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Homicide Black

by Homicide Black

Classic metal with a fresh coat of paint, for those who like bands like Black Sabbath, Dio, and similar artists.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Hadean
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2. Spirits Of The Dead
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3. Sinner Or Saint
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4. The Tower
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5. Church On The Hill
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6. Fairies Wear Boots
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7. Fight
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8. Serpents Dance
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9. Waiting
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10. Wheel Of Time
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11. Well Of Souls
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From the kingdom of Hell, a new earth begins, from chaos and turmoil, the new world is released…

As the phoenix rises from the ashes, so does Homicide Black. A continuum of three, with a roar of thousands. Thousands who had long thought the time of metal, passion and raw aggression had given way to the polished, the pristine, the safe, and the benign. With strong roots and a singular mission, the members of Homicide Black emerge from a musical wasteland to bring metal to a new generation and to revive the generation that was left for dead.
Paying homage to their musical roots, Homicide Black conjures images of darkness, despair and salvation (not always in that order), telling epic tales with some songs while delivering a straightforward onslaught of crushing metal with others. The music is truly brought to life during the band’s blistering live performances that include tributes to the metal gods designed to engage the audience and introduce metal’s rich history to new fans as well as reacquainting it with those who have waited far too long for their music to return to the epic stature it once had.
Each member is a multi-instrumentalist, allowing for a truly organic writing process which is evident in the material on the band’s self-titled debut. From the dark imagery that sets the stage for “Spirits of the Dead,” “Sinner or Saint” and “Church on the Hill," to the tragedies that unfold in “The Tower” and “Well of Souls," Homicide Black brings to life a new dawn of metal and the drive to bring it to the metal-starved masses.


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