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BASSIST WANTED FOR GNARLY METAL/HARDCORE BAND!

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Looking for a bassist based in the Harrogate/Leeds area. Needs to be able to play fast, heavy and generally nasty as flip. We've got links on the ad so you can see what we sound like, in a nutshell its somewhere between metal/hardcore and bits of extreme metal! If you fit the bill hit us up!

https://wearescum.bandcamp.com/music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDFdrtuDhZ4

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