Shevils – Shivers

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Having a soft spot for a band, as we have with Norwegian hardcore protagonists Shevils, can also mean that demands and the want to be impressed comes with greater force and an intensity which can be unfair. For others it might be a stumble waiting to happen over which the artist has no control but with the Oslo quartet it seems to be a challenge they bound over with ease. The release of their new single Shivers finds the band once again chaining hooks and contagion into a fiery roar of sound and passion whilst taking another leap in potency and irresistible enterprise.

Formed in 2011, Shevils took little time in drawing enthused attention and acclaim through singles such as Is This To be (Our Lives)? and debut album The Year Of The Fly, both in the year of their founding. The Necropolis EP a year later widened that attention across the globe but it was the impressive second album Lost In Tartarus which reinforced and pushed the band to a new plateau in not only sound but also critical acclaim. The foursome of vocalist Anders Voldrønning, guitarists Christoffer Gaarder and Andreas Myrvold, and drummer Anders Emil Rønning have reaped the triumph of their last full-length and blossomed it into an even more raucously scintillating exploit with Shivers. Shevils_Shivers_300dpi-1024x1024Shevils ascent has been unabated so far and the new track definitely adds further fuel to their impressive emergence.

The band waste no seconds teasing or coaxing in the listener, Shivers exploding into life as instruments and vocals cast a ferocious blaze on the ears. Just as little time is taken before riffs and hooks line the senses next, both jabbing and infesting the imagination and appetite with a punk brewed rampancy aligned to the outstanding vocals of Voldrønning assisted by the band’s mass calls. This is something which the band has shown for a while that they are skilfully adept at, casting bait which rhythmically, vocally, and sonically makes for an inescapable anthemic toxicity, but it is the ingenious twists and inventiveness of their songwriting and creative tenacity which sets them apart and enslaves once again in the single. Guitars carve out intrigue soaked turns throughout the furious charge of the track whilst the bass adds its own carnivorous throat and endeavour to the hostile beats and vintage punk clad onslaught.

Shivers is exceptional, the best song we would suggest to come out of the creative drama and fury which fires the music and adventure of Shevils. If the single is the sign of things to come from their next album scheduled for early next year, then we will have even more horizons of scintillating storms to come.

Shivers is available now @ https://soundcloud.com/shevils/shivers

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10/10

Ringmaster 15/08/2014

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The Karma Party – Illumination EP

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Last year The Karma Party unleashed one of the most thrilling confrontational propositions with the Dark Matters EP and now they return with another voraciously captivating and antagonistic incitement in the shape of the Illumination EP. Continuing the ferocious blend of punk, dub, and hardcore infused with plenty more invigorating flavours, which marked out their last release as an essential moment of 2013, the UK quintet has honed their ‘punk-step’ incitement into an even more inventive and evocative adventure. Without losing the snarl and bite of their politically charged lyrical intent, there is a new maturity and exploration within their songwriting and sound as evidenced on the new EP, an evolution which again results in an irresistible stirring up of thoughts and emotions.

Hailing from Blackpool, The Karma Party as mentioned made a potent and imposingly striking introduction with Dark Matters last year, surrounding and following it with a live presence which was as much a lure to the passions of fans as their release. Touring extensively with bands such as Random Hand, Dirty Revolution, and Jaya the Cat, the band in between EPs additionally recruited guitarist James Routh, also the bassist for Sonic Boom Six, into the line-up of vocalist Marc ‘Merc ‘ Walker, guitarist Liam Carroll, bassist Dave Cowley, and drummer Luke Hesketh. Now The Karma Party as expected go for the jugular with their new release, a commanding encounter which sets ears aflame, thoughts provoked, and passions stirred.

Opening track World War instantly proves the band has lost none of its antagonistic prowess musically and lyrically, emerging from distant scenery with electro enticing it erupts into a muscular imposing of jarring rhythms and jagged TKP Illumination 1500x1500riffs entwined with sonic grooves. Shards of electronic expulsions litter the growing landscape of the song all the time whilst the vocals of Walker and the band prowl with provocative intent across the brooding drama. It is not as dramatic an entrance as you might surmise but a severely compelling one which soon adds extra seduction through the smooth croon of Walker before unleashing a sinew clad bounce of contagiousness for the chorus. There is an edge of King Prawn to the track once into its full stride as well as the insatiable revelry of Sonic Boom Six which maybe was inevitable with Routh producing the DIY release, but also a rawness which adds an extra lacing of causticity and attitude. The song continues to engage ears with shifting invention and thoughts with its firm yet not preachy lyrical narrative for a thoroughly captivating and potent start to the release.

It is a beginning soon taken to another level with the following Under Surveillance. A track which carries an air of Asian Dub Foundation from around their Punkara album, it opens with a delicious carnival like tease of sound which is soon stomping with contentious resourcefulness and devilry. It is a mesmeric introduction enhanced by the riveting throaty sound of Cowley’s bass. Into its keen punchy stride, the song stalks and inspires the imagination addictively, vocals pushing the honest narrative whilst guitars and keys create a web of infectious mischief and commanding intimidation which like the emerging invention simply ignites the senses. Easily one of the most imaginatively virulent persuasions to come along this year, the track steals the passions with ease.

Democracy offers its own belligerent sound and scathing vocal incitement next, the track as raw as it is adversarial. From a relatively underwhelming start, compared to its predecessors anyway with the production less sharp than elsewhere especially around the vocals, the track brews up a punk bred endeavour which soon takes its own specific slice of the emotions. Riffs and hooks almost taunt with their temptation whilst keys and melodies bring a toxicity which flourishes within the punk challenge and a subsequent dub- step enterprise. It is a strong and rigorously convincing track but one which feels pale against the previous tracks and the next up End of an Empire. With a ska seeded jangle of riffs and pungently probing swipes of rhythms aligned to thought challenging vocals, the track toys with band harmonies and floating melodies from the keys to impressive effect before building a climax which fires up the senses with agitated energy and sonic vivacity.

The EP is closed by its title track, arguably the most boldly inventive song on the encounter. Piano and vocals with reflective expression and melodic balladry open up the track before growing a bloom of energetic pop infused incitement which is as catchy as it is surprising. The track reminds of now demised band Dead Til Friday who themselves crafted a spellbinding melodic seduction of a song which startled from the band’s more expected direction. The Karma Party though is not a band to let the listener settle easily, turning the elegant poise and magnetic suasion of their song into a fury driven rabidity to match the attack of the lyrical side of the track. With metallic riffs and badgering beats crowding ears as forcibly as the vocals, the song is a dramatic treat which until its last breath persists in wrong footing and exciting its recipient.

It is a strong and potential loaded shift in the band’s sound, and one which probably takes a little longer to tightly grip than the songs which raged in first release. But with a striking boldness to their growing invention and that ridiculously captivating flair The Karma Party has for igniting everything from ears to feet, imagination to emotions, Illumination is another excuse to hail its creators as one of the UK’s seriously impressive and exciting bands.

Illumination EP is available now digitally @ https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/id904057478 and physically @ http://thekarmaparty.bigcartel.com/

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8.5/10

RingMaster 12/08/2014

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Keitzer – The Last Defence

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The saying goes that Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned but if the Devil wants to give her a run for her money then he could not no worse than call on German metallers Keitzer. The band has never been slow in unleashing scourges of sonic spite and brutal confrontation but they have unlocked a new vat of hostility with latest album The Last Defence. The bands fifth full-length is as ferocious as it gets; a furnace of vitriol and blast beats which leave ears and senses floundering in their own waste but within the torrential downpour the band seduces with some of the most viciously tempting grooves. The 1999 formed Keizter and album are as pissed as they can be, showing time can only intensify sonic grievances as proven by this juggernaut of contagious mayhem, an assault leaving deep bruises and open satisfaction.

The follow-up to its successful predecessor Descend Into Heresy of 2011, the FDA Rekotz released The Last Defence takes no prisoners as it treats them to some not admittedly ground-breaking but voraciously vindictive and equally rewarding metal. The album’s press release suggests it lies somewhere within the assaults of Misery Index, Marduk, and early Deicide, something you cannot dispute or want to as it definitely gives a potent hint as what Keitzer has in store within the Jörg Uken mixed and mastered hostility. From opener Bellum Indicere, an introductory instrumental, the album boils up and over with the cruellest sounds and intent available to its creators. The first track brings an atmospheric storm to bear on the senses, a controlled but tempestuous climate of sonic and rhythmic incitement which provides a fiery but kind introduction before the savage ravaging of Exist To Destroy. Ears and senses are thrust into a brawling maelstrom of sound and intensity straight away, the guitars of Nicolai Hinse and Michael Dölle squalling with all the respect of a sandstorm as the rhythmic ferocity of drummer Tim Terhechte violates air and body. Driven by the excellently malicious and varied vocal enmity of Christian Silva Chaco the second track is an incessant conflict but also the source of a rich acidic groove.

There is no respite from the furnace of sound and aggressive with This Is The Only Solution, its body of vindictiveness in sound and lyrical bitterness devoid of mercy but virulent with grinding torrents of riffs, debilitating rhythms, KEITZER_cover_WWWand vocal causticity. Unveiling a hardcore seeded rabidity to its breath and an irresistible heavily footed groove from bassist Simon Venig, the track twists and flays around with a dervish like fanaticism, those hook lined grooves bringing even more potency to a lure which is intensified in the next up Forever War. Its opening melodic enticement is soaked in intrigue and mystique, a coaxing hinting at a valiant emprise ahead. What erupts is an avalanche of precise yet insatiably hungry drum provocation and flesh flailing riffery within further scorched grooving. In some ways what emerges is underwhelming from the song’s delicious start but those disappointments are soon smothered by and lost within the barbarous intensity and heart of the track, though it does fail to ignite ears and emotions as fully as its predecessors.

   Marching Forward To Victory is another which seems to lack the spark and irresistible bait of other engagements, but it still offers a wall of jaundiced passion and accomplished violence to keep attention locked in and cowering under its punishment before the outstanding title track triggers another lustful hunger. The carnivorous grumble of the bass is ferociously addictive bait but as with most songs to be honest, it is the swarming of grooves with their waspish tenacity and virulent toxicity which sear the sweet spot. The track continues to destroy and seduce with its shifting landscape of rapacious melodic relentlessness but never loses its core of repetitive and addictive bad blood.

The album continues to impress and uncage its ruinous appeal aligned to sheer pungent loathing, the likes of the bestial Next Offensive with its twist of heavy almost stoner seeded hate bred grooves, the similarly predatory We Are The Serpents Of Doom, and the pestilential Fleshcrawl in varying degrees leaving ears ringing and passions basking. The third of the trio especially teases and exploits the imagination, its corrosive opening moving into primal seduction with salacious grooves of wanton designs within a rhythmic battering which only takes a slight breath in its steely intent to suck air in for the next up Todgeweiht. The track is a minute and a handful of seconds of raw brutality and sadistic rhythmic suasion but still lines its wrath with an admittedly slight but nonetheless persuasive groove.

The album ends on a horde of triumphs starting with Glorious Dead; to some extent the release holding back its best for the closing stretch. The track is a jubilant waltz of decay and pestilence, its swinging gait and grooved revelry a contrast to the rancid attitude of the beats and bass incitement, as well as the song’s subsequent stalking of the senses. It is a riveting and thrilling assassination of emotions which is equalled in quality and intent by Ausgelöscht, the track as malignant as it is urgent as it tears the senses apart for the intimidating but seductive corrosive grooves which follow. It is a masterful annihilation of the psyche left in the shade of the best track on the album Crusade. Its title reflects its sound and purpose, a heroic air and stature wrapping the riffs and ear caging rhythms. This eventually parts though for the inevitable uncontrollable expulsion of inhospitable and frantic enticement though it never loses its touch on the song as it reassert its dramatic, hostility driven majesty time and time again.

The album closes with the tension drenched animosity of …Before Annihilation, though it has to be said that its title is a bit late, the destruction and blood-letting having been and not exactly gone but done its worst by the time of this final exhilarating violation. It is a great end to an exhaustingly exciting release, which probably you can say is not unleashing a new bloodshed or aural corruption but certainly delivering it in a style and inventive ferocity to rigorously enjoy being pulverised by.

The Last Defence is available via FDA Rekotz now on download and CD with Black Vinyl and Ltd Edition red vinyl versions available through 7Degrees Records and @ http://keitzer.bandcamp.com/album/the-last-defence

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8.5/10

RingMaster 18/07/2014

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‘GENERATION GRAVEYARD’ are Lonewolves, on 21st July‏

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LONDON NOISE CHIEFS GENERATION GRAVEYARD RELEASE DEBUT EP!

 

Hotly-tipped UK metal punks ‘Generation Graveyard’ are poised to break out to the nation with their blistering new EP ‘Lonewolves’, which hits stores on Monday 21st July.

Inspired by urban isolation, an outcast lifestyle and social upheaval, Generation Graveyard are candid and straightforward, refusing to bite their tongues and be pigeon-holed. With a vast cross-section of influences stemming from hardcore, old school rock n roll, black metal and crust delivered with a vicious punk venom, Generation Graveyard have established themselves as the antithesis to the UK music’s current alternative scene.

 

Conceived at the end of 2009 and hailing from London, Generation Graveyard are 100% committed to the execution and creation of their craft. Through widespread gigging and intense rehearsing, the rising five-some have finely tuned their live show, which has led to them being selected for support slots with names such as The Misfits, Anti-Nowhere League, The 69 Eyes, Breed77, Black Breath, Viking Skull, Warrior Soul and The Defiled. The Londoners have also recently successfully supported Breed77 on their full UK tour.

 

Now the stage is set for the lively noiseniks to firmly stamp their mark on the UK scene and they have the ammunition in the shape of their new EP ‘Lonewolves’. The record bursts out of the blocks with the pounding openings of ‘Abominate/Desolate’ which goes right for the jugular and it’s a real introduction to what’s ahead. The blistering punk rock fury of ‘Human Hive’ is next up, as it attacks your senses at breakneck speed. The stout ballsy vigour of ‘The Empty’ continues in supreme vein before the vibe shifts with the industrial guile of ‘Deletist’. The record closes with the anthemic and down-right fantastical ‘Lonewolves’. Miss this band at your peril!

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Eleanora – EP

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Fresh from their impressive appearance on a 10” vinyl split with Amenra this past April, Belgium quintet Eleanora unleash their own provocation simply called EP. Comprising two of the fiercest, sonically disabling, passion drenched incitements possible, the release reinforces an already feisty buzz around the band whilst unleashing another healthily gripping onslaught of their emerging might. It is raw and uncompromising, a voracious intrusion from the Ghent band’s inspiring recipe crafted from intensive sludge and hostile hardcore, and though not the easiest of listens undoubtedly an experience which leaves an invigorating impression.

Consisting of Mathieu Joyeux, Jeroen De Coster, Christophe De Ridder, Stijn Witdouck, and Robin Broché, Eleanora boils up a rage which has plenty to satisfy the wants of fans to the likes of the aforementioned Amenra and Amera through to others such as Converge, Botch, and Isis. Fifteen maelstrom driven minutes across two tracks, their release is prime lyrical and sonic causticity starting with the outstanding Mammon. From within a sonic veil which intensifies with swift hunger, guitars and vocals roar to score ears and graze senses. It is a brutal entrance driven by fearsomely antagonistic rhythms and quickly established acidic grooves which inflame the imagination and emotions. It is a tempestuous enticement but one with virulence pouring from every aspect of its bait, riffs and vocals a scourge upon the senses and the evocative grooving an ungracious but compelling seducing. As expected venom and bile oozes from the provocation, indeed flowing profusely from the vitriolic vocal squalls as syllables and raw passion burn with every outpouring. It is the hooks and grooves though which set the track apart, their similarly malicious intent and potency a tempering and psyche colouring temptation to the sonic and rhythmic violence. It is a tremendous fury and almost alone makes Eleanor a protagonist destined to be under eager scrutiny.

The second song on the release is Amenable, an equally bruising and breath-quenching assault. Its abrasing start flickers with sonic flames and portentous rhythms smothered in the heavy dark tones of bass. It makes for a dramatic and thickly emotive introduction which permeates ears and pores with a doom bred, sludge fuelled oppressiveness. Though not as enslaving and addictively attractive as its predecessor, the track instantly captivates the imagination and provides a torturous canvas for its ideation and invention to colour. A nagging repetitious crawl emerges early on too, its immoveable persistence adding to the tenacious enmity soaking every note and scathing vocal sprawl smothering the listener. Funereal in gait and ravenous in intent, the track is a masterful hypnotic persuasion, a pestilential predator bringing the EP to an impressive conclusion.

The release is sure to bring a new impetus and hunger to the acclaim already gathering around Eleanora and take the band into a sharper focused spotlight. It is early days but easy to predict that this is a band set to bring a new fire and appetite to [post] hardcore inspired intensive sludge rock/metal.

The Eleanora EP is available via Consouling Sounds and @ http://eleanoramusic.bandcamp.com/album/ep

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8.5/10

RingMaster 20/06/2014

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Hashed Out – Self Titled EP

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Featuring members experienced in their craft from playing with bands such as Barn Burner, Bionic, Mi Amore, Fifth Hour Hero, Black Ships, The Forum, Dig It Up, Prevenge and more, Canadian hardcore band Hashed Out has made an immediate impression in their home city since forming last year. They have earned a potent following through their live shows and support slots with bigger touring bands hitting up Montreal, as well as their accomplished and refreshingly striking sound. As evidenced by their debut self-titled EP, theirs is a presence which takes no prisoners and holds no rein on its aggressive intent but equally comes with an invention and creative maturity which can only ignite the imagination. The six-track bruising is a formidable and stirring introduction to a band destined to make a strong name for itself in the punk world if they exploit the potential soaking the EP.

Band and release makes an indelible mark on thoughts instantly with opener Spent Shell. Riffs career dangerously through the ears from guitarists Jean Bélanger and Kevin Keegan to rile and inflame the senses straight away whilst drummer Taylor Freund tenderises their balance with heavily loaded swipes which are as angry as they are resourceful. The initial fury takes a breather for a few seconds before igniting again with a predatory charge led by the raw vocals of Alex Cartier. It is an incendiary incitement which has thoughts and emotions wide awake along with a swiftly keen appetite for the band’s offerings. With the dark throated intrusive bass of Mathieu Guilbault prowling and leaping at ears within the tempest, it is a full and rounded ferocity unleashed but one with a clarity and understanding of antagonistic pressure. Across its three minutes plus, the track twists and turns in gait and strength of hostility, a crust/metallic essence as potent and descriptive as the hardcore blood surging through its veins.

The strong start is immediately matched by the voracious Maniac, a carnivorous plea and emotive declaration riding a pestilential prowl ODT-021 Cover Artof sound complete with short grooves and infectious hooks. Barely two minutes in length it is a rigorous temptation pushing and challenging the senses whilst the great backing vocals of the string manipulators adds extra weight to both the examination and seducing of ears. The song is a step on from the first and that ascent is continued by the masterful Your Holiness. From its first breath rhythms resonate through bone and ears with their dulled but vengeful punches whilst around them sonic squalls of guitar aligned to scarring riffs make a magnetic attention grabbing contribution. Evolving from a relatively urgent start into a crawling rapacious doomy scourge, the track is an honest incitement which ends in a fiery climax instigated by an excellent bass trigger from Guilbault.

The ferocious tsunami of passionate spite and sonic causticity that is Total Bore is a glorious roar and provocation which again pushes the levels up another step. The track merges essences of grind and crust into its malevolent rabidity but again there is a veining of hooks and contagious lures which in its mere one minute plus, forges and scores out a new pinnacle for the release.

Dust Mites ambles menacingly in next, rhythms and heavily groaning riffs a hypnotic coaxing from the first moment which intimidates whilst simultaneously seducing a fuller recruitment of ears and imagination. Once more a song on the release is stalking the listener, skirting and crowding emotions with an intense evocation of sound, and again it is the prelude to a ravenous rampage of compelling punk bred tenacity.

The release is completed by To The Wolves, a concussive onslaught which employs just as debilitating and thoroughly captivating winding strands of sonic enterprise and highly inventive unpredictable twists of design to ignite the passions. It is a glorious end to an outstanding debut, the song continuing the tendency of the release to get stronger and more impressive which each subsequent song.

With essences of bands such as Catharsis, Eyehategod, and Black Flag flavouring their sound it is fair to say that Hashed Out is not quite yet a wholly unique proposition but that is the only issue if it can be even classed as such. Their EP is tremendous and the first call of a band certain to provide a mighty presence and have certain success ahead.

The Hashed Out EP is available as a single-sided 12″ on L’Œil du tigre and digitally at http://hashedout.bandcamp.com/album/hashed-out-ep now!

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9/10

RingMaster 11/06/2014

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Ruins/Usnea – Split 7”

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Expressing the wish a couple of weeks back for split releases to become more common place than they seemed to be, Halo of Flies Records look like taking on the mantel. Not that it has anything to do with our musing of course, the label has been unleashing impressing splits for a while now and succeed again in turning our senses and passions on their head with the new Ruins/Usnea 7”.Consisting of two distinctly different tracks but ones united in their oppression intensity and weight, the release welcomingly opens up senses and emotions to two bands which until this point had only been a name.

German band Ruins is the first protagonist on the release with their track Discrimen. Hailing from Bielefeld, the band create an abrasive incitement from the challenging essences of punk, dbeat, and hardcore, a proposition which on the evidence of their song here is as voracious and antagonistic as it is hypnotically enslaving. The track begins with a lone scarring graze of guitar, its dissident voice flirted with by additional sonic whispers before hostile beats joins the incitement along with a deliciously carnivorous grizzly bass line. It is an insatiably compelling entrance which continues to taunt and stalk the senses as the track expands into a blaze of creative hostility and rapacious enterprise. The vocals are as raw and caustic as the track, challenging and provoking with spitefulness which is tempered by the more adventurous intent of the music. It is a strong incendiary mix, a spark for the passions which ignites into a brighter flame as feisty animosity and an increasingly urgent stride bears down on ears. There is a destructive brief to Discrimen especially vocally and rhythmically but also an appetite to push itself and the listener into a creative vivacity which helps shape a strong song into a mouthwatering and thrilling agonist.

Only The End Of The World from US funeral doomers Usnea is a very different intrusion but a matching fit in weight and corrosive intensity to the Ruins offering. Formed in 2011, the Portland quartet leaves no part of the psyche unaffected with its oppressive violation. A low key beckoning lasts mere seconds before Only The End Of The World opens up its cavernous emotional torment and consumptive depths. Guitars provide a sonic guide through the savage textures of bass and vocals whilst rhythms slowly stalk the expanding scenery, every swipe a rancorous bestial provocation. There is no escape from the sufferance and intensity of the pit bred despair soaking every note and raging caustic vocal squall drenched in inescapable torment. The track is an immense challenge and emotional chasm to drown within but also an invigorating trigger for the imagination, though be warned thoughts bred may not be as healthy as wished.

Ruins and Usnea come together for a gripping encounter, each with their unique sound impressive as they combine to striking effect. Whether hardcore or doom is your preference, the other band shows they have plenty to offer and in common with that scene to open up a new temptation through this fully recommended split.

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The Ruins/Usnea Split 7” is available now through Halo of Flies Records in the US and Twisted Chords Records in Europe, in 300 clear and 800 black options.

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Ruins track 9/10, Usnea track 8/10, combined 8.5/10

RingMaster 04/06/2014

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