"Symbols" by The Rite Of Trio

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Getting All The Evil Of The Piston Collar!
By The Rite Of Trio


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Fiona's Comments

Some collars get a little grease or lipstick...stands to reason there will be a little evil piston somewhere...we can hope. Hitting the high notes of death metal in a disturbingly classical way. #wondersandsigns

About the Album

Full album review here: André Bastos Silva: guitar, rosetta stone; Filipe Louro: double bass, tunnel vision; Pedro Melo Alves: drums, gyroscopes; Nuno Mendes: fx solo; Gon: demigod vocals; Beatriz Nunes: vocals.

Date featured

October 6, 2016

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