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El Diablo

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Stick Up Kid
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I've Seen My Fate
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Ego's Game
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Mason
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Climbing Out This Bottle
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Extinguish
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Baseball Theory
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June
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Foreign Film
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Escucha!
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 46:11

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Will Haven - el Diablo

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Whilst the content isn't original, and each riff will sound eerily familiar to metal lovers (death, heavy and hardcore), this is a brutal album of texture and white noise that somehow manages to create a distinct an original slam-dance in an over-populated mosh-pit. Each song is almost like a hymn to the texture of the over-driven guitar and like so many great bands , they are (to paraphrase John Peel) 'Always different, always the same' , which is a pretty tough thing to achieve in this genre.I reckon they're are the Jackson Pollock of Metal!

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Demonic is about right...

l_zyboy

I think the AMG review is a bit misleading... This album is incredible, but not so much rawkin' as pure evil sounding, brutal noise. Whilst you can hear elements of VOD and earlier hardcore, to me it doesn't really sound like anyone else. One of those great bands that has created something unique within a pretty densely populated genre. Love it!

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El Diablo is constant, rawkin’, and at least aware of melody — it’s very telling that two of Will Haven’s listed influences are Mötley Crüe’s Shout at the Devil and Sunny Day Real Estate’s LP2. Will Haven offer that mix of demonic energy and subtle themes. Although this is hardcore, it’s also from the heart. – Tom Schulte