Body Count feat. Ice-T

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Body Count feat. Ice-T

Come on come on, make some noise ...The legendary metal band with world-famous frontman Ice-T is returning to Amsterdam. In the early 90s this übergangster and guitarist Ernie C stood at the beginning of the metal and hip hop crossover movement. The band caused a lot of controversy by not holding back in any comments and for songs like 'KKK Bitch', 'Evil Dick' and especially the infamous 'Cop Killer' caused a stir in the United States. The album 'Manslaughter' from 2015 marked a glorious return of Body Count after eight years of silence, but the new album Bloodlust overrules this comeback. 

This sixth studio album sounds, like its predecessor, this album is uber solid and brutal with trashy riffs, guitar solos and angry vocals! Together with core member Ernie C, and a band that finally stayed together for a bit longer, Ice-T goes against the establishment and the violence in his home country the US. Get ready for a violent set and come out to scream along; I got my brain on hype, Tonight will be your night!

BODY COUNT - This Is Why We Ride (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

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Body Count feat. Ice-T

Max

Extended price € 40,90

Incl. € 36 ticket price for members

Incl. € 4,90 service fees


Excl. € 4 (month)/€ 25 (year) required membership

Excl. from € 0,50 transaction costs

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Body Count feat. Ice-T

Come on come on, make some noise ...The legendary metal band with world-famous frontman Ice-T is returning to Amsterdam. In the early 90s this übergangster and guitarist Ernie C stood at the beginning of the metal and hip hop crossover movement. The band caused a lot of controversy by not holding back in any comments and for songs like 'KKK Bitch', 'Evil Dick' and especially the infamous 'Cop Killer' caused a stir in the United States. The album 'Manslaughter' from 2015 marked a glorious return of Body Count after eight years of silence, but the new album Bloodlust overrules this comeback. 

This sixth studio album sounds, like its predecessor, this album is uber solid and brutal with trashy riffs, guitar solos and angry vocals! Together with core member Ernie C, and a band that finally stayed together for a bit longer, Ice-T goes against the establishment and the violence in his home country the US. Get ready for a violent set and come out to scream along; I got my brain on hype, Tonight will be your night!

BODY COUNT - This Is Why We Ride (OFFICIAL VIDEO)


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