The Fall of Troy

by Ben S
(Sydney)

One band that has an explosive array of musical material that is far from anything heard on the radio these days is The Fall of Troy.

If an explosive act of spastic guitar lines, banshee like vocals, hammering drums, a bright and punchy yet melodic bass lines - The Fall of Troy will not only deliver them to you speakers, but proceed to slam ever last bit of noise and emotion the have through your whole body.

From crazy syncopated guitar lines of FCPREMIX, the smooth jazz like verses of Quater Past, and the progressive style of Reassurance Rests in the Sea, The Fall of Troy will continue to impress the technical side of any musician, and captivate the minds of those who enjoy a good musical orgasm.

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