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Double Dragon

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Double Dragon’s (Australia) latest EP release ‘Scars Of Fire’ is a heavy metal maelstrom that will undoubtedly change the face of the local and national heavy music scenes. Recorded and produced by Ian ‘E-Dog’ Miller (who has worked with bands such as ‘The Hot Lies’, ‘I Killed The Prom Queen’ and ‘Cry Murder’) at Soundhouse Studios in Adelaide, ‘Scars Of Fire’ represents Double Dragon at their most ferocious, with five songs that are not only honest, not only brutal, but are also melodic, infectious, and extremely anthemic.

‘Scars of Fire’ is the culmination of everything Double Dragon represents since their current lineup solidified in 2005. The EP contains messages culminated from a year of highs and lows, and reflects these themes individually. The EP’s title, ‘Scars Of Fire’, is a direct reference to the challenges Double Dragon’s lead singer Leeroy Gardener faced resulting from a very nearly fatal accident in July of 2005, in which he suffered from serious third degree burns. It is a document recounting the trauma of these injuries, his long and painful recovery, and his eventual return to the helm of Double Dragon. From tales of revenge to stories of... (+) expand
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