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Bloody Hammers

by Bloody Hammers

Bloody Hammers’ full length debut ‘Bloody Hammers’ is an explosion of heavy sound and infectious melodies.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Witch of Endor
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2. Fear No Evil
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3. The Last Legion of Sorrow
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4. Say Goodbye to the Sun
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5. The Witching Hour
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6. Black Magic
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7. Trisect
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8. Beyond the Door
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9. Souls On Fire
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10. Don't Breathe a Word
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Album Notes
Bloody Hammers’ full length debut ‘Bloody Hammers’ is an explosion of heavy sound and infectious melodies. Propelled by singer Anders Manga’s captivatingly melodic vocals, ‘Bloody Hammers’ is a psych/hard rock/horror fan’s dream come true---a strong display of dooming riffs, crooning to soaring vocals and driving grooves. ‘Bloody Hammers’ is an addictive album with a retro edge that appeals to both the Nick Cave and the Black Sabbath sides of the brain. This is an absolute must-have for fans of the southern USA metal and dark hard rock scenes."


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Chet Robin

The Masterlords of Doom
This bands really did it up right!I heard Witch of Endor and dug it so I bought it, Then I hears snipits of the other cuts and bought THE WHOLE ALBUM!! I don't buy WHOLE ALBUMS!!! This band slays the dragon! Work it out! I hope they tour soon so I can get my DOOM on! This genre' is really bringing out some superstar bands! 2013 is the year of the DOOM!!! Bloody Hammers, Orchid, Graveyard, Trouble! I see the future and the future is DOOM!