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Опубликовано: 22 авг. 2015 г. Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves. Released on: 2013-02-26. Writer, Composer: Old Wounds. Auto-generated by YouTube.
From Where We Came Is Where We'll Rest.
On From Where We Came. A trio consisting of bassist/vocalist Kevin Iavaroni, guitarist/vocalist Zak Kessler, and drummer Brandon Gallagher, the under-21 crew seek to revitalize the metallic hardcore scene that boomed before their time - but this is no mere retro action, this is pure passion. The days are getting longer, the nights are getting worse!
Old Wounds have finished recording their new album The Suffering Spirit with producer Andreas Magnusson (The Black Dahlia Murder, Born Of Osiris). Drummer Brandon Gallagher said of the upcoming release, which will arrive this summer on Good Fight Music: We just completed the recording of The Suffering Spirit, our second LP. I think this release accurately expresses our growth as a band both musically and emotionally
Old Wounds – From Where We Came Is Where We'll Rest. Label: Glory Kid Records – GKR023. Format: Vinyl, LP, Orange.
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