Brave Drum - The Catheters - Howling. It Grows And Grows!!! (CD, Album)
Label: Sub Pop - SPCD 618 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock
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Duthaig Somewhere between the second wave of black metal and modern post-black metal, Duthaig have shaped a unique and innovative sound. The Swiss based band clearly stands out by adding uncanny electronic beats and massive ambient keyboards to driving old school black metal riffs. The result is an aggressive yet melodic and epic form of black metal, reuniting past and present.
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The Catheters formed in in Bellevue, Washington. After switching drummers with another band, the main line-up was formed with Brian Standeford on vocals, Derek Mason on guitar, Dave Brozowski on drums, and Paul Waude on bass. The Catheters was a band who's sound seemed to .
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This album is definitely a product of the times. Shouted verses and choruses, trashy guitars and stomping drums a la The Stooges. While not as immediately satisfying as its predecessor, Static Delusions and Stone-Still Days, this record's kerrang! grows on you, and has aged well.4/5(3).
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