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Wednesday 13th July 2005

Scotland's Monte Cassino weigh in with 'Early Warning Signs' EP.

NEW SCOTTISH rock band Monte Cassino have released a four song EP, 'Early Warning Signs'. The band impressed many recently with their performance at Edinburgh's Frenzy event. The band are fronted by singer/guitarist Andy Darrat, who previously led popular grassroots band Aieris. All the members of Monte Cassino go to the Vine Church in Dunfermline.


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Posted by Euan Morrison in Dundee @ 18:14 on Feb 4 2006

saw these guys at Frenzy and they were very good. have finally found out what they are called and found their ep and it's awesome! still a touch of the old Aieris sound, and still great.

Posted by David Punter in Glasgow @ 22:04 on Sep 27 2005

I saw those guys at Frenzy - one of the best acts of the day. There EP rocks.

Posted by Laurence Keith in Sheffield @ 13:42 on Aug 4 2005

I have got their EP and i have to say its the best thing i've heard in the Christian scene since Kevin Prosch's 'Palanquin', or early Delerious? material. Most Christian music lacks punch, and this provides that a plenty.


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