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Their songs don’t curry favor with society and hit the right nerve of the spectators, who got drawn into the fierce ride more on more by each song. Soothing tunes were non-existing and not necessary. A few chanted vocals (such as in Buried Like a Treasure) mingled with the growls, the melodious finger play of the two guitarists (like in the beginning of Down To Earth) blended smoothly with the harsher riffs—all well-implemented details that rounded out the powerful songs.
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