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The Clauberg Opera

Charging themselves using the admittedly trial of developing a progressive punk group, the Clauberg Opera emerged together in Hull, England, in 2002. Inspired with a wide-ranging band of rings previous and present (including such brands as the Get rid of, Neurosis, Oasis, and Crass), the Clauberg Opera released their initial collection, a five-track EP entitled The Loss of life of This Town, in 2004. Written based on the rather obscure Danish film motion Dogme 95, their leading EP was shortly accompanied by another “nearly full-length,” the 2006 seven-track EP Build the Abomination. In 2007, today area of the Sound Devastation Information family members, the Clauberg Opera released their debut record, New Folk Devils.

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