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4.09 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Key Of Existence (1:26)
2. The Signs (4:29)
3. Instant Djentlemen (3:21)
4. Hearse The Halo (4:46)
5. Unknown Guest (3:44)
6. Shivers (4:39)
7. Universal Intelligence (4:10)
8. Analog Love (1:54)
9. Shivers (4:53) (feat. Z. Lipenský)

Total Time: 33:21


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Line-up / Musicians

- Tomas Raclavsky / guitar, keyboards, programing
- Vojtech Seminsky / drums
- Marek Mrvik / bass

- David M. Micic / guitar solo (7)

Releases information

Released 27 October 2011, digital
Produced by: Tomás Raclavský, All Rights Reserved ©2011 & Modern day babylon

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4 stars Short and easy. Interesting this kickoff work of the czech band. To me, djent is not a way of playing or a style, it's simply an excuse for not doing more music, a resource for teenagers to gulp down in live concerts. That's ok for those without music in their souls, but not for these travelers. ... (read more)

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