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King of Bones
Don't Mess with the King
Power metal tinged hard rock with plenty of heaviness
This is the second album for independent act King of Bones from Brazil. Fans of Sinner, Primal Fear, early Brainstorm and Push should eat this up. Beefy guitar licks, mid-to-high vocals and a sturdy production make this easier on the ears than most indy bands.
Recommended for fans of: Sinner, Push, Pink Cream 69, early Brainstorm
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