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Doom Town / No More Art- Split 7“ ~EX RED DONS!

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Doom Town/No More Art- Split 7“.  No More Art, based out of Hamburg, Germany plays classic melodic punk with strong female vocals and super catchy guitar and bass lines. Comparisons to Dangerhouse Records bands like The Bags and The Avengers are definitely apt along with newer bands like Masshysteri and Vanna IngetANNA are not far off. Guitarist Will Kinser spent some time playing in Red Dons and that influence is there as well. Their song “We Won’t Go” is as catchy as anything they’ve ever released. Doom Town  take their name from a Wipers song and although they utilize the Wipers formula of catchy songwriting paired with a dark depressive undercurrent, they choose instead to drive their songs with more up-tempo beats and tortured harmonies like those employed by X and more modern bands like Gorilla Angreb or The Vicious.

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