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  2. Which is weird because it's a Tuesday, not a Friday. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  3. Not too bad. I think I like "Rabbit Hole" better out of the two. If you read the lyrics to "Lightning" you will most assuredly laugh (I did) and I thought DGD lyrics could be weird . I honestly didn't know this was a project until this thread popped up and I'm a little disappointed about that.
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  6. Just to get our hopes up and blood pumping, here’s an interview from Linkin Park’s Joe Hahn in which he teases the possibility of the band getting back in the studio to write new music.
  7. Honestly, I think the last two NYD songs are hot garbage. Whoever produced this should be slapped?
  8. First track with the new vocalist.
  9. They posted on their Facebook that a digital release will be available May 21st.
  10. They were mentioned in another thread and here's the newest one.
  11. New Comrades song. Album For We Are Not Yet We Are Only Becoming out June 7th.
  12. Am I the only one who thought the guitars were weak on this album ? I thought the last album had some stand out riffs and this one really doesnt. Also, since this is a drummer based band, the drums really didnt stand out to me. Its clear the vocals are the standout over everything else. I would like to have seen things more balanced.
  13. I just cant get into them anymore. I think the fact their best album was the first one is a problem.
  14. Good work, son. Album produced by Keith Nelson (Buckcherry) and mixed by Joe Barresi (Queens of the Stone Age, Tool, Soundgarden) They are also managed by the Good Charlotte Bros company.
  15. Podcast about the album here. https://www.gabbermedia.com/roachkoach/2017/7/8/episode-17-dysfunction-by-staind Im not the biggest fan of this podcast due to various reasons but I do like how they go thought each song when they review albums where as other podcasts dont do that.
  16. I love this album.
  17. This album was such a banger.
  18. I would say its maybe their 2nd or 3rd best album overall.
  19. Never been more happy, this team is finally playing to their potential and I couldn’t be happier that our GM went all in this year. Been waiting for some good playoff hockey here in Ohio, and I’m definitely going to try to make it to a game next series(or at least the bars around the rink). Talent wise their has been no reason this team was playing poorly, but since they’re playing up to their potential now I don’t see any reason why they couldn’t beat any team considering how they manhandled Tampa.
  20. This one makes me feel a bit old. I was 12 in 7th grade when this came out. We had a a keyboarding class where we were allowed to listen to CDs with headphones. One of my friends brought it with him one day and asked me to hold onto it because I had a legit CD carrying case I brought to class and he didn't, so I was like sure and didn't really know who it was at the time. I ended up listening to it one day going through the albums in my case and remembered thinking like 'holy shit this is heavy,' but loved it. Probably one of the first heavy albums I ever really got into. Pretty defining moment of my growth into heavier rock material at that time in my life so some more nostalgia associated with this awesome album. Released: April 13, 1999 1. Suffocate 2. Just Go 3. Me 4. Raw 5. Mudshovel 6. Home 7. A Flat 8. Crawl 9. Spleen 10. Excess Baggage
  21. Two new songs from Motionless in White. Disguise out June 7th. I do like the title track better.
  22. Yeah that was really good stuff (considering the quality recording lol). I think that is going to be a single for sure on this album. I don't recall hearing a teaser for that song on their previously released teaser video posted higher above.
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