Million Dead A Song to Ruin
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mryrtmrnfoxxxy
July 4th 2013


14654 Comments


i was doing a bg check on tht smokin bassist in future of the left and it led me here

sniper
July 10th 2013


19075 Comments


this album helps me remember why i love post-hardcore

Tunaboy45
April 1st 2015


13275 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Got this for £3.29, what a steal

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Tunaboy45
April 3rd 2015


13275 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Second half is where the heavy stuff is (not in a musical sense, in terms of the lyrics and overall vibe)

Tunaboy45
April 21st 2015


13275 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

If there's one song that has a completely relatable set of lyrics, it's Breaking The Back.

Mort.
July 23rd 2015


11507 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

this peaks on the first song imo

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Tunaboy45
September 15th 2015


13275 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

One massive peak for me, so consistently excellent

osmark86
February 9th 2016


5331 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

the first song is quality agreed, but got to give it to "I Am the Party". part nostalgia, part awesome build up throughout the song to the end, part solid guitar-riffage.

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Voltimand
February 14th 2016


531 Comments


Just listened to the title track and I like this more than Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls - and I quite like that project as well.

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MillionDead
March 27th 2016


131 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

This is really one of my all time favorite albums. Such an effortlessly punk blend of tunefulness and aggression.

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