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Scars by Ringworm

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Scars

Ringworm

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Label: Victory
Here's some good old-fashioned hardcore with a healthy dose of metal (or possibly the other way around) from Cleveland's veteran hesher-punks. A strong Slayer influence presents itself almost immediately, primarily evident on the second track, "To the Grave," which could easily have been on Hell Awaits. That means you're gonna wanna play this one loud. In addition to the album's perfectly executed Slayer-ness, singer Human Furnace really lives up to his name, and the tour de force of a title cut has a pretty awesome mosh section.

About This Album

Here's some good old-fashioned hardcore with a healthy dose of metal (or possibly the other way around) from Cleveland's veteran hesher-punks. A strong Slayer influence presents itself almost immediately, primarily evident on the second track, "To the Grave," which could easily have been on Hell Awaits. That means you're gonna wanna play this one loud. In addition to the album's perfectly executed Slayer-ness, singer Human Furnace really lives up to his name, and the tour de force of a title cut has a pretty awesome mosh section.

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About This Album

Here's some good old-fashioned hardcore with a healthy dose of metal (or possibly the other way around) from Cleveland's veteran hesher-punks. A strong Slayer influence presents itself almost immediately, primarily evident on the second track, "To the Grave," which could easily have been on Hell Awaits. That means you're gonna wanna play this one loud. In addition to the album's perfectly executed Slayer-ness, singer Human Furnace really lives up to his name, and the tour de force of a title cut has a pretty awesome mosh section.