Beast completes a series of successful shows at CMJ, and Soul Mag has some words of praise

Beast’s self-titled debut conjures images of a bad-ass lone warrior masterfully fighting his way through a shitload of his enemies in some yet-the-be-written anime/martial arts classic. A combination of trip-rock rhythms, otherworldly vocals, and an injection of spaghetti western guitar riffs all work perfectly together to create the group’s wonderfully gritty sound. But forget all the catchy phrases about their sound being different, innovative, and the rest; though it is exactly that and then some. The real point here is that they are just plain good at what they do…

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