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Master Manipulator

by Native Daughters

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Ryan Knapp
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Ryan Knapp Master Manipulator seasons the post-metal domain with innovative progressions. It’s sculpted of glistening moments, chiseled by its dual drum kits, and leaves an enthralling post-metal vista in its wake. My full write-up can be read here: fromcornersunknown.com/2016/04/22/native-daughters-master-manipulator/ Favorite track: Sleep Lump.
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prothopectore the single best complete album of my life so far. seriously. no favorite track, they all sorta seamlessly just rock on into the next track so it's just like one big blissful sonic experience;) real sound. appreciate everyone involved in this masterpiece. it's a real treat to get to listen to.
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Zhakathoom Thanks to Soshanna for bringing this to my attention. Bought the vinyl so that I can have this fantastic piece of cover art proudly on display in my livingroom.
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released April 6, 2016

Thomas Chagolla-Drums, Keys
Justin Hackl-Guitar
Colin Madden-Drums, Samples
Eddies Maestas-Guitar
Gene Martinez-Bass

nativedaughters.bandcamp.com

sailorrecords.com

All songs written and performed by: Native Daughters. Except our pick slides. Dave hated our pick slides and did those for us. We’re not good at pick slides.
Guitar on “Goodnight Little B” Justin Hackl
Guitar on “Master Manipulator” Eddie Maestas

Recorded, mixed, mastered, and engineered in Denver, CO at Flatline Audio during that really rainy month of May in 2015 by: Dave Otero www.flatlineaudio.com

Produced by: Dave Otero, Native Daughters

Cover Art and layout: Paul Romano www.workhardened.com

Thank you: Dr. Ross at Sailor Records, Dave Otero at Flatline Audio, Paul Romano, and all who continue to show their support of this band.

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Native Daughters Denver, Colorado

Native Daughters’ sound packs many of the body blows from heavy, riff-based post-metal. But it also draws melodies and rhythmic tension from the cream of the mid-90s emo/postpunk crop. There are a few of the twinkly guitar leads and crushing breakdowns which are hallmarks of these divergent styles. Equal parts blunt force trauma and tense,you won’t know what hit you, but you’ll be glad that it did ... more

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