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THREE DEAD FINGERS: Swedish teenage death/thrashers debut album Breed Of The Devil

THREE DEAD FINGERS Formed in 2015, Västerås and Stockholm (Sweden) based act THREE DEAD FINGERS are comprised of five cold-blooded teenagers (age between 13 to 14). They incorporate the irresistibility of mid ’90s melodeath, fury of old school thrash, speed of traditional metal, and a little bit of groove of nu metal. They won a music contest in 2017, and it paved the way of their performances at Sweden Rock Festival and Skogsröjet Festival. October 2017 saw the digital release of the debut studio effort — Injustice EP. Their musicianship and fan base both have eventually evolved significantly over the years.

The juvenile Swede quintet release their debut full length, Breed Of The Devil, today under the flag of BLEEDING MUSIC RECORDS.

"This album we hope is the start for future metal, an introduction of this band and a gathering of our Breed. We release this record with pride, a statement from the youth that metal will never die. This is a record not to be missed, nor to be forgotten", comment the band.


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The album "Breed Of The Devil" is a refreshing adrenaline-fueled trip and an evidence why Three Dead Fingers shouldn’t be passed over under any circumstances because of the age of the members. Instead of producing replicas of their predecessors’ crafts, Three Dead Fingers have managed to leave their own footprints through the tremendously executed 11 tracks.

The album was recorded, mixed and mastered at Bleeding Music Studio in Västerås, Sweden by Andreas ”Fluff” Morén (Bleeding Utopia, Condemnatory, Bombs Of Hades and more).



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    April 10, 2019

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