by Viva La Burn

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FDJ There's a heavier feel to this compared to their Thrill Hammer EP, also the production is sharper and more focused. Shitloads of riffs with good vocals and really good songs are gonna keep me coming back to these guys Favorite track: Second Earth.
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Recorded at Red Rock Studios Wales Oct 2013 by Lyndon Price

Hi, Hope you enjoy the latest digital release from us! there doesn't seem to be an option for giving it free anymore so we've put it as low as we can.

Feel free to pirate and spread around, though it is only a dollar! Any money from the sales goes back into recording more material! And bandcamp is a cool site so...

Anyways enjoy

Viva La Burn


released November 13, 2013

Vocals - Chris Powell
Guitar - Joss Ingram
Bass - Gavin Jones
Drums - Neil Andrews

Cowbell on Sundown - Lyndon



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Viva La Burn Cardiff, UK

Cardiff based Heavy Rock Stoner band

Viva La Burn are a Cardiff based rock band. Taking influence from a wide spectrum of palettes. The heavy musical influences have origins dating to the late 1960s British rock scene, and grew in the deserts of the USA during the 80's and 90's. Expect valve amps cooking and loud drums with driven bass and a less than obvious vocal delivery. ... more

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Track Name: Second Earth
Second Earth

So we travelled 12 generations, just to start again
On ships toward a promised land
Leaving those of faith, and followers of teachings old
As they slept, we left them as the earth went cold


Second Earth, a second chance
Without the sin or guilt or God
Our only aim to live in peace
Without a superstitious thought

And though the second earth was new
With many lessons learnt in blood
We toil to build cities now without a stop
And no one here believes in God.

We mixed the blood until
There was no race but one
With nations and their borders blurred
So paradise begun