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Paranoid Delusions Paradise Illusions

Pulling Teeth

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amazing

If you're not listening to Pulling Teeth then you are wasting your life doing less important things.

Fantastic!

Expanding on the sound clearly defined on their first two records, PT cover some new ground. Fusing a more direct, at times classic metal, influence to the guitar work, PT remain brutally focused and unafraid to delve into darker territory. All along, raw emotion remains a primary role in the driving force behind their latest story. A perfect closing chapter to a trilogy of horrors, "Paranoid" leaves me eager to see what new direction lies ahead for the almighty "Pulling Teeth".

dark

very dark and heavy. contains endless amounts of creativity. would recommend to anyone that is a fun of trash metal. great album.

Biography

Formed: Baltimore, MD

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Bringing together former members of such heavy-duties as the Slumlords, the Spark, Desperate Measures, and Never Enough, Pulling Teeth (Alex, Chris, Danny, Dom, and Mike) formed in Baltimore and released their first album Vicious Skin in 2006. A split EP with Frightener followed in 2007, and the band hit the road in the UK. The band then signed a deal with Deathwish records, who released their follow...
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