kingdedethefifth
Dedes
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Last Active 06-09-17 8:12 am
Joined 07-13-15

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Out of normal music

So, their is this weird misconception, especially (ironically) on a discussive music site that enjoying shit that people deem as shit, e.g typical whiny metalcore or sugar coated pop is such a horrible thing and impossible to enjoy. Now, I might think Arianna Grande is horrible, but it's not an outright fact that she is horrible, if you like her and want to convince me her new album is worth listening just give a convincing argument why, even if it's short. With that in mind also, I am not saying you should listen to shit you know you won't enjoy to increase your "objectivity". That's insanely stupid. For example, listening to Cold Lakes by Celtic Frost because you know you will hate it. Listening to it because you want to see for yourself if it's actually so bad is another. With that in mind, here is my "out of the ordinary" music I actually really like.
1I See Stars
New Demons
2A Day to Remember
For Those Who Have Heart
3D.R.U.G.S.
D.R.U.G.S.
4Chiodos
Bone Palace Ballet
5Suicide Silence
The Black Crown
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