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TRENDKILLER
TRENDKILLER
Interesting View Of Strange Things
(Edgerunner Music)
46:08min

During the search for the band's website I first found the page of a German band with the same name. But these Trendkillers are a band from Norway. So be careful. There are a lot of Norwegian bands with equal names to German bands out there these days. Also the band seems to be a big fan of Nuclear Blast Records because the cover is very similar to their well known logo. Unfortunately I have no tracklist, but to the music. Trendkiller play harder Hardrock with sometimes a little cup of Doom. That's why a name like Black Sabbath comes to my mind (maybe also because of the cover version of 'Children Of The Grave'). Good songs, well played. A record for the highway. Well done boys! For MP3s and a video check www.trendkillerweb.com.

Stefan Hagmayer

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