There are still nice surprises, even if bands go back to their roots to create an album with great attention to detail. The bawdy threesome plays Death- Metal with appropriate Hardcore- Clichés. With “Enemy Mine” the Americans show, that they know how to combine super melodic riffing with baroque assets.
As to say, they create ... more/mehr
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The Afterman: Ascension
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Coilguns The first band hails from La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland: ... more/mehr
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Lies About Ourselves
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