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Tuesday 3rd February 2009

And Then There Were None fuse Euro dance and punk rock

TOOTH & NAIL band And Then There Were None will release their new album 'Who Speaks For Planet Earth?' in March. Once known for metal riffs, ATTWN have reinvented themselves mixing Euro dance beats with punk rock. Said frontman Matt Rhoades, "Eventually I ran out of ideas for writing metal music and began to write what came more naturally. To me, dance music is positive, and still incredibly emotionally based. There are no rules or norms and this allowed me more creative freedom in the writing process. I finally feel as though ATTWN has found its own unique sound." CR

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