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HAVEN DENIED "Illusions (Between Truth And Lie)" /CD/

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  • HAVEN DENIED "Illusions (Between Truth And Lie)" /CD/
  • HAVEN DENIED "Illusions (Between Truth And Lie)" /CD/
  • HAVEN DENIED "Illusions (Between Truth And Lie)" /CD/
  • HAVEN DENIED "Illusions (Between Truth And Lie)" /CD/

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  • Product Code: SGCD041
  • Availability: In Stock

  • € 4.90
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  • Price in bonus-scraps: 29

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The third full-length album by Portuguese Progressive Metalcore band.
Haven Denied born in Braga, Portugal. Despite of numerous line-up changes, the band sounds very professional and mature. The band has undergone a musical evolution; where the first album (released in 2006) was characterized by keyboard parts, blend of male and female vocals and more of a Rock/Power sound. The second album was published in 2009, without the keyboards it tends to a more Thrash sound. In 2010 the band record "Illusions (Between Truth And Lie)", published in 2011 by SG Records.
Nowadays, this Portuguese quintet is known for a bit different approach, sounding much like a hard-hitting Killswitch Engage, Lamp Of God, System of a Down (mostly vocally) and similar modern acts.
Their Metalcore has this dirty and Thrashy edge to it and it sounds just awesome. The vocal range of their singer Luís Cerqueira is wide - delivering all sorts of vocal variations. The drumming is intense, while the riffing is varied.
Energic Metalcore with Northern European influences and a versatile and humoral voice is in contrast to a proud and powerful music, with a good melodic taste! This album worth of your attention especially if you’re a fan of a modern Metalcore and bands mentioned above!!
SG Records, 2011 (SGCD041). Made in Italy. First press.

1. Our Lives Are Gone  4:49
2. Are You Really A Man? 4:27
3. Ego Crisis 3:19
4. Of Illusions We Will Die 6:01
5. Fathers Of The Same Son 4:22
6. Mind Rapists 4:57
7. Deadly Memories 4:24
8. You Used To Like 3:50
9. Times Of Waste 5:23
10. Terminus 2:52
Total playing time: 44:26 min.

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