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Failed System - Nervosa (2) - Agony (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 04,  · Nervosa – Agony Review. By Dr. A.N. Grier on June 4, in “Arrogance,” “Intolerance Means War,” and “Failed System” are the superior vocals, “Wayfarer” is a bizarre twist. But, being that its a bonus track, it doesn’t deter from the rest of the album. Despite the score, Agony is still a solid slab of thrash.
  2. May 18,  · Audio samples of all the tracks that are set to appear on "Agony", the new album from the Brazilian all-female thrash group NERVOSA, can be .
  3. Brazilian power trio, Nervosa, will release their second studio album, Agony, on June 3rd via Napalm Records. Agony was mixed and mastered by Andy Classen. The cover artwork and tracklisting can be found below. Agony tracklisting: “Arrogance” “Theory Of Conspiracy” “Deception” “Intolerance Means War” “Guerra Santa” “Failed System”.
  4. Jun 03,  · Brazil's meanest power trio has returned: Nervosa indulge in relentlessly raw all-female thrash metal on their second studio album Agony that almost effortlessly merges the energy of the glorious 80s with the refined aggression of this millennium/5(19).
  5. Jewelcase edition. The skilled Brazilian musicians are back! A mixture of this century's aggressions and the power of the 80’s creates the unique sound of ‘Nervosa’. Their new album ‘Agony’ will delight both fans and newbies alike!
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak CD release of Agony on Discogs/5(11).
  7. Jan 22,  · A pen pal of mine in Nova Scotia, Canada sent me a burned copy of this CD and I got myself a real one back in February , and let me say this-This CD rages-Thrash Metal the way it should be done-Even if this band is a female trio-All fans of old school thrash should get this one & /5(40).
  8. Brazil's meanest power trio has returned: Nervosa indulge in relentlessly raw all-female thrash metal on their second studio album Agony that almost effortlessly merges the energy of the glorious ‘80s with the refined aggression of this millennium. Played even more on point and precise than debut Victim Of Yourself, it definitely enriches the Nervosa sound having transferred the production.

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