Limited vinyl LP pressing comes in an inside-out printed gatefold cover and includes sticker and digital download. 2015 release, the long awaited second full-length album from these five punks from Hannover. Signs of devastation contains 10 new songs of raging dispunk/crust that we already know from their first album. Their previous line up had a male/female dual vocal attack but they are down to a single female singer on this record, sounding great with her raspy vocals with some raw backings and choruses. On this record the band have progressed further with better arrangements that work well with their lyrics, somewhere between dark reality and apocalyptic misery.
Limited vinyl LP pressing comes in an inside-out printed gatefold cover and includes sticker and digital download. 2015 release, the long awaited second full-length album from these five punks from Hannover. Signs of devastation contains 10 new songs of raging dispunk/crust that we already know from their first album. Their previous line up had a male/female dual vocal attack but they are down to a single female singer on this record, sounding great with her raspy vocals with some raw backings and choruses. On this record the band have progressed further with better arrangements that work well with their lyrics, somewhere between dark reality and apocalyptic misery.
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Signs Of Devastation [Download Included] (Gate)
Artist: Exilent
Format: Vinyl
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Limited vinyl LP pressing comes in an inside-out printed gatefold cover and includes sticker and digital download. 2015 release, the long awaited second full-length album from these five punks from Hannover. Signs of devastation contains 10 new songs of raging dispunk/crust that we already know from their first album. Their previous line up had a male/female dual vocal attack but they are down to a single female singer on this record, sounding great with her raspy vocals with some raw backings and choruses. On this record the band have progressed further with better arrangements that work well with their lyrics, somewhere between dark reality and apocalyptic misery.