March 19, 2010

La Vida Non Vale Nada

Band: Boris
Album: Live at Roadburn 2008 Bootleg
Origin: Japan (Tokyo)
Genre: Punk, Metal, Experimental, Drone
Year: 2008

It's going to be my first Roadburn this year, so I decided to post some Roadburn related material. It's only natural for me to start with some Boris. The quality of this recording isn't that bad, but you can hear people speaking on it (which you might find disturbing). Enjoy!

Set:
1) Buzz-In/Shoot!/Pink
2) Message/ Floor Shaker
3) My Neighbor Satan
4) My Neighbor Satan Outro
5) You Were Holding An Umbrella
6) Untitled

Boris - Live At Roadburn 2008 Bootleg

5 comments:

Darsh said...

Thank you!!!

The Whale said...

No problem, it's Boris!

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kirstyb said...

sounds fun xxxx

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