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Tanner Lichty (Twlichty)
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Last Active 06-12-13 11:13 pm
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02.12.15 Dance Gavin Dance Ranked07.09.14 Twlichty Released A New Ep!
08.13.13 Twlichty Releases Free Ep! 07.25.13 Counterparts Ranked
01.07.13 Twlichty's Best Of The Best, 2012 11.07.12 I Will Legally Be Smoking Pot...
10.30.12 New Solterra Ep!09.06.12 Twlichty's 2012 So Far
07.19.12 Sputs, Check Out My Electonic Project04.19.12 Twlichty's Ideal Electronic
03.30.12 Rec Me Good Music Blogs03.15.12 Trailer Park Boys
03.14.12 Someone Review My Album!02.24.12 Minimal Electronic
02.06.12 New Twlichty Tunes02.02.12 Drinkin' Moonshine
01.28.12 Stuff My Roommate Listens To12.29.11 Rec Twlichty Vinyl
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Counterparts Ranked

WOah buddy, haven't been here for awhile. Figured i'd post a worthless list on you all! Diggin Cunterparts new album so here's a wonderful ranking!
4Counterparts
The Current Will Carry Us


This album didn't do much for me at all. Definitely their most "straight-ahead hardcore"
album, but seemed a little forced and awkward in its's delivery. Contains a few solid
tracks but in my eyes is the low point for the band.
3Counterparts
Prophets


This is the album that reignited my faith in metalcore music. In a genre that was
quickly becoming more and more stale with each major release, Counterparts added
something fresh and unique to the genre while still dishing out some of the most
headbangable breakdowns there are.
2Counterparts
The Difference Between Hell and Home


This is Counterparts most focused LP, due to them embracing all the things that have
worked for them in the past and delivering some truly entertaining guitar riffs in the
process.
1Exalt
Counterparts / Exalt Split


Sure, they only have two songs on here, but the perfect execution of melodic hardcore
showcased in these songs is better than anything else they have produced. Being an EP
that was released after their debut album Prophets, this split really shows the bands
transition from chuggy metalcore to a more focused and emotionally driven style of
hardcore. These songs really made me anticipate a follow up LP, but sadly The Current
Will Carry Us was a slight disappointment due the the fact that they abandoned many
strong aspects found here.
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