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Press release:

DeVicious and Metalapolis Records are proud to announce the 2nd DeVicious Album “REFLECTIONS”. The album will be release on March 1st 2019 on CD, VINYL and DIGITAL. The first pressing of “REFLECTIONS” will be a limited edition digipak which includes 2 bonus tracks. The only ballad on the album and the radio version of the upcoming single “Never Let You Go” which features none other than the one and only Åge Sten Nilsen (Ammunition / WIG WAM). Both bonus tracks will be available as download for the vinyl-version of the album.
Including bonus tracks the album runs approximately 60 minutes. You can exclusively preorder the album in our band shop now - including free shipping worldwide. More information will follow over the next weeks!

 

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enjoyed the debut, so looking forward to hearing samples of his followup

 

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First song from the album released.

 

 

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Seems like a quick turnaround by these guys, has it even been a full year since the debut was released?  The debut had a couple of nice tracks and this new song sounds pretty good as well. 

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New song featuring Åge Sten Nilsen.

 

 

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Good song!

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Yeah, super quick turnaround. I liked the debut a bit and the new song is nice too. Good luck to 'em. 

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