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TRE

The Devil and the Almighty Blues

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1.1
Salt the Earth
The Devil and the Almighty Blues
12:31
1.2
One for Sorrow
The Devil and the Almighty Blues
5:13
1.3
Lay Down
The Devil and the Almighty Blues
7:16
1.4
Heart of the Mountain
The Devil and the Almighty Blues
8:25
1.5
No Man's Land
The Devil and the Almighty Blues
6:56
1.6
Time Ruins Everything
The Devil and the Almighty Blues
8:11
Total Playing Time    48:32
The Devil and the Almighty Blues released their third album, TRE, following up on their critically acclaimed sophomore release, II. With TRE, the group produces some of their best licks and hardest hitting grooves while maintaining their classic songwriting. Formed in the rock’n’roll underground of Oslo, Norway in 2010, The Devil And The Almighty Blues have captured the attention of blues and rock enthusiasts from all corners of the globe. And with good reason: Filled with a profound love for the old heroes of the blues, for rock, metal and punk, they bring something extraordinary to the scene. DATAB represent a new take on blues-based rock; heavy without becoming metal, dark without being doom, bluesy without being straight up and boring.
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