A Cold Vein | Everything Leads to Erosion

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Everything Leads to Erosion

by A Cold Vein

A Cold Vein consists of singer/songwriter Jesse Sprinkle (Dead Poetic, Poor Old Lu), singer/screamer Ben Taft (November Grey, And So This Ends), guitarist Bill York (Morella's Forest, Rocket to Luna), drummer Matt Doty (Shelflyfe, And So This Ends) and ba
Genre: Metal/Punk: Alternative Metal
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1. The Centuries Of Sin
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2. Streamstory
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3. Neverending
4:21 $0.99
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4. Remission
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5. Where Light Has Yet To Reach
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6. April
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7. The Instrument
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8. Murder And Regret
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A Cold Vein consists of singer/songwriter Jesse Sprinkle (Dead Poetic, Poor Old Lu), singer/screamer Ben Taft (November Grey, And So This Ends), guitarist Bill York (Morella's Forest, Rocket to Luna), drummer Matt Doty (Shelflyfe, And So This Ends) and bassist Doug Little (And So This Ends, Everything's Ruind). That's not fluff on the resume there. That's the recipe for some high quality music. The vocals have a haunting air to them. The singing is full and solid. Then comes the screaming. Some bands bring in the screamer as some sort of bolt-on after market accessory, but here the screaming fills out the other side of the scale for a perfect balance. With your decision burning through your soul, could this religion be your blindfold? From "Remission"

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