It seems like good bands are bred like eggs in Norway. ’98 has been the year to spawn a lot of bands that tried to sound like 88 but never made it. Tiebreak must have listened to a couple of records from that era as well, but forgot all about it because they sound kinda different. More on the classical HC tip these dudes bring in a taste of aggression to the music which fits. Innovative songs mix with a singer that dose luckily not go along with the guitar lines. The sound supports the music and helps create a picture that lets you understand that there is more to old skool than just three chords.
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