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SHORTS & CHURCHBELLS
SHORTS & CHURCHBELLS
The Underworld
(self-financed)
18:41min

The Swiss Death / Thrash band with the silly name was founded in 1999, their first MCD "Rise Up Your Soul" was released in 2001 and received very positive reactions. Now SHORTS & CHURCHBELLS second MCD "The Underworld" containing six new songs is available and offers well-crafted thrashing Metal with a vocal mix of raw Hardcore shouts and Death Metal growls that I personally did not like that much, it is a bit monotonous. Musically the four guys are definitely better, straight into your face Thrash with a couple of cool riffs, lots of drive and energy. I guess that SHORTS & CHURCHBELLS kick serious ass on stage, because their stuff is absolutely perfect for live gigs. Check them out, if you like Metal that does not take itself too serious! Surf to www.sac-metal.ch to find out more about this act.

Stefan Franke

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