Two Years

by Cotillion

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Jacob Maclean
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Jacob Maclean The man, the myth, the CS legend himself. Favorite track: Blast Processor.
Majbritt Levinsen
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Majbritt Levinsen I am always very fascinated by bands that manage to incorporate different styles that normally wouldn’t go well together, and makes it work! Just listen to ”Bodegacore” it’s an unlikely mix of styles, and ”MetalBassMan” goes from one mood to another without losing momentum, and ”Blast Processor”…

Aarrrgggh! Go listen for yourself!

Read more here: majbritt.levinsen.se/2015/11/cotillion-two-years/ Favorite track: MetalBassMan.
Johnny King
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Johnny King Solid instrumental jams - the riffs, the riffs, the riffs! This is great fun and features nifty musicianship. Favorite track: MetalBassMan.
flightoficarus (Metal Trenches)
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flightoficarus (Metal Trenches) I already enjoyed their particular brand of what I labeled "Post-indietronicore" on the previous album, but Two Years feels like a massive step forward. They've dropped most of the "tron" part in favor of more prog and ultimately stronger songwriting. Killer riffs all over this thing, and dat bass... For fans of Fall of Troy, Hopesfall, and Mew. Full review on MetalTrenches.com: metaltrenches.com/reviews/post-indieprogcore-t-256 Favorite track: Bodegacore.
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released October 23, 2015

Dima Reykhtman: Drums, Artwork, and Design.
Ben Schwartz: Guitar, Bass, and Production.

Drums recorded by Jerry Ramos at Mercury Recording Studio.

Diggidy Dehs & Squinily Dinilys courtesy of Cameron Shirey.

Special thanks to Sam Neff, Cameron Shirey, Michael Covell, and Andrew Cortez for their writing contributions. Thanks are also due to Christine Pina, Matt Baltrucki, and Beverly Zell for their help with recording space and equipment.

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