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Stormtroopers of Death
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Rise of the Infidels
Review by Gary Hill
There used to be a time when punks and metal heads would literally fight each other. I’d like to think that Stormtroopers of Death were one of the bands that calmed the tide by giving fans some common musical ground.
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