Just an alert/reminder to those who weren't aware, that Earache Records have just released a Dub War compilation entitled The Dub, The War & The Ugly (http://www.last.fm/music/dub+war/the+dub%2C+the+war%2B%2526%2Bthe+ugly) featuring unreleased demos for the lost third album, a live concert and all their music videos. Be sure to check it out!
Hi guys great stuff!!!!!!! Formed in 2007, since then the band have toured the UK with their debut album ” The Age Of Paranoia” The album gained critical acclaim with outstanding reviews, and also won the Playmusic UK best unsigned metal act of 2009.
Severenth have so far shared the stage with the likes of Skindred; Il Nino; Kittie; Soil; Hed p.e.; Bring Me The Horizon; 3 Inches of Blood; Biomechanical; Trigger The Bloodshed; Forever Never; Panic Cell; Will Haven; plus loads more.
2010, Severenth have set their sights on international waters, Having toured the US with Ripchain under ROSM, Severenth decided it was best to part ways with the management group due to contractual differences. 2010 will also see the release of their as of yet, Untitled new album. Bigger. Tighter. Meaner.
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This is great stuff. I'll have to check out Skindred next. I'm in the process of trying to find artists which fuse reggae with either rock or hip-hop. If anyone could help me out please drop by my profile and leave me a shout.
They were the only crossover band worth listening to in the 90's.
Skindred is kinda bland in comparison with the old material...bears too much resemblance to t3h n00-m3t4l. Benji is still great on the vocals though.
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