Planet Mosh review Xerosun at Monsters Of Rot V

By Xerosun, Wednesday, 5th August 2015 | 0 comments
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Having been drafted in at a few day’s notice, following the last minute withdrawals of first Hollow Truth and then Guttrench, Dublin’s Xerosun (10) proceed to rip the heads off everyone present, especially with Martyna’s incredible range, which varies from the darkest, most brutal of death metal growls to the butterfly harmony of her upper range. The band themselves deliver their melodic and precise death metal with passion and accuracy.

By Mark Ashby for Planet Mosh, Monsters of Rot V, Letterbreen 01/08/2015

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