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Anyone off to see Exodus in Aberdeen tomorrow? If so I strongly recommend catching the support, Thrashist Regime. Really good, well-produced new wave UK thrash, and the frontman's loads of fun. :) And they have songs based on the Spider-Man story Fearful Symmetry and Xcom Enemy Unknown, which is always good.

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Are Architects any good any more? I used to love that band. Nightmares and Ruin were regular listens for me, then they got a bit lame.

 

Makes me reminisce of other Brighton metal bands. Like Johnny Truant...

 

 

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8 hours ago, dam_aks said:

Are Architects any good any more? I used to love that band. Nightmares and Ruin were regular listens for me, then they got a bit lame.

Dude!

 

 

From 0:30 followed by his trademarked "BLEGH". :D

 

Have some more Religicore:

 

 

 

That part from 2:22 on though... 

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Two completely different things:

 

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“‘Aquanaut‘ is a fun tune, it was a main riff I had for awhile; it turned out cool on tape. It’s about being underwater, descending to the depths, looking for a sunken ship and finding your way back. I had Dean Berry from Iron Monkey do the lead guitar – he killed it, as did the other guests on this track – the Subrig Destroyer guys Chris and Joel from Athens, GA. Hope everyone digs the track!”

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The best music video of the week!

 

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