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Aria

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  1. How does this compare to 9.0 Live?
  2. HELLO KINDLY LOOKING FOR KB TOMORROW WE REBEL DROPPING ON THE 22TH THIS MONTH

     

    1. LKA

      LKA

      OKAY BUT ONLY IF YOU STOP SHOUTING

  3. I can't ever agree with anyone that can muster the self-righteousness to ever think they can somehow determine if someone is a "true fan" or not. Just because someone appreciates a band's later material more than their previous doesn't make them any less of fan. Get over yourself.
  4. You guys that are quoting my entire post are wild.
  5. I've had a few days with this album and I wanted to come up with the best response to it that I could before I posted anything. Matriarch is one of my favorite records I've ever listened to. Before that, Veil of Maya had a permanent spot in the "don't give a shit" pile. I saw a teaser for Mikasa on Facebook and, as it was 15 seconds long, I looked at it. It just showed a little screaming and most of the chorus. I was totally astounded by how intrigued by it that I was. When the album came out, I listened, and loved, every single song. Not only did i enjoy the record, but Matriarch became one of my favorite albums of all time. Years passed and, like any other fan, I wanted more music. I knew that, for me, Veil of Maya wouldn't be able to make anything better than Matriarch and I was okay with that. I just wanted more music. Fast forward 2 years; new Veil of Maya single, "Overthrow." I listened to it a good bit, I really liked it; it wasn't Matriarch-level good. But, it was good. Following that, "Doublespeak" came out. At first, I was pretty meh on it. I listened to it maybe once or twice and was like "okay, cool." I have a history with severe anxiety and depression; and the same day that this album showed up in my email, me and my long-time significant other almost split up. I was so torn up all day, crying and sobbing everywhere like a baby. I've put so much of my life and effort into my relationship and I honestly couldn't bare the thought of losing them. That night, I couldn't sleep; thoughts and the aforementioned anxiety and depression were eating at me. I thought about my life and all that I had done and I felt so shitty; I felt like I was as low as I could get. I felt like I was nothing but a fuck-up and wouldn't amount to much. We've all been there. In that sleeplessness, I decided I would give this album a listen, I figured the heaviness would help me cope with my emotions. I went through it and most of it was mildly forgettable, likely due to my mood. Then I ran into "Manichee"... Now before I continue, let me show you some lyrics from that song. This was one of those cases where your first listen of a song immediately puts you madly in love with it. After my day, and in addition to how I felt about myself with the depression/anxiety; and I admit, suicidal thoughts, and this song... no... these words were exactly what I needed that night. It could have been divine intervention; it could have been coincidence. But, I felt so much stronger after that. Following that, I re-listened to this album with renewed breath and open eyes; and I am so happy to report that I love every song on this album. I won't feed you any "this song/album saved my life", because it didn't. It wasn't that serious. But I will tell you that there still is magic in music. It had been so long since a song or album has touched me in an emotional way and I am so happy it could be this one. I don't expect anyone to really read this. I just wanted to share. Anyway, thanks! This album is great!
  6. In my honest opinion, this is really hard to listen to. I've not been a fan of anything Deuce has put out ever. Really not sure why I keep giving him a chance.
  7. These singles have been really awesome so far. I'm so happy to see these guys stretching beyond the usual anger-focused lyrics and trending toward a more positive message. I'm definitely excited for this!
  8. I'm a huge fan of Cane Hill. Their previous release was wonderful to listen to. Great nu-metal revival, imo. That said, the instruments are MEAN in this track. I fucking love it! The lyrics and flow of the chorus are a little messy, however. I can't wait for the album accompanied by this.
  9. I LOVE this album. I had never listened to NF before this record; I'm now going back through all of his material because I was so impressed by this album. Thank you so much for this!
  10. I've been waiting for this! Thank you!
  11. I never heard these guys before! I dig this. Thanks!
  12. Yessssssssss.
  13. How else to get into the spirit of spoopy Halloweeeeennn OOOOooooOOOOoooOOOOoooo (those are ghost sounds)
  14. Release - September 27, 2017 Genre - Pop, Compilation, Spoop Quality - MP3, 320 kbps CBR Tracklist: 1. The Jacksons – This Place Hotel (a.k.a. Heartbreak Hotel) 2. Michael Jackson – Thriller 3. Michael Jackson – Blood on the Dance Floor 4. Rockwell – Somebody's Watching Me 5. Michael Jackson – Dirty Diana 6. The Jacksons – Torture 7. Michael Jackson – Leave Me Alone 8. Michael Jackson & Janet Jackson – Scream 9. Michael Jackson – Dangerous 10. Michael Jackson – Unbreakable 11. Michael Jackson – Xscape 12. Michael Jackson – Threatened 13. Michael Jackson – Ghosts 14. Michael Jackson – Blood on the Dance Floor x Dangerous (The White Panda Mash-Up) Downloads Support! Facebook / iTunes
  15. This is fantastic! Thank you!