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  1. Where to start... I've listened to this about 3-4 times in full now, and this album really is not as bad as people are saying, and I was was pretty 50/50 about how they were gonna pull it off. BMTH were always going to take this path, they said that after they released TTS, so nobody should be surprised. I think they pulled this off really well. Even songs like Nihilist Blues grew on me way quicker than I thought, I just wasn't a fan of the interludes, I really don't see the need for them being here at all. And the intro was a bit of a let down just compared to Doomed and how massive that intro was. Although they have scrapped a majority of "heavy" parts from their songs, this doesn't stray too far from TTS, or their own sound that you can tell it's BMTH. Massively surprised by this, experimental and each song holds another surprise around the corner. Favourite Tracks: - why you gotta kick me when i'm down? - sugar honey ice & tea - heavy metal - in the dark 7.5/10
  2. I love how every Bring Me release just cops so much shit, then people end up loving it. I even remember how many people used to shit on "There Is A Hell..." because of the change in sound and now people love it Same even for Suicide Season when that came out. And I bet even That's The Spirit has grown on most people too And it's even funnier because people are acting surprised at the sound when they've been saying they were gonna do it for over a year lmao. It's certainly not the most amazing release they've had, and sure it's a lot "poppier" But I'm keen to listen to the album whole, because every Bring Me album is the same for me, I love it after a few listens as a whole as most songs compliment each other pretty well. I just hope they mix it up and add some things that make it "Bring Me" styled - like "Doomed" did, cause I really hope it just doesn't turn into an average pop record when they're so much more than that.
  3. That's your opinion lmao. And yes it is unfinished haha, he is dead. He didn't have time to fully complete/add anything/release the album himself. Hence why most of the songs are a snippet on a loop.
  4. I don't see why people are taking this album so seriously like "this is so short" "this is crap and unfinished" lol. 17 was 20 minutes long, and ? was 32 minutes; but had double the tracks, that's just how X made his songs. I loved X and a majority of his music, most of these songs are cool, but half of them seem unfinished, because they are. And that's why I feel like this should just be viewed as an album of the last songs he ever got to make, not complaining about how short it is etc etc... If X was still alive, 90% of Skins would be so different, which is sad but what else can you really do but enjoy what he has left. I wouldn't even rate it, or say its good or bad, because I don't think that's even fair considering it's essentially not even his album.
  5. Catchy as fuck. The only part I find weird is the lead-up to the breakdown with the claps. But I know it'll grow on me But as a whole, this is a strong song. People are just always gonna hate on Bring Me cause it's become the norm to hate on them. Gotta love internet culture.
  6. Doomsday: good song but eh (6/10) Feels Like I'm Dying: grew on me (7.5/10) Holier Than Heaven: solid tune, gives me a little Youngbloods vibe (8/10) Burn Alive: 50/50 at the moment, bit boring (5/10) Misery: nothing amazing, but that break in the middle is cool as fuck (6/10) Kick Rocks: chorus is huge, catchy af (8/10) Black Cloud: tune, breakdown is hard EHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH noise is nice (8/10) D.I.E: i don't really like the spelt out lyrics cause they feel a bit dragged out in some parts, but the chorus makes up for it (7/10) Drag The Lake: this just gives me Severedties vibes in some parts and I fucking love it, best song so far (10/10) Beltsville Blues: good song but again nothing amazing (6.5/10) Set Me Free: sound effects are kinda unnecessary, but they work real well at the same time, i like it, and that breakdown/solo at the end is 100% severedties feels holy FUCK (9/10) The GIfthorse: very chill, real good way to end the album though. I've always wanted an Amity song like this, works so well. (8.5/10) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Overall, this album is a lot better than I expected, wow. While it isn't amazing, it's a lot better than the past 2 albums they have released as a whole. I've been a massive fan of Amity since Severedties came out, and honestly from Youngbloods-TCBHB it has kinda been a downhill slope, just because It was the same recycled album/formula with the same/similar lyrics. And everyone asked for a change, and they did, and they did it well. There's no part of the album that feels like they went "too over the top" and it doesn't stray too far from Amity's sound, but holds a lot more energy because it's something fresh. And I feel like even the songs I gave a lower rating will grow on me even more after a couple of listens, but there isn't any track on the album that I consider "awful", it's just that they don't stand for much on their own. Keen to give this a couple more spins.
  7. This is a banger. Not the most amazing track i've ever heard, but I'm so excited for the rest of the album because I know it will provide a bunch of surprises like TTS did. I loved TTS and it completely grew on me, and such a more mature move in sound. Anyone saying 'wHy DoN'T ThEy MaKe anOthEr cOunT YoUr BlesSinGs oR SuiCidE sEaSoN" - because when they wrote those albums they were literally 16-20 years old, and they had no experience in writing music lol. And I bet most people who originally hated on their new sound are people that now love it and bump it heaps, it's just one of those things that takes a couple listens because you are stuck expecting to hear some screaming and heavier music.
  8. Yeah this album is getting more and more promising each single and teaser I hear. Doomsday didn't wow me a lot, but everything else I have heard since has me super keen. This reminds me of Youngbloods a bit, and I love it.
  9. Chill album. Chigga doin Chigga. No complaints.
  10. 10. Gideon - Cold 9. Jaden Smith - SYRE 8. Vince Staples - Big Fish Theory 7. Every Brockhampton Album 6. Neck Deep - The Peace And The Panic 5. Code Orange - Forever 4. J.I.D - The Never Story 3. Tyler The Creator - Scum Fuck 2. Joey Badass - All Amerikkkan Badass 1. Kendrick - DAMN
  11. I like how some people are just like "lol" or "shit" before even listening - just because it's Jaden Smith? For a majority of the music he's put out - it's actually been pretty impressive. And this album is fucking beautiful as a whole. Was so keen for this to drop and I think he killed it. And especially for the fact that is he 19 YEARS OLD - this is pretty damn good compared to some artists his age.
  12. People take Attila too seriously, wow. Of course their lyrics/music isn't going to be the best, but fuck; you can't deny it's fun to listen to when they drop an album. In saying that, this is probably one of their better songs in a while.
  13. *Line about having money* "OOH" *Line about having bitches* "OOH" ~ Nah lol, I can't say I really "like" Lil Pump, like musically he is horrible; but it's good just for hype music depending what mood you're in.
  14. Yeah. This is AOTY material. One of their best albums (if not their best). So good.
  15. Fun album. Expecting nothing less from Uzi. Bangers. He's never gonna be a "serious" rapper. Killed it
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