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Bokassa - Divide & Conquer

On Saturday the 25th of March 2017 Bokassa's long awaited debut album Divide & Conquer will hit the stores. An album that have received loads of praise from all over the world.

This is what Merchants of Air wrote about the album:
Divide & Conquer is fundamentally an amalgamated synergy of an aggressive sonorous explosion, ready to announce the end of the world. With vigor, objectivity and seriousness, Bokassa displays a formidable musical intensity, that elaborates, dilates and expands a more refined and exploratory, but nonetheless brutal and grotesque, new form of wild rock.

And the UK based blog The Revival Music followed up:
March 25th see's the release of the bands debut full length album, and to give you a brief preview my exact words on first listen were OH.MY.GOD! Divide & Conquer delivers a sound of jaw dropping uniqueness that sums up perfectly the stoner punk term.

And lately the album received a 8,4/10 score at Radio Wow

The first 100 copies of the album are handnumbered and contains a signed insert.

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