matthew turok

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Last Active 07-25-14 3:52 am
Joined 11-21-08

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07.23.14 My new ambient EP (PLS CHECK OUT PLS)07.21.14 Wanna Talk Christcore
07.18.14 Best Mosh Calls?07.18.14 Best Mosh Calls?
07.11.14 Polyphony/skram Life07.10.14 Top 5 Greatest Rappers Of All Time
07.08.14 Help Me Book Shows06.26.14 Sputnik Meet Up Sat
05.30.14 Boner Riffs05.12.14 Dionaea/melodic Hardcore Fans
03.08.14 Am I Cool Rock Star Now ?02.21.14 Eric Wareheim Approves Of Tile
02.08.14 Screamo You Slept On (probably)02.05.14 New It Dies Today!
02.04.14 Despised Icon Reunion!01.10.14 Chis Christie Is A Passive Aggressive S
01.07.14 Listen 2 My Old Death Metal Band01.07.14 Teenage Hardcore Revival
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There seems to be this misinformed idea about me that I'm some retard who listens to deathcore 24/7 because I don't write off decent bands as being the worst music to ever happen, just because the style it is happens to be trendy. Let me set this straight: I hate deathcore. I like when it's done right, but that basically never happens. I hate the fact that some of the freshest bands in the metalcore scene to ever happen are completely forgotten amid a veritable flood of shitty dopplegangers. So please kids, recognize. Here's a few of the gems that made me sift through the massive horde of idiocy that is deathcore.
1Through The Eyes Of The Dead
The Annihilation Of Expectation
2 Glass Casket
We Are Gathered Here Today
3Nights Like These
The Faithless
4The Acacia Strain
5A Life Once Lost
The Fourth Plague: Flies
6Embrace The End
Counting Hallways To The Left
7Dead Man In Reno
Dead Man In Reno
8Rifles At Recess
To Whisper In Tongues
9Despised Icon
The Healing Process
10All Shall Perish
The Price Of Existence
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