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Beneath the divine – Disciple

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Beneath the divine
Version:
CD
Price:
1.50

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Rating:
4
On July 13, 2014
Last modified:July 13, 2014

Summary:

It's a great EP, and I'm certainly looking forward to hearing what the band can do when they come to recording a full length album.

Beneath the divine - Disciple“Disciple” is the debut EP from South Wales metal band Beneath the divine.

It’s a five track EP, with the first track, “Disciple” being more of an intro than a normal song, but at 2 minutes long it’s longer than an average album intro.  A philosophical spoken voice track with guitars chugging away in the background and a steady drum beat.  It’s a great way to open the EP.

We then have the four songs.  The vocals are clean singing rather than growling or screaming, the guitars are good and heavy and the songs are good metal songs with a stoner feel thrown in.  It’s a great EP, and I’m certainly looking forward to hearing what the band can do when they come to recording a full length album.

“Disciple” is out now and is available from the band for the extremely low price of £1.50 – at that price you’ve got no excuse not to buy a copy.

Track listing:

1. Disciple
2. Poenix rising
3. Dear father
4. Born in the rain
5. Whiskey woman

Beneath the divine are:

Bass – Tim
Drums – Barny
Guitar – Kev
Vocals – Jason

https://www.facebook.com/beneaththedivine

It's a great EP, and I'm certainly looking forward to hearing what the band can do when they come to recording a full length album.

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