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3.61 | 71 ratings

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4 stars What a hex ...

This album is great because of its various styles from Art Rock up to Heavy Rock. There are many references to wellknown bands - you can discover Black Sabbath ('Madhatter', 'Pain killers'), Pink Floyd ('Bats in the Belfry II') or Beatles ('Rock & Roll contract').

But it really begins to evolve with track No. 4 by developing their own style. 'Falling bombs', 'Black Moth', 'Burning Bridges' and 'Bats in the Belfry I' is pure Art Rock at its best!

I don't know how long this will be possible: you can download the tracks for FREE from their homepage ...

Rivertree | 4/5 |


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