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Hello everyone,

I played London's New River Studios at the end of last month. Eden Grey put the event on and I was asked to do stuff for around half an hour. This is what happened:

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Cheers!
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Last 30 seconds of Bridal is wicked, there is some good stuff in Wewe Gombel and the last two tracks have a cool groove to them. Some parts are a bit heavy/hectic for me but fit into the live sound very well. 

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Last 30 seconds of Bridal is wicked, there is some good stuff in Wewe Gombel and the last two tracks have a cool groove to them. Some parts are a bit heavy/hectic for me but fit into the live sound very well. 

Thank you! Yeah, this is easily some of the most noisy stuff I've done, not sure what to make of it hahaha

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