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  1. This is gonna be the best release of this year for sure, the only thing that could top this would be Tool. HYPE HYPE HYPE
  2. I really hope this is like his last releases, the cover art of this album is garbage
  3. Oh god, so glad she is back, if y'all wondering what would it sound if Lana Del Rey was good, just listen to her, hopefully there's a new LP in the way.
  4. If you told me this is a FFAK b-side, i would believed you
  5. I was so hyped to hear something new from this band again, thanks
  6. Wow, someone really drop the ball there, a double album leaks a month in a half early, damn
  7. I voted for Daugthers, it was one of the most unique album/experience i've had listening to that thing, 10/10, but i didn't expect to came in fourth, now last year was a great year in music for me, but it was the most disappointing year for the big core releases, what a letdown (Beartooth, The Plot In You, Memphis May Fire, blessthefall, Of Mice & Men, Parkway Drive), but it had some surprises, 2018 was the year of Metal, Hip-Hop and Experimental music for me, Obscura, Beyond Creation, UADA, Portal, Horrendous, Inferi, Alterbeast, Judas Priest, Denzel Curry, Frontierer, Sectioned, The Armed, JPEGMAFIA, Kids See Ghosts, J.I.D, Deafheaven, Daughters were some of the highlights for me. I think Kingdom Leaks is much more of a core Scene community, i thougth the Ice Nine Kills was really good, and i enjoyed a great deal of the Fit For a King and Dance Gavin Dance, but the only big release i kept returning to, was The Silver Scream, great album. Architects were not bad, but it wasn't great either, it was meh. Heres to a great 2019 in music.
  8. This is a free release, just check their bandcamp page to get the album in any quality you want
  9. @dvsr i think there's nothing wrong in your comments, @BRDSX just thinks he's important here and that KL is some kind of platform for him, i remember when he starts to cry about nobody giving a damn about the albuns he share in here, kinda sad to be honest.
  10. This is their biography: "Multi­-state death metal project GRUESOME was born out of guitarist/vocalist Matt Harvey and drummer Gus Rios' mutual involvement with the Death To All tours (Harvey served as frontman for the original mini­-tour and Rios both performed “Baptized in Blood” and worked with DTA drummer Sean Reinert on the following US tour where Exhumed filled in as support). After discussing and discarding the idea of putting together another incarnation of DTA to focus exclusively on the first two albums, Harvey half­-jokingly suggested that the pair write their own songs in intentional homage to Death. It wasn't long before the idea gained traction, and the band soon had five tracks written. With Harvey writing in California, Rios recruited Possessed guitarist Daniel Gonzalez and Derketa bassist Robin Mazen to record the material in Florida, while Harvey tracked his vocals on the West Coast." Ed Repka is the artist behind the cover, the same artist that did a lot of Death covers in the past.
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