Mexican post-punk act Schrödinger back with mini live album ‘Live from Hell’
Out now is a limited live-recording for the Mexican post-punk act Schrödinger, composed of Carlos and Ernesto Carapia. This limited EP features 5 tracks from the band’s debut album in very different live-versions and an acoustic rendering of “Eden”.
The songs included are “Eden (Acoustic)”, “Slow Death”, “Fallen”, “Bloody Eyes” and “Last Night”. Check out “Slow Death” below.
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