hodephinitely

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About hodephinitely

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    Post-Hardcore
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  1. This was super hard - I feel like there's only really been one absolutely incredible album released this year, a few good ones and then some with decent tracks but overall mediocre to terrible (I'm looking at you, bottom three). That Narco Debut album blew my mind when I heard it (mostly by accident - thanks Spotify for actually doing something good). Do yourself a favour and give it a spin if you haven't yet. 1. Narco Debut - Strange & Ever-Changing Depths 2. Periphery - Periphery IV: HAIL STAN 3. Dayseeker - Sleeptalk 4. Noah Gundersen - Lover 5. Wage War - Pressure 6. Emarosa - Peach Club 7. Commonwealth - Everyone Around Us 8. Issues - Beautiful Oblivion 9. Dayshell - Mr Pain 10. Jimmy Eat World - Surviving
  2. Just discovered this band by accident (thanks Spotify, normally I hate you but you came through this time) - loving it!
  3. Came across the KEXP session for this before hearing the album, it's rad:
  4. It's really frustrating and disappointing (again) because technically they're excellent, especially the drummer, but the songwriting is just so poor. Their first two albums still remain the best. Since then they've always sounded like a high school band trying their best to be heavy and it never quite worked for me.
  5. Fuck me. So I guess 2019 is the year of selling out and releasing pop songs. How many more bands are gonna throw their hat in the "generic, turgid pop-core" ring? Sling in some synths, a dash of hardcore and some chopped up vocals and you've got yourselves a single.
  6. Didn't particularly love the last single, but I feel like this one is even weaker and the new guy is trying to sound more like JC, especially in the verses. Edit: also doesn't that breakdown just after the 2 minute mark sound like Tapping Out to anyone else?
  7. Bleed Out and Be Nice are massive - not fussed on the others...
  8. Not really feeling the vibe. The only songs I liked/wasn't forced to skip were Tapping Out, Second Best and Beautiful Oblivion. Your Sake was okay but not really my jam.
  9. Am I the only one who thinks the cleans are a bit of a letdown here? Especially the lyrics - feels like a lot of clichés.
  10. *Glances nervously at Chris Carrabba* Well this is awkward.
  11. I already prefer the new Plot In You album.
  12. First listen through - not really feeling it. I can tell I'll need to cut a few tracks like on the last album (definitely that second song, so weak). Rather See Your Star remains, as I was half expecting, the best track. I hope to god this *isn't* AOTY, that would spell a pretty shitty year for music. I have a feeling the hype train is carrying this one.
  13. (in order) Dayshell - Nexus Normandie - Inguz Napoleon - Newborn Mind Black Foxxes - I'm Not Well (EP is better though) Too Close To Touch - Haven't Been Myself Aesop Rock - The Impossible Kid The Word Alive - Dark Matter I See Stars - Treehouse (although half of the album can be disregarded, the other half is straight fire) Architects - All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us Decent, but not amazing (not in order): Adept - Sleepless Erra - Drift Saosin - Along the Shadow Issues - Headspace Asking Alexandria - The Black Beartooth - Aggressive (was super disappointed with this) Of Mice & Men - Cold World Letlive - If I'm The Devil...
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