Ruffneck* ‎– Lost Priest Of A Broken Future Beyond Infinite Promised Dreams

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Ruffneck Records ‎– RUFF 055X
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition
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Ruff55x - The fourth Vinyl in 20 YEARS on the legendary Ruffneck label!

3 Brand new tunes EXACTLY like we left of 20 years ago.
This Limited edition vinyl is dedicated to the beloved SLOWER DARKCORE SOUNDS.
Dark moody tunes with a very distinctive message told over three tracks.
A grim reminder of things far beyond the regular "let's just make some noise" hardcore track.

They are tales with a message wrapped up in mystery of where the origin of these stories stem from....

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  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): RUFF055X -A-
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): RUFF055X -B-
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching A-Side): -LvC- Revelation 21 : 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching B-Side): -LvC- Revelation 21 : 4
  • Rights Society: STEMRA

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ravedave

ravedave

April 25, 2019

Yes, best EP so far from the whole serie! B1 and B2 are magnificent!
My opinion is that Patrick makes Darkcore much better than Artcore.
More from this is welcome sir!
nchunky

nchunky

April 24, 2019
edited 3 months ago

Best one so far in the new vinyl series IMHO. A-side melody reminds me of 'James Brown is Dead' somehow, but in darkcore (33 RPM) or Artcore (45 RPM) style. Hook/melody of B1 is based on 'Guru Josh - Infinity' and it is MASSIVE! Promo also used that hook in his 1999 release 'Up Yours'. B2 is also cool and to me sounds somewhat like '98 to Piano' in the style of old Cold Rush/PCP tracks, but the other 2 tracks are better if you ask me.