Band Name Battletorn. Album Name Villains Reversed. Released date 08 March 2005. Labels Mega Blade Records. Music StyleCrossover. Members owning this album0. Other productions from Battletorn.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. In studio record of this music release "Villains, Reversed" attended those artists: William (2) (Drums), Duncan Stanbury (Engineer, Mastered By), Omid (2) (Guitar), William (2) (Recorded By), Beverly Hames (Vocals), Watch now the video Battletorn - Villains, Reversed: BATTLETORN live at The Acheron, Feb. 8th, 2014 (FULL SETS). BATTLETORN 10 year anniversary of Battletorn's first show featuring a special double reunion set with both the original and Mach 2 (original -1 member) lineups.
Battletorn was a three piece formed in NYC in 2004, this line-up released a couple singles, an LP, and toured the US in summer of 2005. In late 2005 the band became a two piece (William/Omid), and toured/released music/played shows through fall of 2010. Battletorn was inactive from 2011-2013, but played a 10th anniversary show in NYC on Feb 8, 2014 which featured sets by both line-ups. The band is currently indefinitely inactive again (aka - unofficially broken up). Sites: battletorn.
Band Name Battletorn. Data de lançamento 08 Março 2005. Estilo de MúsicaCrossover. Membros têm este álbum0.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Mega Blade (catalog number MB2) Troubleman Unlimited (catalog number TMU143). This album was released in 2005 year.
By: Battletorn (2005, Rock).
Complete your Battletorn collection. Side B is etched with flames, and a skull, and something with spikes. Damn these crippled eyes.
Other albums by Battletorn. Battletorn 9/13/2005. There's an episode of the Internet cartoon Homestar Runner in which one of the main characters develops a half-dragon, half-man character by the name of Trogdor. Ferocious 16th-note rhythm playing and machine-gun snare playing that wouldn't sound out of place on a Helmet album are the anchors here, and lead vocalist Beverly shrieks with the best of them - but the distortion on her vocals is a tiresome thing after a while, and only hinders the experience of how truly powerful her delivery can.