Scott Krasman

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Last Active 12-01-14 11:46 pm
Joined 05-29-05

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07.12.13 New Dropped Flyer Ep 06.10.13 Socially Awkward Moments
06.05.13 Some Lesser Known Stuff 05.22.13 Xbox One
05.16.13 A Daft Punk Remix04.20.13 Sum 41 Ranked
03.16.13 Got Wheels?03.12.13 The 20/20 Experience
02.26.13 Put My Dog Down02.17.13 Holy Shit
02.06.13 Scoot Drops New Track 01.31.13 Gta V Gets Delayed
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Criminally Unrecognized

some albums/bands i feel deserve more recognition here
1Training For Utopia
Plastic Soul Impalement

this album slipped through the cracks around the same time dep released calculating infinity but i think it's a much more rewarding listen. ferocious, raw metalcore with dark ambient segues and gritty production. for fans of: dillinger escape plan/botch/coalesce ( is the only remaining link to the album on the internet apparently

this band is a side project of ex-behemoth guitarist havoc. affliction is a concept album about the effects of autism and the song titles form a phrase when arranged in order ("self consciousness is desire. after 38 weeks, my new playground became dark and gray, so it feels like misunderstanding when all my hopes and dreams turn into affliction" really sludgy/dark metal. for fans of: neurosis (
3Adam Haworth Stephens
We Live on Cliffs

the solo album of two gallants' frontman of the same name. catchy folk-rock with excellent production. for fans of: the felice brothers (
The Consequences of Silence

montreal-based melodic death metal. technical and full of melody without reverting to the usual melodeath cliches. being canadian definitely gets them extra points with me. for fans of: arsis/death (
Fast Forward Eats the Tape

more canadian stuff. fast melodic punk with great musicianship, shame they broke up after this album, though i believe they've recently reunited for a few shows. for fans of: a wilhelm scream/strung out/propagandhi (

post-hardcore/screamo similar in sound to pianos become the teeth, though they don't get anywhere close to the same amount of praise. for fans of: pianos become the teeth/state faults (
For Long Tomorrow

japanese (mostly) instrumental post/math rock. for an instrumental group, they have a massive sound. the drumming in particular is phenomenal and the interplay between the four band members is a treat to hear. for fans of: tera melos/battles (
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