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S.O.S.

I Owe You Nothing

(Terror, Hatebreed, Agnostic Front, Trapped Under Ice, Madball)

Good Fight 17-2

Released on June 21, 2011


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The idea of S.O.S. first started to take shape around two years ago when Scott Vogel, front man for Terror, and Chris Beattie, bass player for Hatebreed, had discussed the possibility of making music together. The idea took a more serious turn when Matt Henderson, former guitarist for Agnostic Front and Madball, agreed to be involved. Fro the next member, Vogel dad to look no further than his own band mate, Terror drummer Nick Jett. To round out the group and put the final piece in place, S.O.S. brought in guitarist Sam Trapkin from one of the best new bands hardcore has seen in year, Trapped Under Ice.

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Johan from Kortessem, Belgium 
Sep 28 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Love it but the cd is too short/ Title song, Never a brother are great hardcore anthems. Scott's voice is one of the best there is in hardcore country








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