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Their hit single 'The Return Of The Ninja' turned heads in May '07 with its clean sound, catchy beat and ingenious lyrics. With a complex, heavily layered sound, their songwriting abilities are claimed to be as of yet unrivalled, a prime example of good modern-day metal. Their hit single 'The Return Of The Ninja' turned heads in May '07 with its clean sound, catchy beat and ingenious lyrics. With a complex, heavily layered sound, their songwriting abilities are claimed to be as of yet unrivalled, a prime example of good modern-day metal.
-Though NWL's genre is largely disputed, vocalist Jonathan Schlossberg himself has been quoted saying that their style is is "somewhat metal", and is also "stylish" and "has musical instruments"+Though NWL's genre is largely disputed, vocalist Jonathan himself has been quoted saying that their style is is "somewhat metal", and is also "stylish" and "has musical instruments"
In April 2007, the band teetered on the edge of a break-up. The other band members contemplated kicking him out, until his twin brother and NWL guitarist Leigh Goedecke took a stand and bitch-slapped the motherfuckers to Mount Doom, where they found a young orc by the name of Blake Riley, who soon because the second guitarist. In April 2007, the band teetered on the edge of a break-up. The other band members contemplated kicking him out, until his twin brother and NWL guitarist Leigh Goedecke took a stand and bitch-slapped the motherfuckers to Mount Doom, where they found a young orc by the name of Blake Riley, who soon because the second guitarist.

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