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ATL | 12:39 UK time, Tuesday, 6 March 2012

 

 

The TNBS merry-go-round is making us so dizzy we may have to get off and have a wee boke soon, but not before we get Carrie Davenport's take on three essential tracks, with added heaviousity*.

 

 

*made up word.

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Liz is Evil

Formed in 2008 and playing crazed frenetic punk in the style of the Cramps or New York Dolls, their debut LP "Failed Philosophy" was released in late 2010. The video for "Anno Domino" is a bizarre trip into the world of Liz is evils dark but highly entertaining psyche and definitely worth a watch

Zombified

Hailing from the darkest depths of Lisburn and Carnmoney,  They have been making loud angry music together since 2010. When zombified aren't crafting pure death metal slabs of noise they are gearing up to play numerous festivals this summer! 

Xerosun

Having released their debut album "Absence of Light" at the very end of 2011, Xerosun are a Dublin based rock act who fans of Metallica, Drowning Pool and Disturbed will definitely approve of! There's a clear passion for their music in all their songs, with top notch production quality and great looking artwork finishing the package. With a ream of sponsorships and great reviews after the album release it's clear 2012 is going to be a good year for them.

 

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