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Bless Off

Bless Off

Artist: The Shrine

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Digital Album: $9.99
Bless Off
Bless Off

Artist: The Shrine
MP3
1. Destroyers
$0.99
2. Worship
$0.99
3. Tripping Corpse
$0.99
4. The Duke
$0.99
5. Nothing Forever
$0.99
6. Bless Off
$0.99
7. On The Grind
$0.99
8. No Penalty
$0.99
9. Spit In My Life
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10. Napalm
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11. Hellride
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: TEE PEE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 03/11/2014
UPC: 707239016528

More Info:

So-Cal s**t-kickers The Shrine return with their new album ''Bless Off'', a blazing hell ride featuring 11 rip-roarin' party rock anthems guaranteed to destroy your ears! Undoubtedly one of America's hottest underground bands, The Shrine plays loud, heavy rock 'n' roll fueled by cheap beer and bad acid that combines the hook-laden appeal of 70s garage rock and gritty 80s hardcore with a skate punk energy and attitude resulting in a sound the trio describes as ''psychedelic violence.'' Recorded on reel-to-reel tape using vintage gear and colossal Marshall stacks, ''Bless Off''is a record that attacks with buzzing riffs, blazing hooks and a bruising, mega-amplified punch. This is gnarly, raunchy and quintessential riff rock channeling hazy hesher glories! Can you handle it?!

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