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Everybody Dies

Pavement

As if there weren’t enough mosh-fest bands in Florida. These guys are out of Ft. Lauderdale. I know that you are thinking, “no way!” Well let me tell you – way.

The sticker on the CD proclaims “Featuring Phil from Malevolent Creation AND former Cannibal Corpse member Rob.” Sounds like a head banging good time! The music is dirge/speed/crossover/whateverthefuck styles of METAL. It’s decent if ya like the former bands of those dudes. I like them a little more than this conglomerate band. The lyrics aren’t the best either – nor is the CHEESY parental guidance warning on the front. Pavement Music, 2123 South Priest Dr. #206, Tempe, AZ 85282


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