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Serpents

"Notoriously symbolized throughout biblical literature as “The Devil” – the Serpent is recognized as being instrumental in the first “downfall of man.” With its enticements of true liberty between the simple-minded and the ignorant, most believers describe this event as the "beginning of the end..

Some say, it’s the start of something greater, a freedom of mind and oppression. As the catalyst of good and evil, those who believe the tale also knew the serpent as the educator.

SERPENTS are a movement, an idea of musical liberation – hailing from the ...read more

"Notoriously symbolized throughout biblical literature as “The Devil” – the Serpent is recognized as being instrumental in the first “downfall of man.” With its enticements of true liberty between the simple-minded and the ignorant, most believers describe this event as the "beginning of the end..

Some say, it’s the start of something greater, a freedom of mind and oppression. As the catalyst of good and evil, those who believe the tale also knew the serpent as the educator.

SERPENTS are a movement, an idea of musical liberation – hailing from the mid-west, initiated by Andrew Mikhail (Formerly of Oceano) along with his fellow brothers in arms. SERPENTS bring their infectious brand of venomous yet pulverizing music to the unsuspecting masses to bring you a new "beginning of the end."

SERPENTS are working tirelessly to wrap up their debut album, and are preparing for a full tour schedule along with other news and events following the finalization of their pre-production demos, so please stay tuned…if you dare.”

-Mike Callaghan & WWH Management PR « hide

Similar Bands: Oceano, Whitechapel, Molotov Solution

LPs
Pestilence
2014

3.9
7 Votes
Born of Ishtar
02/05/2013

4.1
7 Votes
EPs
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2011

4.2
3 Votes

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