INVADUR

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Matthew Rukgaber
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Matthew Rukgaber Although the vocals and the mid-tempo songs suggest old-school Accept, it has the power chords of some Budgie-esque rock and the heaviness and speed of NWOBHM. So it is heavier than "Balls to the Wall" in my opinion. This should be the soundtrack for "Heavy Metal Parking Lot"...which obviously means that it is beyond awesome. Favorite track: Invadur.
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Scumbag Classic metal seems to be somewhat in vogue lately and I defy anyone to complain about it! There was a reason why this kinda hard rock & metal was popular in the first place... cuz those of us who grew up in the '70s and '80s had good taste! (Heh heh!) Anyway, while the intro track sounds rather like early Savatage in style the rest of the EP sounds more akin to Accept. Two all-time metal greats! You can't go wrong so I recommend having a listen! Favorite track: Midnight Queen.
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Heavy Metal Thunder!

Joe Bastek - Vocals
Sean Haidul - Guitar
Joe Richner - Bass
Scott Smith - Drums

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released March 21, 2013

Recorded by Alex Garcia-Rivera @ Mystic Valley Studio in Medford, Massachusetts. Tracked live to 2" tape then mixed to 1/2" tape 100% Analog! www.mysticvalleystudio.com alex@mysticvalleystudio.com

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