suckmywaifu

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About suckmywaifu

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  • Favorite Genre
    Metalcore
  • Favorite Artist
    Northlane
  • Preferred Audio Format
    FLAC

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  1. If I'm being honest the second half of Mesmer kinda morphs into 1 for me so if all the songs on Alien have this big a contrast between them I will die happy
  2. What is it you dont like about them? I am aware of a few folk who only watch Nic's videos so am curious to hear what turns you off of the rest of the band. If you haven't give Leech a listen - it's one of my favourites
  3. I've never listened to much Korn or Nu metal in general so to me, and in terms of Northlane's music (mostly in the vocals), I feel this is experimental and I'm loving it. Roll on August!
  4. Really digging the more experimental sound they're going for with the album!
  5. YONAKA's Don't Wait 'Til Tomorrow is pretty solid
  6. Never been hugely into Slipknot but I dig this!
  7. Agreed. His screams absolutely slay but for example his cleans in Quantum Flux are a definite miss. It's good we have Analog Future so we can hear what Marcus is doing with the older tracks
  8. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
  9. Can't wait to see where these guys go. As of right now my favourite is still Grotesque but Pretty Stupid SLAPS
  10. I hadn't heard of PhaseOne until yesterday so I didn't know what to expect. Considering this is Northlane and they've featured with the likes of Polaris I expected something like their own genre. Guess I'll be fucking off now
  11. I liked a solid 10 seconds of this then got baited so hard at 3:00. Can't wait for the boys to release their own stuff. Back I go to blaring live versions of Talking Heads
  12. I feel like this bands sound has evolved with my taste in music. They were one of the first bands in this scene I truly obsessed over and Lifelines while lyrically pretty generic had a heavier proportion of cleans than there were screams and more upbeat sorta radio rock songs (stuck in your head and one more time come to mind) which helped ease me into the genre over time. Over the past couple years my taste has obviously grown wider and I have embraced heavier bands with a more equal balance of the 2 vocal styles or even pure screams. If the rest of Trauma is like this single, I feel like this band has taken a similar sort of journey and have put that into their songs. This post is probably a bit rambly and stupid but I just love how this band have released songs that perfectly align with my changing tastes in music My hype for Trauma went from about 1 at announcement to 100 after this song!
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