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POKERFACE Unleash Lyric Video


POKERFACE Russian death/thrashers POKERFACE unleashed a lyric video for "Game On" - the title track off their upcoming new record. View Below or at Indiegogo site url below

Last month they launched a crowdfunding campaign for their sophomore record, „Game On”.
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/new-pokerface-album-thrash-death-metal#/

POKERFACE - The band was created in Moscow, Russia in 2013.

POKERFACE shared the stage with such famous European bands as Sodom, Sister Sin, Knorkator.
In 2014, the band released their first EP "Terror is the law" on the label "Irond / Molot" with female vocalist Delirium Tremens.

In their work POKERFACE is looking up to the stars of American and German thrash metal, such as Slayer, Testament, Sodom, Kreator. Speed heavy riffs, English lyrics and brutal vocals symbolizes real old school thrash metal.

In the Spring of 2015, POKERFACE arranged Russian tour with Brazilian icon Sepultura and performed a Summer tour with Overkill, Claustrofobia, Children of Bodom and Vader.

At the beginning of Autumn 2015 POKERFACE released the debut album "Divide And Rule", and played shows with Megadeth, Kreator and Infected Rain.

From the band:

"Greetings, Friend! We are female fronted (and axed!) thrash/death metal band POKERFACE from Russia. Our music is quite unusual combination of old-school thrash riffs and female scream-growling vocals. Since the moment of formation in 2013 we released two albums - EP 'Terror Is The Law' and LP 'Divide And Rule', and performed many notable shows with such bands like Sodom, Kreator, Megadeth, Sepultura, Overkill, Children of Bodom, Vader, Death DTA, not only in Russia, but in Europe as well."



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    January 04, 2017

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