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Axecuter
Metal Is Invincible (2013)
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Reviewed: 6/7/2013

Old school metal from newcomers. How many times have you got disappointed when picking up an album from a fresh band, who play old school stuff? Now, be honest, please. I've failed to find many truly cool ones, no matter of what style of metal music. The biggest failure about old school bands have been their frankness, and lack of true love for music they play. In fact, many of these bands are totally soulless. Axecuter hail from the green city of Curitiba, Brazil, where they formed in 2010. Releasing a demo and an EP prior to their signing to, who else than those lovely messengers of METAL music, Infernö Records. 'Metal Is Invincible' is this trio's message for, well, "metal is invincible". It's clear straight away from the first strokes, that Axecuter do not go without a soul. No matte...

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