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  1. Kind of my thoughts too. It's good, but the whole time I'm thinking this would probably sound better listening to the whole album.
  2. Terrible fucking take. Not on this album.
  3. This album is fantastic. Easily one of my favorite pop punk albums this year.
  4. 01) Nervous Passenger02) Twist03) Double Helix04) Gone05) Everyone Lies to Me06) Stuck in Our Ways07) Want Me Around08) Conduit09) Wait10) Plastic Brains
  5. I’m excited as shit for this....but what is the freaking hold up on that Tool album
  6. Anybody else get a strong Deftones vibe with this album? So good. @xeph I think you would dig this album.
  7. Can't believe no one is talking about this album, it's a fucking banger!
  8. Both of these albums were great. Voted for Thrice because I listen to that album still....but honestly won't be upset with either of these
  9. With special guests Breaking Benjamin and Bullet For My Valentine 1/12 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena 1/14 – Grand Rapids, MI – The Van Andel1/16 – Reading, PA – Santander Arena1/17 – State College, PA – Bryce Jordan Center 1/24 – Green Bay, WI – Resch Center 1/25 – Peoria, IL – Peoria Civic Center1/27 – Sioux Falls, SD – Denny Sandford Premier Center1/31 – Biloxi, MS – Mississippi Coast Coliseum 2/2 – North Little Rock, AR – Verizon Center2/3 – Evansville, IN – Ford Center2/6 – Wichita, KS – Intrust Bank Arena2/8 – Lincoln, NE – Pinnacle Bank Arena2/9 – Cedar Rapids, IA – US Cellular Center2/11 – Fargo, ND – Fargodome
  10. This is a really good Pop Punk album. I seen these guys open for the Wonder Years in Dallas last year, and have been a fan ever since. This didn't quite top Neck Deep's new album, but it's a close second. Really enjoyed the track with Caleb from Beartooth
  11. Saw this question asked by Jesse Leach of Killswitch Engage on instagram, and I thought it would make for a good music discussion on here. His question was "In this day and age with people have such short attention spans, would you prefer bands put out EPs say every year, with 7-8 really good songs? Or would you rather they make a full length every two years, with 4-5 extra songs that never get played live or become singles? His point was that he's starting to feel that it sucks to work so hard to write songs that never get played live and fade into obscurity . I said, while I don't mind a really solid EP that leaves you wanting more, I may never see some bands live, and I do it may only be once, so I would rather have that full record to listen to thousands of times over the span of an album cycle. Whats everyone else's thoughts?
  12. After several listens of this album, I think I can confidently say there's no other band in active rock doing it better than these guys. The songwriting is so mature, and fresh. They set the bar for everyone to follow.
  13. Couple of listens so far and I'm really liking this album. Not sure where I would rank it just yet, but it's definitely a good one. Really like "Sunday Rain" a lot.
  14. I'm digging this. No word on a new album release date, but I think it shouldn't be too long with a single release
  15. 01. Nomad02. Freeze Me03. Caught Up04. Outrage! Is Now05. Never Swim Alone06. Moonlight07. Statues08. All I C Is U & Me09. NVR 4EVR10. Holy Books