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|3.||"Snakes Vs Rats" (5:01)|
|1.||"City Of Fallen Angels" (6:02)|
|2.||"American Dream" (10:04)|
|2.||"Don't Walk These Streets" (6:22)|
|3.||"Other Side Of The World" (5:44)|
|1.||"Hell A" (4:14)|
|2.||"Concrete Desert" (14:30)|
|1.||"Dog" (feat JK Flesh) (6:49)|
|2.||"Pray" (feat JK Flesh) (6:46)|
|1.||"Another Planet" (14:56)|
If there's one collaboration that we have bowed down to over the last few years, it's most certainly this new found friendship between London's Kevin Martin aka The Bug, and American doom metal guitarists, Earth. One wouldn't immediately make the connection between inner-city future-grime music and suburban stoner rock, but the two styles were in perfect unison, and this is because they're both fascinated with dark, looming clouds of bass. Whether that's through virtual synths or badass bass guitars, it doesn't matter, because the mood is mightily present. Concrete Desert is the alliance's debut LP, and it's all guns blazing from start to finish; tunes like "Snakes vs Rats" or "Metal Drone" represent exactly the sort of freshen-up that each respective act needed - on the one hand, The Bug could have done with some more external influences to the melodic constructions, while Earth needed a new framework to enter the minds of a new, European audience. We've dubbed this style 'metal drone', and we're pretty sure that it's gonna stick after you've played it out for a few minutes. A blinding collab, right here.
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