Princess | The Grim Energy - EP

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The Grim Energy - EP

by Princess

May cause injury due to repetitive headbanging...this sounds like Seattle, before grunge was called grunge! --Megan Seling, The Stranger
Genre: Metal/Punk: Post-Hardcore
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1. Harsh Magic
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5:19 $0.99
2. Stories Julian Tells
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3. The Foundry
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4. Sundowner
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5. Remember to Breathe
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6. Let Her Rule
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If you consider yourself to be a fan of music that may cause injury due to repetitive headbanging, be sure to check out Princess's The Grim Energy EP. While listening to the first track, "Harsh Magic," you might think, "This sounds like Seattle, before grunge was called grunge!" That's because it was recorded by Conrad Uno at Egg Studios, where Gas Huffer, Mudhoney, Mono Men, Zeke, and others have laid tape. The Seattle band also flirts with early Metallica and some sludgy stoner-rock vibes, but my favorite track is "Remember to Breathe," which is a two-and-a-half-minute blast of brutal hardcore tinged with metal guitar. If your hair isn't whipping back and forth by the time the breakdown hits at the one-minute mark, you should check your pulse. MEGAN SELING, The Stranger


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