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Murder Mile - Debut EP - Murder Mile Hard Core



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Murder Mile are a thrash hardcore crossover band from the UK, who have recently released their vexed new EP, titled Murder Mile Hard Core, which sums up the offering brilliantly..

Opening track, ‘Brass Knuckles’ is a heavy slab of old school hardcore with modern thrash elements! It packs a punch with its colossal speed, belligerent screams, top class riffage and shredding solo, to add extra depth, showcasing their blend of angry at the world metal in style!

‘Burn The Hag’ offers no respite in this brutal assault of dark catchy riffs – although the tempo is slower than first offering it is still hot as hell metal.

‘Deathwish’ has a melodic more mellow intro, but this doesn’t last long! It features effective gang chants, in what is the most infectious track so far with many a head banging moment!

‘Devils’ displays some well-crafted instrumental sections, especially with tuneful riffs and breakdowns in this manic frenzied short lived explosion!

So we come to the end with, ‘Fall’ which keeps up the fast paced momentum seen throughout. Again we are treated to some melodic fierce chants in the chorus, along with nasty dark chugging guitars, fast drums, and some of the best vocal screams, ending in an unforgettable fashion, with them going out with all they have got and more!

This is one angry son of a bitch that you need to take notice off. It will get you riled up and trample all over you in the greatest sense with their no nonsense enraged thrash metal!


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