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VCTMS - Vol. II Inside The Mind (2017)

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Release - March 17, 2017
Genre - Groove Metal
Quality - MP3, 320 Kbps
*Purchased by @BRDSX*

Tracklist:
1. Sick // Tired (feat. Devin MacGillivray)
2. De/tached
3. Subdued
4. Demon // Limbs
5. Bitter // Relief (feat. Jay Webster)
6. Know & Loathe
7. The Relapse Process (feat. Darius Tehrani)
8. Death Perception (feat. Cade Armstrong & John Robert)
9. Seperation // Sickness (feat. Hunter Young)
10. I'm thinking of you all the while
11. Anesthetic
12. Strange // Sadness
13. Emptiness And Everything In Between

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I wonder where the "//" thing came from. Good album though, one of the few bands that still do the downtempo thing without being boring

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Listen to Silence - Dead Presidents. Track 9 is their front man, and also the front man of Culture Killer, he's a beast.

 

Oh yea, this album is badass.

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4 minutes ago, BRDSX said:

Opinion / Personal Preference day

Oh, so you meant to say I prefer this over Sworn In. Since, objectively, this is in no way better

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1 hour ago, BrickFace said:

Oh, so you meant to say I prefer this over Sworn In. Since, objectively, this is in no way better

>music

>"objectively better"

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1 minute ago, BrickFace said:

Is criticism on music always subjective? 

To a degree, yes. Definitely in this case.

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Nu-metalcore/downtempo? I don't give a fuck the genre you consider this album but we gotta admit this is AMAZING. The album is a total banger and those features are on point. I'm having such a fun time listening to this. Definitely will get a spot on my top March releases.

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