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  1. Kakora

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    The Inalienable Dreamless by Discordance Axis, released 13 August 1. Castration Rite 2. The Inalienable Dreamless 3. Sound Out the Braille 4. Oratorio in Grey 5. Vacuum Sleeve 6. Angel Present 7. The Necropolitan 8. Pattern Blue 9. The End of Rebirth Loveless Radiant Arkham Use of Weapons Compiling Autumn Jigsaw
  2. Kigalrajas

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    RIVER OF SNAKES – Black Noise (Bad Fidelity) WE SAID: What is it about Australians and guitars? Put a six-string in the hands of a rock musician living Down Under and magic happens – dirty, grimy magic, most likely, but magic nonetheless. So it goes with Melbourne power trio River of Snakes.
  3. Kazrabei

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    The 12+ minute opening track ("Black River") strikes a more grandiloquent tone than even the most epic of Rush songs. There is a dramatic, even operatic factor at work here. The songs all fit into a coherent concept storyline. Rush has done album sides (, Hemispheres) but never a sustained storyline of this scope and magnitude.
  4. Nerr

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    Black Noise revels in gritty guitar glory, with Sanchez straddling the divide between psychedelic lyricism and filthy sewer grate noise, supported by the thrumming stability of bassist Elissa Rose and drummer Glenn Evans. Mind you, we’re not talking about free-form AmRep guitar scree here (except for the symphonic feedback coda of “Separation Anxiety”).
  5. Tokasa

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    The albums should be notable, which is defined as significant coverage from reliable sources that are independent of the subject. For additional information about bands formed, reformed, disbanded, or on hiatus, for deaths of musicians, and for links to musical awards, see in music.
  6. Zologis

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    cliche, O's great like the lake So she pon'd the river her way of doing the snake Jamaican God, make a true playa break Say it ain't so, ya truth is fate Golfers Lewis Black.
  7. Mejora

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    Now they have finished working on their debut album “BLACK NOISE” a monster, recorded over a period of two and a half years and in three locations. The album became a true labour of love for the band. It showcases some of the sonic experimentation with feedback and fuzz that has made them such a .
  8. Zulkikora

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    Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album Comes in a awesome 3 panel gatefold card case with art work by Lluis Fuzzhound, Elissa Rose and Raul Sanchez. Includes unlimited streaming of Black Noise (Album) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
  9. Gazahn

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    Tecumseh's War by Pan-Amerikan Native Front, released 11 October 1. Woodlands Warfare 2. Indigenous Blood Revival 3. Raising the War Club 4. Tenskwatawa 5. Tecumseh's Confederacy 6. Anti-Expansionist Diplomacy 7. Battle of the Thames 8. Panther in the Sky.

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