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    Join Date: Sep 2008
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    The Devil and the Almighty Blues

    Were you ever listening to Grand Magus, and thought to yourself, "I wonder what Grand Magus would sound like had they gone more towards the blues after their first album, instead of more towards power/viking metal?"

    Well, now we know.

    https://thedevilandthealmightyblues.bandcamp.com/


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    Sounds like "Road Salt One" era Pain of Salvation, with not-as-good-as-Gildenlow vocals

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    I will probably love this. I loved the southern rock vibe on their debut.
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    I like it, but wish it had a stronger vocalist like Graveyard or Grand Magus's self-titled.

    EDIT: Great atmosphere though.
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    JB's vibrato is hard to beat

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    Thanks for posting, I dig this!

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