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|From: Nelson||Date: May 6, 2017 at 21:28|
|Well, I had this submitted here through a friend then I guess I have to comment on this. A definite hair band by their looks. They're from Winterburn, Alberta, Canada. Not really the greatest, especially the vocals. In fact, there was a "Forward March!" intro on Death March and the sound of the vocals was pathetic. Or at least vocalist sounded like a teenager. It also has this guitar solo that will make you say "hey, where did I hear that fast lick before?" From Judas Priest? Ratt? But the guitars are crunchy so if you're into that.... I don't know how much of this was distributed? Probably only during their shows. If you want rare, then this is it. Try finding it. Like what I wrote, not the greatest but I've heard worst like Norway's Sunset Strip (the band). If you want great, then look somewhere else.|
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