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21-04-2007 09:11 AM
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23-03-2007 10:27 PM
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I DEF I - Blood casualty

A metallic maelstrom with track after track of unbelievable volume, energy and power, surging vocals that stand astride the metallic storm of bludgeoning guitars and bone breaking drums. Riddled with volumate bass lines and twenty squealing spped guitars, there is no let up from the surging noise of Tsunami metal. This mini album 'bloodlust casualty' leaves casualties spluttered all over the place with six tracks and close to 25 minutes of mayhem, this is one album not to be missed. The title track 'Bloodlust Casualty' is one that is going to be played at any metal show by the resident DJ's for its ability to make the blood course, closely followed by the screaming 'The last element of doubt' track 5 which has the ability to rip through your skull but provides moments to sharp your beer before making it explode in sparkling spew. A magnificent shiny plastic disc!

Chris Maher - Vocals
Kev Gaffney - Bass
Tom Clements - Guitar
Carl Sharrocks Drums

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