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  1. 9 points
    Hey guys, made my own artwork since I don't like this original one. What do you think?
  2. 3 points
    Thoughts & Prayers is one of the best songs they've ever done, definitely the highlight of the album for me and an instant go to song
  3. 1 point
    Leaked Release - May 24, 2019 Genre - Hip-Hop/Rap Quality - MP3, 320 kbps CBR/FLAC Tracklist: 1. It Ain't Easy, It Ain't Easy (feat. Flatbush Zombies, Nyck Caution, Kirk Knight, CJ Fly & AK) 2. Left Hand (feat. Joey Bada$$, Flatbush Zombies, Nyck Caution, The Underachievers, Kirk Knight & CJ Fly) 3. Problemz (feat. Erick The Architect, Nyck Caution, The Underachievers, CJ Fly & Zombie Juice) 4. Far Away (feat. Joey Bada$$, Erick The Architect, Meechy Darko, Nyck Caution & Kirk Knight) 5. Snow In The Stadium (feat. Joey Bada$$, Erick The Architect, Meechy Darko, Kirk Knight, CJ Fly & Issa Gold) 6. Rubberband (feat. Joey Bada$$ & Flatbush Zombies) 7. Distance (feat. Joey Bada$$, Erick The Architect & Issa Gold) 8. Bones (feat. Flatbush Zombies, Nyck Caution, The Underachievers & Kirk Knight) 9. Puke (feat. Joey Bada$$, Erick The Architect, Meechy Darko, Nyck Caution & AK) 10. Desperado (feat. Joey Bada$$, Meechy Darko, Kirk Knight & Zombie Juice) 11. One More Round (feat. Joey Bada$$, Erick The Architect, Meechy Darko & Nyck Caution) 12. Coast/Clear (feat. Joey Bada$$, Flatbush Zombies, Nyck Caution, Kirk Knight & Issa Gold) 13. Last Choir (feat. Erick The Architect, Meechy Darko, Nyck Caution, Kirk Knight & AK) Downloads Support! Facebook / iTunes
  4. 1 point
    It's embarrassing watching people attempting to "critique" bands such as Motionless in White or I Prevail, especially when it's within the context of "when they used to be good X albums ago". This is the band they've ALWAYS been. They are an unapologetically cheesy metalcore band. That's who they were on their first album and it's who they are now. They were not Deafheaven 3 albums ago. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with loving cheesy metalcore bands, I love lots of em myself. I'm also not saying that you can like one variation of this band while disliking another, but when you start making proclamations about the "glory days" of a band like this as if they used to be at the forefront of progression, it's just sad.
  5. 1 point
    @Stasz18 glad someone else made the skillet comparison, honestly was the first thought i had when i heard it
  6. 1 point
    I think Legacy is my favorite. I hope it’s a single.
  7. 1 point
  8. 1 point
    sharing 1st impression of the songs nobody heard yet >Electronics on Code gave off Celldweller vibes and that was alright >Thoughts and Prayers + Another Life are real good >Broadcasting is pretty quirky and neat sort of a musical version of all the cool goth art you see on ig/tumblr >Headache felt like a nod to 90s/2000s nu metal. I was wondering when they were gonna do an original of that style after seeing them cover SOAD/LP/etc. >Wasn't impressed by Legacy, generic arena type song. >Catharsis = ok sort of like Hourglass from last album Think its a good album but I wish they got a heavier more often and had more screams/growling
  9. 1 point
    I ended up voting for EtS, but this month had quite a few releases that I thoroughly enjoyed: Aaron West, Warforged, AngelMaker, Flying Lotus. Denzel Curry, Carousel Kings, Kurt Travis, WVNDER, Diamond Construct, etc. Really, really enjoyed the Vale of Pnath EP and Daybreak EP's too.
  10. 1 point
    This used to be one of my favorite bands when I was younger, but I just couldn’t get into the last few albums. So far I’m really enjoying this. My favorite song so far is “Where we’re you when the sky opened up.” The guitar and rhythm sounds similar to Angels & Airwaves to me.
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