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Repetitor Releases New Album "Dobrodošli Na Okean"

Moonlee Records is happy to present the second album “Dobrodošli na okean” by Serbian act Repetitor. The label also comments:

"The album delivers nine tracks of cross-genre ecstasy, packed in a powerful, rocking-your-guts-out interplay of instruments, vocals, and the distinctive wall of sound they create together. Attempts to find a direct musical influence may prove to be a difficult task, but an attentive listener will recognize similarities with variety of bands, from early Mudhoney, Šarlo Akrobata, Fugazi, Sonic Youth, Pixies and early Nirvana all the way to Black Sabbath or even Suicide. That may sound irreconcilable at first, but Repetitor does it with ease and brings a sonic experience that can hardly be more enjoyable. Heavy and high-energy blend of garage rock, post-punk and everything in between."

You can stream the album below or download it over at Bandcamp here. The track listing is:

1. Devojke idu u Minhen 02:25
2. Bicu bolji 02:09
3. Šteta 02:23
4. U pravom trenutku 04:21
5. Dostupni i laki 03:18
6. Lica 02:19
7. Oktobarski salon 01:52
8. Laka zabava 05:26
9. Pripazi na ljude 02:08

Repetitor also has the following upcoming tour dates:

13.12.2012 @ Iz neznanega podzemlja v živo na Radio Študent (SI)
14.12.2012 @ Ljubljana, Gala Hala (SI)
15.12.2012 @ Novo Mesto, Lokal Patriot (SI)
20.12.2012 @ Zagreb, Mochvara (HR)
21.12.2012 @ Škofja Loka, Rdeca Ostriga (SI)
22.12.2012 @ Celje, Kino Metropol (SI)
28.12.2012 @ Beograd, Drugstore (RS)
18.01.2013 @ Zabok, Zelena dvorana (HR)
19.01.2013 @ Velenje, eMCe (SI)
25.01.2013 @ Nova Gorica, Mostovna (SI)
26.01.2013 @ Murska Sobota, MIKK (SI)

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