Under-Radio | Bad Heir Ways

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Bad Heir Ways

by Under-Radio

features progressive rock/metal with a modern and original twist from Eric Zimmermann's Under-Radio, which also features the rhythm section of Mark Zonder (Fates Warning) and Gregg and Matt Bissonette (David Lee Roth, Joe Satriani)
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Bad Heir Ways
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2. Centerpiece
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3. Noel (The Christmas Truce)
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4. Wedding Song
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5. You Won't See The Blood Until Your...
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6. Cornerstone
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7. Devil's From A Midwest Town
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8. 1916
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9. Build A Monument
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10. Safety in Numbers
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Bad Heir Ways features progressive rock/metal with a modern and original twist from Eric Zimmermann's Under-Radio, which also features the rhythm section of Mark Zonder (Fates Warning) and Gregg and Matt Bissonette (David Lee Roth, Joe Satriani). This CD is the second Under-Radio title, following 2002's self-titled rock/metal adventure. Zimmermann's eclectic musical tastes once again set the tone for the ten tracks, which include one instrumental number ("You Won't See The Blood Until Your Throat Has Been Cut"). In addition to being an accomplished guitarist, songwriter, musician and producer, Zimmermann is also a Grammy-nominated mastering engineer.


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