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Daggers

Formed: 2007
From: Belgium
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Daggers News

Below is our complete Daggers news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Daggers Streaming Full Album

Throatruiner Records is now taking pre-orders for "It's Not Jazz, It's Blues," the new full-length from Belgian vicious punk/metal outfit Daggers.

Due out March 31st on transparent blue vinyl, the record is already available for full streaming, pre-order and free download at this location. The label also comments:

"During their five years of existence, Belgium's Daggers has worked hard on creating unique and singular records to forge a very personal sound. The new full-length 'It's Not Jazz, It's Blues' is an entire different animal than on their crust-infused hardcore previous releases, delivering twelve epic tracks that will drag you down to the bottom of the earth and shred the living out of you with the haste and anger of a thousand rusty swords. Captured in an organic live recording setting, 'It's Not Jazz, It's Blues' takes a hypnotic, noisy approach to the band's claustrophobic blend of punk and metal, more ruthless and vicious than ever." More...

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Daggers Streaming New Songs

Belgian vicious punk/metal outfit Daggers is now streaming two tracks from forthcoming album "It's Not Jazz, It's Blues." Give the tracks "Apex" and "Woolgatherer" a listen in the player below, courtesy of Cvlt Nation.

The twelve track LP is due out March 31st through Throatruiner Records, and the label also comments:

"During their five years of existence, Belgium's Daggers have worked hard on creating unique and singular records to forge a very personal sound. Their new full-length 'It's Not Jazz, It's Blues' is an entire different animal than on their crust-infused hardcore previous releases, delivering twelve epic tracks that will drag you down to the bottom of the earth and shred the living out of you with the haste and anger of a thousand rusty swords.

"Captured in an organic live recording setting, 'It's Not Jazz, It's Blues' takes a hypnotic, noisy approach to the band's claustrophobic blend of punk and metal, more ruthless and vicious than ever." More...

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Daggers To Release New Album

Belgian vicious punk/metal outfit Daggers has announced the forthcoming release of new album "It's Not Jazz, It's Blues," which is due out this spring through Throatruiner Records.

Like the band's previous releases, this album was recorded live and mixed by Ben Phillips then mastered by Magnus Lindberg (Cult Of Luna). This is the band's third full-length and the follow-up to 2011's "Euphoria" (Twelve Gauge Records/Holy Roar Records). Throatruiner Records also comments:

"During their five years of existence, Belgium's Daggers has worked hard on creating unique and singular records to forge a very personal sound. The new full-length 'It's Not Jazz, It's Blues' is an entire different animal than on their crust-infused hardcore previous releases, delivering twelve epic tracks that will drag you down to the bottom of the earth and shred the living out of you with the haste and anger of a thousand rusty swords. Captured in an organic live recording setting, 'It's Not Jazz, It's Blues' takes a hypnotic, noisy approach to the band's claustrophobic blend of punk and metal, more ruthless and vicious than ever." More...

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Daggers Signs To Anchors Aweigh, Posts New Song

Anchors Aweigh Records recently announced the signing of Belgian hardcore band DAGGERS. The band's debut full-length, "Along The Acheron," was recorded with Ben Philips

With this release the band is ready to take the next step up, a life dedicated to being on the road throughout Europe and Daggers will tour as much as possible to promote their debut.

A new song called "I owe you nothing" is up on Anchors Aweigh's MySpace player and Daggers MySpace page.

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