Nebraska release debut single.

2014-08-15 by Dean187 | 7 Comments
Nebraska, a new Metalcore band from the South Coast of England have just released their debut single, "Porphyria", through Beheading The Traitor.
This is track 1 from their upcoming Double A-Side, of which the second track will be released next month.


Tagged: Nebraska (UK)

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MaySun91
August 15th 2014
30 Comments


Cleans are okay. That's about it. Everything else is pretty bad, especially the high screams.

TheGreatQ
August 15th 2014
2499 Comments


Highs are awful

kroglor
August 15th 2014
41 Comments


omg so sellout

DatBeefPudding
August 15th 2014
1833 Comments


not good

Digging: Rings of Saturn - Ultu Ulla

MegaJake1024
August 16th 2014
827 Comments


Screamed vox are so fucking bad

Halfman
August 17th 2014
185 Comments


I can't believe people still listen to this shit.

rafalafa
August 17th 2014
33 Comments


Even though this band is from England, this is a disgrace to the great state of Nebraska.



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