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Hand Of Death

Hand Of Death

Hand Of Death


Hand Of Death formed in June 2006 after becoming disillusioned with the local scene and bonding over a mutual desire to create music with the simple philosophy of passion, aggression and emotion. They take inspiration from a wide range of styles, with each member adding their own unique influence. In April 2007, They embarked on their first tour with Residual Effect, RSJ and I Remain, released their first cd "We Only Kill Each Other", and subsequently parted ways with the bassist of the band. Read more on Last.fm
Hand Of Death formed in June 2006 after becoming disillusioned with the local scene and bonding over a mutual desire to create music with the simple philosophy of passion, aggression and emotion. They take inspiration from a wide range of styles, with each member adding their own unique influence. In April 2007, They embarked on their first tour with Residual Effect, RSJ and I Remain, released their first cd "We Only Kill Each Other", and subsequently parted ways with the bassist of the band. They made the decision not to seek a replacement, and have continued as a 4 piece ever since. Previously known to have played shows with with awesome bands such as Go It Alone, Yacopsae, Magrudergrind, Staathaat and Cathode. "Hand Of Death represents many things.

A hand can be used to give a loving caress, to help someone in times of need or distress, or to strike them down with deadly force. We are blessed with these gifts; it is up to us how we choose to use them. " Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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