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Mudbath's latest cruel sounding blackened sludgy Post-core venture sways and blasts along with a good deal of atmosphere.
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The Last Supper is a traditional doom band which borrow heavily from the hard rock genre (take, for instance, Hellacopters) and thus might be cons...
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