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MUSIC

Biformity

by Shepherds the Weak

Released 2017
Released 2017
Old-school thrash metal from Hong Kong
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The first full-length album from Hong Kong metal heads, Shepherds The Weak.

2083 A.D.

by Shepherds the Weak

Released 2017
Released 2017
"2083 A.D." Is the second single off our upcoming album, "Biformity". The song was written in the most collaborative way out of all the album songs, and has clear influences from all the members of Shepherds The Weak.
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"2083 A.D.", as the rest of the album, has been mixed by Macoy Manuel at Tower of Doom. The cover art, which captures the essence of the song perfectly, is by Santino Baraquiel.

Black Rain

by Shepherds the Weak

Released 2017
Released 2017
Aggressive and angry, furious and fast.
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Online review: "From the very first chord to the last drum beat of their set this band are just superbly tight. In fact they are so awesome at what they do they could easily be on stage at any metal gig anywhere in the world and be pulling big crowds… They are definitely masters of the art of metal, f**k yeah we want more of them! Any Hong Kong metal heads that have not …
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Aeons

by Shepherds the Weak

Released 2013
Released 2013
One of the true heavyweights of the Hong Kong metal scene.
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Online review: "From the very first chord to the last drum beat of their set this band are just superbly tight. In fact they are so awesome at what they do they could easily be on stage at any metal gig anywhere in the world and be pulling big crowds… They are definitely masters of the art of metal, f**k yeah we want more of them! Any Hong Kong metal heads that have not …
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Strength in Numbers

by Shepherds the Weak

Released 2006
Released 2006
The first EP from one of the true heavyweights of the Hong Kong metal scene.
NOTES
Online review: "From the very first chord to the last drum beat of their set this band are just superbly tight. In fact they are so awesome at what they do they could easily be on stage at any metal gig anywhere in the world and be pulling big crowds… They are definitely masters of the art of metal, f**k yeah we want more of them! Any Hong Kong metal heads that have not …
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