Inferno Prince

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About Inferno Prince

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  • Favorite Genre
    Progressive Metal
  • Favorite Artist
    Linkin Park
  • Preferred Audio Format
    MP3/320
  1. Lune, Masamune, and Erised are the first few that come to my mind
  2. So I'm finally getting a chance to listen to this and dear shit I had high expectations yet the band STILL manages to knock me on my ass. This might knock PII off the pedestal of being my favorite Periphery record. I won't say it has yet, but it's already damn close. I'm surprised "Crush" hasn't gotten more love in the comments. I replayed that one a couple times after my initial go-through Start to finish though, this album is soooooo damn solid. It deserves the love it's getting, and so far it deserves the early AOTY claims. If tomorrow was January 1 2020, this gets AOTY in my book.
  3. All the respect and love in the world for Keith Flint. I was never a gigantic fan of The Prodigy but I can't question the fact that they were trailblazers, and the music world lost a true artist when he left us❤
  4. Wow.. I expected a better result for Silent Planet. Kinda glad DGD didn't win though, AS was Tillians weakest album. I don't mind Architects winning, Holy Hell was a banger.
  5. Ahhh the former Oceana, honestly I didn't think they were active anymore. This is a pleasant surprise.
  6. Man it's sad that I can't find anything to like about this album. Usually I can at least fall back on Mattys vocals but all the comments about him sounding flat are dead on. The whole thing sounds like they were on autopilot, and honestly I wouldn't be surprised if this is the last album they release.
  7. So glad to hear from this band again. They're so underrated it's not even funny. The Baralax is still a tick above this, but considering the bar this album had to reach they did a fantastic job.
  8. This album is everything I love about the metalcore genre done ridiculously well. SP isn't just a great band, they're a complete band. Lyrics and vocals, instrumentals, flow of the album, there are no weak spots. Before I heard this I really liked them, now I love them. If we voted on AOTY right now, this would get my vote, and it probably will in the end.
  9. Man when they said Brokencyde would never die, they meant it. Of all the scene day bands that have died off, how are these dudes still around?
  10. 10- The Lulls in Traffic - Rabbit in the Snare 9 - Kendrick Lamar - DAMN 8 - Falling in Reverse - Coming Home 7 - Northlane - Mesmer 6 - I The Mighty - Where The Mind Wants To Go/Where You Let It Go 5 - Eminem - Revival 4 - August Burns Red - Phantom Anthem 3 - The Contortionist - Clairvoyant 2 - Counterparts - You're Not You Anymore 1 - Linkin Park - One More Light OML made a giant leap on my rankings after the death of Chester, not purely from emotion, but because the context of the album took a drastic change when I realized it was basically his suicide note, and he managed to turn his pain into something beautiful one last time.
  11. Love the San Andreas inspired opening for the video. I dig this, the raspy vocals sound a bit like Chester Bennington. This is what Dangerkids could've/should've been
  12. Overall, this is an extremely solid effort. Feels like they really embraced the heavy aspect of their sound and diminished the frantic changes of pace that I've been used to from previous records. I am disappointed by the lack of a true ballad. I've always thought TBTB was at their best with piano/synth laden softer songs (Sadie, Your Reasons for example) and I was really hoping to hear one from the "new" vocalist. I Am Free is definitely my favorite. The dynamic between those two in that song is perfect, and the record as a whole does a brilliant job of bringing powerful drums that won't drown the rest of the music. This might be their best record to date. There are elements from previous albums that are missing but in their place is a strong, heavier attack that I think should be kept going forward. Maybe they exhausted the previous sound and wanted to move away from it, or maybe they just felt like changing. Either way, I'm glad one of my favorite bands could make a change in their sound and still bring it with such quality.
  13. Divided By Friday- Memoirs EP (2013) Settings- Elusion EP (Not sure of the year.. 2007 maybe?) Settings- Elusion Extended EP (I believe 2008) Red Letter Bullet - Of Kings and Crowns EP (2007)
  14. 1. Dance Gavin Dance- Mothership 2. Periphery III 3. Erra- Drift 4. Hands Like Houses- Dissonants 5. Architects - All Our Gods Have Abandoned US
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