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Terrific 12¨ purple vinyl and as Waste Editions crew are really into emotive and personal sounds ,on this occasion this new release "Inside us " by Old Coroner can´t be otherwise...

 

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Ikon ‎– Everyone Everything Everywhere Ends

Ikon ‎– Everyone Everything Everywhere Ends
Label: Dark Vinyl Records ‎– DV61
Format: CD, Album, Reissue 
Country: Germany
Released: 10 Feb 2017
Style: Darkwave

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14,00 €

DV61

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This is the European Version of the new IKON album, which was originally released in Australia in 2014 in a limited edition and sold out / deleted since last year. 
Influenced by bands like Joy Division and New Order IKON released their first 7” in 1992 and now, after many albums and tours, they are going to celebrate their 25 anniversary with selected gigs in 2017. 

Lineup: Chris McCarter , Dino Molinaro, Clifford Ennis and David Burns.

 Review Gothic Rock / Damien Thorn :….This is an album that grasps you by the throat from the very start … this is, in my opinion, Ikon‘s best album in many years and probably even the best album they made so far.  ..“

Review Black Magazin / Marco Fiebag : „Everyone Everything Everywhere Ends“ can be seen as another highlight in IKON’s biography , 12 Dark Wave Hymns… with influences from Joy Division/New Order up to Death In June…”

 

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