Death by Pleasure | Waited, Wasted

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Waited, Wasted

by Death by Pleasure

Try to imagine the distortion of a rock'n'roll chainsaw. During the 15 minutes of "Waited, Wasted" the broadsides go straight in the face and there's no protective mask to save you. Garage, lo-fi, punk attitude and psychedelic shoegaze.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Spontaneous Combustion
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2. Points of View
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3. Shy, Shine
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4. Find a Fire That Burns
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5. Waiting, Wasting
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Death by Pleasure born in the north side of Italy, in the middle of the mountains of Trento, in the year 2009.
The band has been founded by Mirko Marconi (voice and guitar) and Marco Ricci (drums and electronics). The guys, the next year,
will be togheter in Casa del Mirto's project (Mashhh! Records).
The first full lenght album of Death by Pleasure has been released by Mashhh! Records in 2010, it was good received all over
Europe with a bunch of positive review.
After a stop of one year, the band rises to a new life with a new drummer: Lorenzo Longhi, member of the band Fango (Go Down Records).
The renewed line up developes a brand new rough sound, emotional and powerful at the same time.
In the 2012 the band releases the new ep "Waited, Wasted" in cooperation with Mashhh! Records.
Six new tracks, Six crazy shrapnel; a one-way trip to the edge of rock'n'roll 3.0.


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