Shotgun Justice-State of Desolation (January 8, 2016)

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Shotgun JusticeFounded in 2003, Shotgun Justice signifies great and diversified old school Heavy Metal. Their new album State Of Desolation establishes the fact that the German band is not limited by genre borders, its influences include Hard Rock and Heavy Metal sounds as well as Thrash Metal elements. Versatile, fresh, and straight to the point, the songs on State Of Desolation will bring huge headbanging attacks to the stage-fronts. Although Shotgun Justice had to face some changes in their band history, their creativity has not been affected. Their current line up around founding members Tobias Groß and Erik Dembke holds influences from bands of different genres and embosses the sound of State Of Desolation with their own ideas. The band’s critical and provoking lyrics appear as straight as their music. In addition, the great voice of singer Marco, which has been formed by years of classical education, enriches the band’s sound.

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