Band Name Abrasion (AUS). Album Name Antipopulation. Type EP. Data de lançamento 2001. Labels Self-Released. Estilo de MúsicaDeath Metal. Membros têm este álbum0. Other productions from Abrasion (AUS). Violent Core Traction.
Abrasion received multiple top10 nominations in the Music Oz awards for best Hard Rock/Metal act. With a demo and EP under their belt, they finally released their debut LP Violent Core Traction in 2005. The Baltimore metal vets revisit their hard-as-nails death-metal sound by way of a tighter, grindcore-centric approach. Bandcamp Album of the Day Mar 12, 2019. Relapse Sampler 2018 by Relapse Sampler. Catch up on Relapse’s punishing slate of 2018 releases with this 33-track sampler. Bandcamp New & Notable Dec 18, 2018.
Abrasion Anti-Population Abrasion discography (all). lt; Terror Ignition (2000). Violent Core Traction (2006).
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Abrasion/ anti-population - 70%. StoneMaiden, September 21st, 2004. ABRASION "Antipopulation" 3 Tracks 9 Mins. 1. Abnormalities 3:13 2. Antipopulation 3:07 3. The Human 3:02 Abrasion are Adam Shirley: Vocals and Guitar. Produced by Abrasion, mixed and mastered by Adam and Mic. The self-released mini-EP ‘Antipopulation’ is the second independent release from three-piece Abrasion, hailing from Melbourne, Australia.
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