With this record I have to try it the other way round: It is NOT Death/Black/Thrash/Speed Metal, Gothic or Grindcore... What is left was mixed by the foursome from Poland to an extraordinary debut album which is very difficult to categorize. Well, there are elements of Rock, Hardrock, progressive and melodic Metal, united with grooving, ... more/mehr
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Two years ago, the guys of MFC decided that there was no rock music in Würzburg, and they decided to do something about it. With „And now the good news“ they present their second album, which comes across as good humoured and playful. Less glam than on their first album, with instead of that more rock of all kinds, that catches ... more/mehr
Mourning For Tomorrow
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Friends of broad sound-spectrums, psychedelic, doomy and experimental music with Hardcore-influences, lend me your ears! In case you feel like this might be something for you, you could as well, head over to the band´s MySpace page and check out some tunes, instead of reading the complete review, because you will like it.
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5 Ways To Illuminate Silence
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