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Little Bag Of Feet For Shoes

by Jerseyband

Jerseyband plays Lungcore - A new genre that infuses a horn-driven band with heavy metal values
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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What does a screaming hardcore metal vocalist have in common with a jazz trumpeter? For Jerseyband, it is one in the same. The band's unassuming trumpeter, Brent Madsen intermittently pulls the horn from his lips just long enough to let out his version of an ape on a rampage. One moment, Madsen screams, "Move my carrot!" and the next, your head is spinning because Jerseyband has already exchanged the gates of hell for a jaunt in Peewee's Playhouse. Backed by drums, electric guitar, and guitar synth, Jerseyband's horns (three saxophones and a trumpet) cut through meaty arrangements that shock their audiences into submission. Enthusiasts have compared their sound to Mr. Bungle, Zappa, and Meshuggah but one thing is clear; this band is best categorized under their own genre of horn driven metal called Lungcore.


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VANCON Guillaume

Lungcore or how to mix up gypsy metal and horn.
A short EP full of energy.


The circus band has gone mad, and have made the clown truely smile for the first time in his life; the band have added an e-guitar, and the arangements are more agressive than on "christmasband" . The only neg-thing i can come up with is the playtime; i want more of this music than this EP can deliever .... and, why does an EP have the same price as a full-length CD ?