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  1. Zolosida

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    Varvara from Hamina, Finland have come a long way since the release of their previous album, ”Death Defying Tricks” in January The album got nothing but praise from the leading rock media world wide with its’ intriguing mix of aggressive garage and melodic rock sounds. Now Varvara is ready to unleash the first taster from their.
  2. Vora

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    The new album ‘Death Defying Tricks’ is due out now – Full press release below. ‘Death Defying Tricks’ In Hamina, Southeast Finland stands a statue of Varvara Schantin (), who was born in Russia but became a native of the small town in later life.
  3. JoJozil

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    Varvara return to the fray with 3rd album, Death Defying Tricks in January Six months of self- production, recording, arranging, honing their fines t qualities and expanding their sound palette finds Varvara in more than rude health. Death Defying Tricks final puzzle piece was applied by one of Sweden's best known sons of sonic debauchery and excitement, Pelle Gunnerfeldt (The.
  4. Akilkree

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    Varvara discography and songs: Music profile for Varvara, formed
  5. Dizahn

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    How did Varvara get the prestigious likes of Pelle Gunnerfeldt (producer of Refused’s The Shape Of Punk To Come and guitar player/producer of late ’90s alt band Fireside) and Brad Boatright (Beastmilk, Fucked Up and High On Fire) on board to mix and master the forthcoming Death Defying Tricks? We were really lucky, I guess. Pelle was the first person we thought of when we started to think.
  6. Mijin

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    Varvara: Death Defying Tricks If ’s influenced alternative rock is your thing, make sure to get acquainted with Varvara. "Warning Signs", the first single from the Hamina-based quintet’s third album was called "some of the best college rock we haven’t heard yet" by Austin Town Hall blog.
  7. Brasida

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    Aug 30,  · The forthcoming album ‘Death Defying Tricks’ was mixed by one of Sweden’s best known sons of sonic debauchery and excitement, Pelle Gunnerfeldt (The Hives, Refused, Fireside). Pelle’s mixes for the album bring sharply into focus Varvara’s innate sense of melody and energy.
  8. Bragul

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    Death Defying Tricks final puzzle piece was applied by one of Sweden's best known sons of sonic debauchery and excitement, Pelle Gunnerfeldt (The Hives, Refused, Last Days Of April, Disco Ensemble). Pelle's mixes for the album bring sharply into focus Varvara's innate sense of .

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