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Learn more - opens in a new window or tab. Modern Jazz. Watch list is full. The female vocal element manages to come off rather potent as well, though her vocals are just a little lower in the mix than the rest of the instruments.
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Gravecrusher - Morbid Black Oath [CD]. Gravecrusher are a band that obviously pulls their influence from the old school of death metal. Head-melting solos are abundant and crushing. Shop Gravecrusher's Morbid black oath MCD + bonus for sale by osmoseproductions at € on CDandLP - Ref
Worth a shot though.
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Pretty damned promising. It sounded rather sludgy to be honest, with frantic screams bellowing forth from the gelatinous puddle of slime that the band have entrusted with vocal duties. Stoner Rock.
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