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Album of the Month APRIL 2015

For the second month in a row, we have two album of the month. Two very different albums was battling it out neck and neck to get the first spot.

American Worms of the Earth is no stranger when it comes to winning here at Brutal Resonance, grabbing the Album of the Year #8 back in 2013 with the album 'Azal'ucel'. With 'Sitra Achra', the first Album of the Month is also won.

Kite was also on the Album of the Year list in 2013 with their last EP, 'V', just behind Worms of the Earth on the #10 spot. With their pompous alternative electronic music, 'VI' might be on of their best so far.
March 2015

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