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Trash Talk

Trash Talk

Trash Talk Collective 1

Released on July 29, 2008

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Recorded in just under two days Trash Talk has continued to push the envelope of extreme music. Grinding guitars paired with heavy yet somber bass lines provide the battlefield for harsh dueling vocals to wage war over twelve instant classics.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Hand That Feeds  0%
2 Well Of Souls  0%
3 Birth Plague Die  0%
4 Incarnate  0%
5 I Block  0%
6 Dig  0%
7 Onward And Upward  0%
8 Shame  0%
9 Immaculate Infection  0%
10 All The Kings Men  0%
11 The Mistake  0%
12 Revelation  0%
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Andrew from Hollidaysburg, PA 
Sep 18 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD sounds a lot like Plagues, but a lot of songs are in 3/4 time, which is odd for hardcore, but interesting. Trash Talk incorporates some grind influence into their stuff. I enjoyed it, but pick up Plagues before this one, it's catchier and lasts longer.

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