The debut album "The End Is Important In All Things" consists of ten songs - recorded with known producer Kurt Ebelha"user from Blackmail fame and also in Berlin with Tobias Siebert who produced Kettcar, his own band Klez.e and Phillip Boa to name a few. Again, a choice like that shows how little genre limitations or signature sounds mean to the band. The only things of importance to them is heaviness, the experiment with it, and their own vision of a good song.
The Way I Walk Upon Your Path
My My Mine
I'm Thinking: No!
It's Home Where I Am Not
You Can See Me Fall
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