WATCH: Razorback plays for Red Horse Beer Rockoustic Sessions

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For the second installment of Red Horse Beer Rockoustic Sessions, Filipino rock band Razorback strips their sounds of all things electronic.

Manila (CNN Philippines Life) — Razorback, though formed in 1990, is as relevant today as they were then. Having started as a cover band playing Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Black Sabbath, and Iron Maiden, the band is now better known for its high intensity performances and genre-spanning range.

Kevin Roy (vocals), Tirso Ripoll (guitar), Manuel Legarda (guitar), Louie Talan (bass), and Brian Velasco (drums) are currently brand ambassadors of Red Horse Beer and are part of its ongoing series Rockoustic Sessions, where Pinoy rock bands strip their sounds of all things electronic.

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Razorback plays 2006 single "(Lucky, Lovin') Rabid Tongue," "Voodoo Hoodoo" from the album "Stars," and "Giyang," one of the first songs they wrote. The last one is especially fitting because it talks about drinking and loosely translates to "wrecked" — or as the kids like to call it, "rekt."