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  1. Darkness is some controversial shit. Real as fuck though. Em just proving once again why he is the Rap God
  2. I'm a bit late to the party on this. Let me start off by saying I absolutely despised every album they have put out. To me it's been the same mainstream, obnoxious, teeny-bopper trash from the bottom of the barrel that only a 13 year old could enjoy. It's for that very reason I didn't bother to check out their singles. So this popped up on my feed and I figured let's give it a shot and holy fucking shit am I glad I did. I checked out Drugs after listening to this as well. Obviously the musical talent is there and Ronnie is clearly both a fucking good vocalist and lyricist, so their studio albums makes even less sense to me now. Popular Monster and Drugs are two of the best songs I have heard in a while. I can feel the passion in the music and the lyrics are deep as fuck. These songs are structured fantastically and the rap is blended perfectly. Ronnie clearly has some bars. If they can keep making darker, harder and meaningful music like this I will follow these guys for life. I sure hope they don't go and fuck up this new found opinion I have for them by making the same trash they have been putting out since their inception. I would love to see them release another dark track like Popular Monster that has Eminem spitting some rhymes. A Popular Monster version of Eminem's Darkness track if you will. Will be keeping my eye (and my ears) on these guys for the time being.
  3. The last album was pretty disappointing. This is much better
  4. First thing I thought when listening to the single is Divine Heresy, especially the drums and guitars.
  5. Fuck knows. It is average post hardcore at best. I mean to each their own yes, but I agree with the comment that was made that these albums got here because of popularity and not for what they actually are. Truly great metal albums won't win if they aren't mainstream enough. There were albums that are surely far more deserving to be here. Take Atonement for example. Musically it was an amazing, well written record and probably KSE's strongest album to date. At least that piece of trash bmth record didn't win. Happy about that. I didn't vote in the final round, but if I had to choose I would have gone with Slipknot even though it's one of their weaker albums to me personally.
  6. The Our Hollow, Our Home vibes is strong in this one
  7. 1. As I Lay Dying - Shaped by Fire 2. Killswitch Engage - Atonement 3. Any Given Day - Overpower 4. Saint Asonia - Flawed Design 5. Wage War - Pressure 6. Slipknot - We Are Not Your Kind 7. Abigail Williams - Walk Beyond The Dark 8. Versus Me - Continuous 9. Of Virtue - What Defines You 10. Insomnium - Heart Like A Grave
  8. Too much Throwdown / Hatebreed for me
  9. Hmmm gonna check this out for the collabs on here. Personally don't like Hatebreed and I think Jasta is a fucking asshole with a big mouth
  10. Some quality shit yet again. Era was a total banger. This is just as solid.
  11. Haven't listened to it yet but how does it compare to In The Shadow of a Thousand Suns? Into the Ashes and Into the Cold Wastes are my fav tracks by them. They're such juicy and atmospheric tracks, not to mention the drums on those tracks are just insane.
  12. Heavy? Sorry but this ain't heavy. Plenty of Deathcore bands much much heavier than this. For me personally SS just ain't SS without Mitch.
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