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Damad

Rise and Fall

Prank 11

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Pounding metallic punk assault, shifting gears between total stop, overdriven hardcore lurch and churning dynamic heaviness. A hybrid trespassing boundaries of punk, metal and rock, yet lyrically remaining punk-rock. Nine song brutal first LP from the Savannah , Georgia Heavy Weights who have gone to Play in KARST and KYLESA.

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1 Addict Arcade  0%
2 Waste  0%
3 Order In Voted #2  33%
4 Second Hand  0%
5 Dementia Voted #3  17%
6 Slip  0%
7 Out Of Control Voted #1  50%
8 Toe Tag  0%
9 II Slow Heal  0%
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Howard from Bethesda, MD 
Oct 7 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Sludgy, stoner crust. It sounds like a much slower His Hero is Gone. The riffs are catchy, without being pop in any way. I'm not sure if the lead vocalist is male or female,and it's difficult to follow along with the lyrics. I like the art style.





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