BRICK
Done Counting My Scars

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01. Done Counting My Scars | 02. Americas First | 03. Beloved Congregation | 04. Lifes Like | 05. One Less Day | 06. Shy Of Seventeen | 07. I Am War | 08. No.1 Fan | 09. Taking Turns | 10. Turn To Gray

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Done Counting My Scars is the sophomore effort from Swedish heavy metallers Brick. And it’s all here! Hot ass riffs and soaring refrains with music that’s a vibrant mixture of hard and soft, hot and cold. From the darkest of Sweden they come brave and bold. The group even pitched in a slow song for those sultry moments!

Brick are not shy at having something to say; “Listeners should prepare themselves for a fast paced roller coaster. You can step off at the tunnel of love …and get on that roller coaster again. Feel the agony of loosing when you are used to winning. Have a boot to DJT’s ass. Pay for eternity. We all lost someone. We all had someone. Young minds get old fast in the horrors of war. If you want it, get it. Chemical romances clearly fade.”

Done Counting My Scars is a natural continuation of the bands well received debut album Faceless Strangers from 2016. The album was recorded and mastered at Shimmer Studios, Ljungby Sweden by Dennis Åhman. Cover art by Natalie Strömberg.

Done Counting My Scars | Released September 15th, 2020 on Sliptrick Records

Track Listing:
01. Done Counting My Scars | 02. Americas First | 03. Beloved Congregation | 04. Lifes Like | 05. One Less Day | 06. Shy Of Seventeen | 07. I Am War | 08. No.1 Fan | 09. Taking Turns | 10. Turn To Gray

Brick are:
Johan Hultgren – Vocals | Matte Lilja – Guitar | Dado Hrnic – Drums | Erik Göransson – Bass | Fredrik Finnander – Guitar | Gustav Widerquist – Keyboards

Band links: Official Website | Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | On Sliptrick

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  1. sonicperspectives.com

    Though it’s sort of off on its own in terms of its stylistic identity, it will likely appeal to fans of more aggressive power metal such as Falconer and more straightforward acts like Sabaton and Ravenous. Brick is not necessarily a band that has reinvented the wheel so much as they’ve come out with a unique version of it that is near impossible to mistake for any of the other models out there, but its ultimately one that works with most car models …read more

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