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Well, the make-ups gone as is a big chunk of their original line up from the last album, but those aren't the only Ink and Dagger changes that are obvious on The Fine Art of Original Sin. Sure, their complex but chaotic side still lingers as does their doomsday rantings, but it's not as comic book, not as cheesy -meaning that they'll at least be taken a little more seriously. That and there's some industrial overtones in full affect -you know, tape loops, drum machines, a touch of synthesizers- and even a techno remix of the title track. These changes of Ink and Dagger are for the better though, even if it was most likely by default thanks in part to their almost complete line up change.


Genre: Metal

Constituted in Philadelphia, PA, in 1996, punk rockers Ink & Dagger counted from the beginning of their operations with a lineup consisting of vocalist Sean McCabe, also responsible for writing most of the band's songs, Don Devore (guitars, programming), Joshua Brown (bass), and Ryan McLaughlin (drums). Displaying their firing tunes of hardcore blended with punk, Ink & Dagger's first live shows immediately grabbed the attention of a widespread fan legion within Philadelphia's underground music scene,...
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