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How to Bang Your Head in Any Meter

Maybe Skin Yard wasn't the first heavy band to play in odd meters, but they certainly did it well. This track is from their 1990 album Fist Sized Chunks.

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-03-21


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Related artist(s): Skin Yard

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