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Apple01DOJ

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About Apple01DOJ

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  • Favorite Genre
    Post-Hardcore
  • Favorite Artist
    TDWP/BMTH/ISSUES
  • Preferred Audio Format
    MP3/V0
  1. I think this album is solid as fuck all the way through. Yes it sounds like every other Deathcore album but it's done quite well. Where can I buy a physical copy at?
  2. man, so whens the album dropping?
  3. I voted Other. Doom Metal. Although I honestly think you guys are already doing a great job with the varieties of music found on here.
  4. man this is hella impressive. going to have to pick up a physical copy to add to my collection. 2019 been solid as fuck for Doom. such a good year
  5. Music sounds good, vocals sound incredibly average.
  6. For those of you who are new to Norma Jean, I suggest you guys check out the song "Disconnecktie" off of O'God The Aftermath. (That album as a whole is probably their most brutal so clearly not for every one, but that song is amazing) For those of you who are confused about the "Christian" message behind the music. In a fairly recent interveiw Cory the vocalist of NJ had this to say. "“I can’t say that we’re a full-on Christian band. I’m a Christian. I can speak for myself, but that’s all I can speak for. " "“I’d even take this one step further and suggest that the label of ‘Christian music’ is stupid” Cory continues. “Music can’t have a belief. If I clap my hand, you can’t listen to clap and say “that clap is Christian, or Hindu, or Atheist, or whatever. It’s a freaking sound. The music itself can’t have a theological belief. We’re musicians first. The content is secondary to that. We write stuff that anyone can relate to. We don’t write anything that will alienate anybody. Well, intentionally, anyway." (https://heavymag.com.au/interview-norma-jean/) Lastly, there are a few missing items from this discography, The Self-Titled EP, & the instrumental bonus track from Bless the Martyr. My internet is used up for this month, but once it resets I can upload them somewhere so they can be added to this if any one wants.
  7. Let me say first I can get behind this album, I like it. That being said, I'm surprised how slow this album is. It makes me miss the chaotic chugs of Dead Throne. Spiderhead & Chemical are my favorite tracks.
  8. This is a fucking phenomenal song for me. as far as deathcore goes, I'd rate this a 10 out of 10. Nice progression, the Vox are reminiscent of Mitch Lurker's work. Everything is just top notch. Never heard anything else by these guys. When does the album come out?
  9. I like it, as someone else said, I wish they would have built on it a little more though.
  10. I love pretty much every TDWP release from With Roots Above & Branches Below on. Already have this album pre-ordered. (as well as the new Norma Jean) Zombie > Space > Dead Throne > 8:18 > WRA&BB > Transit Blues is my personal order. I liked Transit Blues I just felt it was kind of a boring album. They didn't really do anything different or exciting on it.
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