Discussion in 'Other Music' started by lime treacle, Sep 13, 2014.
The Contortionist - Language
Picked this up for 9 bucks at BestBuy yesterday. This is my first time listening to this band. Pretty well done Prog "Pretty" Metal, thought at times, it can be a wee generic. I feel like I'm listening to Animals As Leaders or Periphery, rather than a truly unique sound at some points. A recommendation none-the-less.
Ebb & Flow
Already pre-ordered Slipknot's new album, 5: The Gray Chapter.
All albums Ive bought in the last week:
Angels and Airwaves- We Don't Need to Whisper
The Fray- How to Save a Life
Seether- Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces
CKY- An Answer Can Be Found
Sigur Ros- ()
MGMT- Oracular Spectacular
I'm at a point where I'm making sure I own my all time favorite albums in physical form if I didn't already. Plus I found a some other good albums for cheap as well.
Foo Fighters- Sonic Highways (Pre-ordered)
Kiss- Love Gun
Behemoth - The Satanist
The Devin Townsend Project - Z² (Sky Blue, Dark Matters)
Ne Obliviscaris - Citadel
Just bought today:
Bright Eyes- I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning (one of my favorite cds, wanted it in physical form).
The Offspring- The Offspring
The Offspring- Ignition
The Offspring- Americana
The Offspring- Conspiracy of One
Queen of the Damned: OST
Pretty solid lineup of talent here, Chester Bennington performs a song, other artists include Disturbed, Papa Roach, Deftones, Marilyn Manson, Earshot, Dry Cell, Static-X and Jonathan Davis of Korn
Pre-Ordered Yellowcard's "Lift a Sail", after molesting myself with the leak for a few days now... This takes their entire sound to a whole new level, with a very bright performance, the album rarely comes off a sort of space-soaring, high-flying, ethereal sound to it. The latter half of the album is definitely the highlight, "Fragile and Dear" and "Illuminate" being my favourite little section. While this might only be suitable for people who can handle the more pop-punk, radio-esque style music, this is just an extremely well done album, and there's very little denying that, with a full listen. This is definitely a bit of a departure in a way for this band, with plenty of little electronic elements present, and a totally different vibe from a lot of their music. With sections reminiscent of Imagine Dragons and traditional punk-influenced tracks such as "The Deepest Well" (Which features Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire), and even songs that almost remind me of Owl City at times (One Bedroom, notably, which also features a beat similiar to NiN's "Closer"). Also, beautiful album-artwork.
Me too, and today I found:
I bought a digital copy of the "Gone Girl" soundtrack earlier today, so I guess that's my answer right now
Just bought Finch's new album Back To Oblivion
No way, José!
Totally forgot they got back together.
Need to listen!
Best of Poets of the Fall
Weezer - Everything Will Be Alright In The End.
Ariana Grande- Yours Truly
Blink-182- Enema of the State
Yeah.. the last album i bought was the hunting party. I don't.. I think the one before that was the Woodkid - Golden Age.
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