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Ben and Mark’s dueling guitars are the nucleus of each track, being utterly tight and really fluent throughout, and they have little trouble dishing out one superb solo after another.
Dougie and Grant help get the juices flowing with catchy, energetic booming rhythms that, when hitting the mark, seriously pack a punch, while the melodies are carried by Mark’s vivid vocal work.
An awesome assault on the senses that is an ideal introduction to a cracking band who could potentially lead the charge as one of the faces of Scottish metal in the coming years.
Die This Day, Speed Demon
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