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Show added in Horst (Netherland)

Show added in Horst (Netherland)

Vrijdag 7 april @ Cafe Babouche, Horst a/d Maas COWARDS (paris) LIFESPITE PROBATION Eerste band: 21.00u Entree: €5,-
Spring 2017 TOUR

Spring 2017 TOUR

25.02.17 – Nantes w/ Ruines & Deathengine @ Scène Michelet 04.03.17 – Bressuire w/ Porc & Like pig on Ambers @ Salle Emeraude 18.04.17 – Paris – Mejej Fest 2 w/ Lord Humungus & The Prisoner @ Le cirque Electrique
Review on OX Fanzine

Review on OX Fanzine

Still Review update

Still Review update

http://www.darkentries.be/nl/recensies/cowards-still/ COWARDS – Still Cowards – Still http://www.metalnews.fr/chroniques/still http://metal.nightfall.fr/index_12201_cowards-still.html http://www.french-metal.com/chroniques/cowards.html#.WNPsQBLhBhB
Interview dans Le Fenec Magazine

Interview dans Le Fenec Magazine

Review in Terrorizer

Review in Terrorizer

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Interview in Rock hard Italy

Interview in Rock hard Italy

January 2017 Edition
"Still" in UnitedRockNations

“Still” in UnitedRockNations

Avec seulement 5 ans d’existence, les parisiens Cowards nous reviennent en cette fin 2016 avec un nouvel EP ”Still”, fraichement sorti (02/12). Déjà titulaires de deux albums (”Shooting Blanks and Pills” et ”Rise to Infamy”) et d’un EP (”Hoarder”), le
"still" in Wonderboxmetal

“still” in Wonderboxmetal

Cowards are a blackened hardcore band from France and this is their latest EP. I do so very much enjoy the work of Cowards. Their last album, 2015’s Rise to Infamy, was a tight ball of violent blackened extremity filled
cowards are featured on MetalSucks.net releases of the week!

cowards are featured on MetalSucks.net releases of the week!

“It’s kinda nuts, but MetalSucks favorites Cowards had even more awesome material than the ten jams that populated their 2015 juggernaut Rise To Infamy. But nearly 22 months later, here’s Still — three new cuts, two Rise-era cover songs —
Review on Metaltrenches.com

Review on Metaltrenches.com

What I Don’t Like: Initially I wasn’t floored by the opening or closing tracks, but they have grown on my quite a bit. “One Night In Any City” is much more experimental than anything else I have heard from the
Chronique dans W-Fenec #25

Chronique dans W-Fenec #25