Secret Cutter

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  1. eggy in a bready

    eggy in a bready SS.org Regular

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    light yourself on fire
     
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    broj15 SS.org Regular

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    Been hip to this band for a grip. I own the s/t and thier ep (my fav release from them by far). Some members from this used to be in a math grind band called Oktober Skyline, which is definitely worth checking out.
     
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    broj15 SS.org Regular

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    Also always nice to see some darker, grittier stuff like this get love on here. Way more interesting than the cookie cutter "prog" and shred that's regarded so highly of this site.
     
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    I like their S/T release, but the new one is a bit too slow for me. It's cool, but it's rather mid paced sludge instead of frantic blast beats and chaotic noise.
     
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    eggy in a bready SS.org Regular

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    this is still the heaviest thing i've heard all year
     
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    gunch Riff Chugman

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    Alright this is bayd ayuss

    No really this is the kind of music I've been wanting more of ever since Admiral Angry/Gaza/Black Sheep Wall days

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    broj15 SS.org Regular

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    This is exactly my take on it too. I liked the back n forth between fast n slow that just made the big riffs hit so much harder. If ya like stuff like this then check out dead in the dirt or Dredd.
     
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