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The Nordic country boasts a thriving extreme music scene Swedish metal onto the world with the "thrash n' roll" of extreme metal band LEACH. LEACH Markus, Joachim and Anders present a surprising and varied album with "Lovely Light of Life" and their target group are clearly friends of the harder pace who like to train their neck muscles. The sound is visceral and pumped full of energy just waiting to take out a wall close to you! If it's burly, melodic, and fits together perfectly, it's probably from Sweden. Leach certainly are, and their warts-and-all style of thrash-n'-roll is just begging for a throwdown. "Lovely Light of Life" is their third major rodeo, and among the hefty riffs and fun-loving rhythms is plenty to get your teeth into
The Nordic country boasts a thriving extreme music scene Swedish metal onto the world with the "thrash n' roll" of extreme metal band LEACH. LEACH Markus, Joachim and Anders present a surprising and varied album with "Lovely Light of Life" and their target group are clearly friends of the harder pace who like to train their neck muscles. The sound is visceral and pumped full of energy just waiting to take out a wall close to you! If it's burly, melodic, and fits together perfectly, it's probably from Sweden. Leach certainly are, and their warts-and-all style of thrash-n'-roll is just begging for a throwdown. "Lovely Light of Life" is their third major rodeo, and among the hefty riffs and fun-loving rhythms is plenty to get your teeth into
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Lovely Light Of Life
Artist: Leach
Format: CD
New: Available $11.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Prelude
2. Serenade
3. Carry the Stigma
4. Trench Walk
5. Scorched Earth Tactics
6. Aniara
7. True North
8. Down for Counting
9. Vultures
10. Gaslighting
11. Sweet Blasphemy

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The Nordic country boasts a thriving extreme music scene Swedish metal onto the world with the "thrash n' roll" of extreme metal band LEACH. LEACH Markus, Joachim and Anders present a surprising and varied album with "Lovely Light of Life" and their target group are clearly friends of the harder pace who like to train their neck muscles. The sound is visceral and pumped full of energy just waiting to take out a wall close to you! If it's burly, melodic, and fits together perfectly, it's probably from Sweden. Leach certainly are, and their warts-and-all style of thrash-n'-roll is just begging for a throwdown. "Lovely Light of Life" is their third major rodeo, and among the hefty riffs and fun-loving rhythms is plenty to get your teeth into

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