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Already a sensation back in their native land of Finland, the 69 Eyes specialize in a brand of goth punk that has not been seen since the heady days of Sisters of Mercy and Bauhaus. And although they must have received quite a few bewildered looks during the "goth lean" decade of the '90s, the 69 Eyes have stuck to their guns throughout, and continue to do so — as evidenced by their 2005 release, Devils. While some have compared frontman Jyrki 69's vocal style to that of Type O Negative's Pete Steele, the singer appears to be a true descendent of Iggy Pop — especially circa Mr. Osterberg's post-Stooges The Idiot period — as heard on such selections as the album-opening title track and "Nothing on You." With just about every up-and-coming punk band taking the "singsongy" route during the '90s and early 21st century, it's certainly a welcome break to hear a group that has studied the goth rock masters.

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Biography

Formed: Helsinki, Finland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The 69 Eyes, a very dramatic goth metal band, formed in the early '90s in Helsinki. A quartet influenced by Motörhead, the Stooges, the Dead Boys, and the Doors, as well as movies like The Crow, Lost Boys, and The Matrix, they released several albums throughout the '90s and early 2000s. They first went gold in their native Finland with 2000's "Gothic Girl" single, and from then on their popularity increased. An anthology titled Framed in Blood: The Very Blessed of 69 Eyes was...
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Devils, The 69 Eyes
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Hard Rock, Metal
  • Released: Jan 25, 2005

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