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Ruppthritis

by Ruppthritis

With influences that vary between metal, blues, jazz, and every genre in between Rupp has developed a sound that can't be totally placed in any one category. The debut album will reinvent your perception on heavy music from this past decade.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Ruppthritis
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2. Scat in Mouth Theory
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3. A Certain Look
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4. The Arsonist
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5. Corrupt Age of Hatred (DMF)
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6. Living Lies
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7. Atrophy
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8. What Lies Beyond
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9. Crow Biddy
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10. Ballad
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The debut album is definetely a force to be reckoned with! The sounds are intense, the music is eclectic at times and basic at others but always entertaining. The bass drum drives this album along with shredding guitars, thumping bass and raspy, gritty vocals. Thrash metal anthems like "Scat in Mouth Theory" hone in on the metalhead at heart, while the melodic tones of "Living Lies" please the listener who seek something lighter, where tracks like "Ballad" and "Corrupt Age of Hatred (DMF)" portray the bands sense of humor. As a whole this album is metal with hints of the blues and a lot of soul. Catchy grooves, good beats and great musicianship make this album worth buying. If you are sick of all the cookie cutter, lame sounding copycats look no further. If you want diversity on every track and a little bit of something for everyone buy this album.


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