Adec21

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About Adec21

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  • Birthday 07/06/1990

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  • Favorite Genre
    Progressive Metal
  • Favorite Artist
    Thrice
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    MP3/320

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  1. At the start of Left Alone I thought it wouldn’t interest me to be honest, then I was very surprised.. There’s a nice featuring from Kirby the beast and their vocalist is also very solid. If the rest of the album have a similar sound it sure is not usual metalcore.
  2. I'm pretty sure it's meant to be cheesy af... haha When you get skrrttt at the end of a song I'm pretty sure you don't take the lyrics to seriously. The instrumentals are crazy good as usual.
  3. Such an amazing band. They’ve always reminded me of OH, Sleeper, but even more complete. I’m glad the vocalist did what I was hoping for on this track... More LOWS!! He has such good lows, man.... It was really the only thing lacking for me personally on their latest album.
  4. Indeed. I’m not really into “metalcore” anymore, but these guys sure are apart of my list of exceptions.
  5. It’s all a matter of opinion, and I see why you would think so. It was still some great stuff, but I personally think that to keep a glimpse of your roots is always a good thing.
  6. I really enjoy the new album, but I’m in my car at the drive-in cinema right now and I just listened to man of the year for the 1000+ times and sadly, it’s just a reminder of how Mothership is superior to me. Tilian was at his best range wise. Those harsh clean parts were the shit... I really don’t get why he decided to completely remove this from the whole album this time around. It’s not like he did this to let all the place to Jon which is underused a lot in my opinion. Don’t get me wrong tho, the new album is still a delight, but I just wish there were more vocals and heavier parts like in Mothership.
  7. ahhh my favorite band delivers a banger once again. I saw them live in montreal and they’re just amazing all around. ❤️❤️❤️
  8. I do feel it’ll have to grow on me more than their last release, but there’s some stellar songs. I do miss the harsher vocals Tilian used on Mothership, but he does an amazing job as always. I do feel Jon and Tilian don’t complete each other as well as they did on past albums, but there’s some songs where they do it better than ever before, like on Bloodsucker for exemple. Instrumentally it’s as solid as always, also lyrically it’s what you expect from a DGD album. I’d give it a 8.5/10. I’d certainly not call if AOTY. Greyhaven has the lead for me personally as we speak.
  9. oh shit! I still jam their previous album all the time. I was wondering if these guys were still around! I’m glad they are..
  10. goddamn... I dunno where that dude comes from, but he could easily become my favorite vocalist of all time. haha He’s freaking awesome...
  11. It was indeed a very solid re-recorded album, you’re right.
  12. best thing these guys release since Creation/Destruction
  13. That’s how hundredth should have done it. Mellow but heavy af at the same time.
  14. What exactly was bad from an album with powerful lyrics, good instrumentals and vocals for that genre?!