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The Precautionary Principle [CD]

Monsterworks Audio CD

Price: 9.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over 10. Details
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6. Game On
7. Out of Control
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9. Bleed The World
10. Triumph
11. The Precautionary Principle
12. Who Am I?
13. Charred Vision (Bonus Track)
14. Thoroughly Thought Through (Bonus Track)
15. Unknown Quantity (Bonus Track)

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‘It takes balls to completely ignore what everyone else is doing and plough your own furrow. Following that logic, Monsterworks must have to push their testicles around in a wheelbarrow. This is absolutely fucking bonkers. A warped and wild hybrid of thrash, death and prog-tinged me(n)talcore, it’s metal made by ADD sufferers with strange and specious CD collections. Even ignoring frontman Jon’s unhinged vocals – think Cam Pipes meets Chuck Shuldiner – there’s something unnervingly hysterical about these chaotic, schizoid songs. One minute there’s a crazed, folky battle hymn (‘Triumph’), the next it’s like a post-lobotomy Devin Townsend (‘Screwdriver’). Fuck knows what happens when the tablets run out.’ KERRANG!


'Brimming with great and well executed ideas...catchy, very infectious and totally accessible. Jon's vocals are stunning...more soon please' --

'Possibly the saviour of British classic metal....a near flawless album. This band will be deservedly huge' --

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