Doom of Babylon | Ashes Like Oxygen - EP

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Ashes Like Oxygen - EP

by Doom of Babylon

Debut album haling from Seattle, where this band is by far one of the heaviest and most talented group of kids in the music scene. From blistering guitar solos to ridiculous breakdowns, this EP is sure to widen some eyes.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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1. The Advocate
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2. Ashes Like Oxygen
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3. Desolation
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4. Our Darkest Hour
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5. Sound Of Tragedy
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6. Song Six
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Hailing from the Seattle metal scene, member of Doom of Babylon have been called the "Beethoven's of Deathcore". Their debut EP "Ashes Like Oxygen" (Recorded and produced by Jared Dines of They Charge Like Warriors) is merely an introduction to their hopeful legacies as musicians. Having only played their instruments for less than four years, they are striving to be the best musicians they can be, and write the most brutally entertaining music possible. "Ashes Like Oxygen" showcases their talent: crazy guitar solos, complex rhythm couple with beautiful riffs and melody, speedy double bass and insane breakdowns.

Caleb Armstrong-16-Drums
Joey Hancock-16-Guitars/Bass/Breakdown Vocals
Ryan Whatley-18-Vocals


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Contains insanely good breakdowns, the vocal work is amazing, the double bass is amazing, recommend buying it, it's an amazing album.