Towers of Hanoi | Black Feathers

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Black Feathers

by Towers of Hanoi

If Freddy Mercury was a woman and if Queen was Towers of Hanoi then well there you have it. Straight forward rock n roll frenzy with female wind pipes at the helm of a disaster.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Torn Jeans
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2. Hot Sketch
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3. Baby Vamp
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4. Forward in Reverse
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5. Bleached Blonde
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6. The Arrest
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7. Dead Eyes and Lonely Trails
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8. Black Feathers
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Black Feathers started after they recorded the first 4 songs and stumbled over a few joints and realized they wanted a full on rock album. So they dropped 2 of those 4 songs and pulled out our fresh riffs and went full steam ahead towards a concept album. It's a short story about a girl who grew up in a shipwreck of a home and had to move very fast to survive in her surrounding habitats. Moving lost souls in and out of cheap motels she sold her body to beasts. She gained a reputation for being ruthless towards the beasts and compassionate towards her comrades. But, through the mist of the mayhem she also spawned a baby girl whom she had to shelter from the madness around her. Eventually the child was taken away and she couldn't quit the only thing she knew. Chained down and far away from the norm she could here help calling to her even know she never looked back she still carries the scar that will be her for the rest of her life. Towers of Hanoi delivers this story with soaring vocals, hand crafted guitar work, and a rhythm section forged from the fiery corners of hell.


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