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Birds In Row - Personal War album download Performer: Birds In Row
Album: Personal War
Style: Post-Hardcore, Hardcore, Punk
Size MP3: 1662 mb.
Size FLAC: 1766 mb.
Rating: 4.9/5
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Personal War is an EP by French hardcore punk band Birds in Row. It was released on 30 October 2015 through Deathwish, In. simultaneously with their split album Birds in Row, WAITC. The songs on both releases were recorded in 2014 with producer Amaury Sauvé. A music video for the track "Weary" was released on 20 September 2015. The band streamed the album online a day prior to its release.

Birds in Row is an experimental hardcore punk/metal trio who write punitive, exasperated tunes with equisitite, dark textures. Their members maintain a level of anonymity to pin the focus on the music itself rather than those who create it. Birds in Row is committed to a true DIY ethic, placing all their efforts into the creation of a deep fan-to-artist connection. B - Guitar and Vocals.

Album · 2015 · 7 Songs. Personal War Birds In Row. Metal. Listen on Apple Music. More By Birds In Row. See All. Split - EP. 2015. Birds in Row on Audiotree Live - EP. 2018.

Birds in Row is a French hardcore punk band that formed in 2009 in Laval and is composed of three members, "., ". and ". They signed to Deathwish Inc. in 2011 and released their debut album You, Me & the Violence in 2012. Birds in Row formed in Laval, Mayenne in 2009. Two of the members formed Birds in Row one week after their previous band split up, and recorded their first song one week later.

Personal War. Birds In Row. Released 2015. Personal War Tracklist. Personal War is one of two EPs released simultaneously by Birds In Row. The other release is a split EP with their contemporaries WAITC.

Band Name Birds In Row. Album Name Personal War. Type EP. Data wpisu 30 Październik 2015. Wydawcy Deathwish Inc. Styl muzycznyHardcore. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0.

Complete your Birds In Row collection. The drums at the start of O'Dear are a kick in the face. The beginning of Weary blows open Side B. Love it. Heavy as hell but clear as a bell.