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Terror Of Mechagodzilla
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Terror Of Mechagodzilla Awesome instrumental album. Considering this is a debut, this group has a very bright future. Great songwriting that keeps the listener compelled while still having abundant moments of shred.
Christopher Barker
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Christopher Barker Anazing Instrumental album. You will not be dissapointed. Every song is magical. \MM/
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Psychopath90 I found this band on youtube years ago and was elated to find out that they have realease an album, I hope to play guitar as good as these guys someday. Favorite track: Sadopolitism.
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Agent Echo In short, this is nothing less than an instant classic. Every track is full of moments that make me think, "That is exactly what my ears wanted." I cannot even stand the level of talent on display here. What a gift to the world! Favorite track: Flesh Masquerade.
King Jonas the Humble
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King Jonas the Humble Tech metal has been a long enduring love of mine. This instrumental album might not be everyone's cup of tea, but if you like your tea filled with led and mercury, Abolish the Echolon might work for you as well.
Four out of five cases of heavy metal poisoning.
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William Owens They remind me of Animals as Leaders with guitar acrobatics everywhere, but at the same time, not at all. The band members are clearly very talented musicians, leaps and bounds over the common metal guys. But it's more than that, they fuse tones and textures together that I wouldn't normally want to hear, yet they make it accessible and to a degree - catchy. On another level, Abolish the Echelon is a fucking cool name for a band. Favorite track: Sadopolitism.
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released September 17, 2013


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Abolish the Echelon Phoenix, Arizona

Led by composer Jordan Rush, the roots of Abolish the Echelon were planted when in August 2007 he was introduced by common friends to Alex Wheeler, who would become a best friend and fellow guitarist. Joining the band in 2013 are Austin Ryan on drums and Ryan Obermeit on bass, completing the instrumental lineup. The band eagerly looks forward to the release of their debut album "Collusion". ... more

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