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New Song From Double Dragon's Upcoming Debut Album Posted Online

Hailing from Adelaide, Australia, Double Dragon have played with bands of such calibre as Slayer, Arch Enemy, Soilwork, Mastodon, Dark Tranquillity, The Black Dahlia Murder, Kataklysm, and Cephalic Carnage. Their debut full-length album, titled "Devastator," is set to hit stores in July this year via Truth Inc Records. You can check out the demo of the song "Straight Into Hell" from the upcoming album on the band's MySpace page.

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1. Bubba513 writes:

f***ing A Grade Band

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2. Skript writes:

this band sucks.

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3. Did you say Double Dragon... writes:

I don't know about the band, but Double Dragon was a f\/cking killer game back in the day...

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4. Jimbob writes:

Amazing band, nothing beats a double dragon show

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5. CrawfordTexasJingoJango writes:

Hmm. Quite a name to live up to.

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6. n20verdose writes:

the old school double dragon for NES was the sh**! lol

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