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The Engines of Armageddon

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This "balls to the floor" power trio from Nottingham UK has just released their full length debut album.

Deeply political at times, hilarious at others Th'Engines have shown us the world is doomed but you can still crack another beer and watch it go tits up with a smile.

Influences including;
Roy Harper, DIO, The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Megadeth, AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, Black Sabbath, Jethro Tull, King Crimson, James Taylor, Death, Elf, Ronnie & the prophets and Meshuggah to name but a few. Read more on

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Future Hits 058: The Engines of Armageddon

October 1st, 2010

From: Nottingham
Sounds Like: A gaggle of Gregorian monks chanting in a smokey underground doom den.

Thrash Hits verdict: The UK doom scene has been bubbling away nicely over the last few years, with bands like Witchsorrow and Ramesses introducing whole new audiences to metal that’s as slow and crushing as it is bleak and evil. You can now add Midlands-based trio, The Engines of Armageddon, to that ever-growing list of underground filth you ought to know about. We pegged drummer/vocalist, Bill Fisher, to answer our questions.

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