Debut dEMOTIONAL album

2013-03-18 by Conexus | 4 Comments
The relatively new Swedish metal/pop act dEMOTIONAL will be releasing their debut album
"State: In Denial" on May 17th through RoadstingHouse Records. The album's lead single
"Alive" was released on March 15th.

"State: In Denial" tracklist:
1. Rush
2. Five Minutes
3. Tomorrow Is Today
4. Sleep Is For The Weak
5. State In Denial
6. When She Cries
7. Gone
8. Sleepless
9. Alive
10. I Tried
11. Words Unspoken

"Alive" on Spotify http://open.spotify.com/track/3Hx82P8Osotlen9IBLLkOx
www.facebook.com/dEMOTIONALband

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DeputyExorcist
March 18th 2013
69 Comments


Worst band name ever.

Those song titles are blowing my mind.

sixdegrees
March 18th 2013
18627 Comments


Swedish metal/pop act

no thank you

Digging: Bosse-de-Nage - All Fours

Topaz
March 18th 2013
325 Comments


oh goody, another 1 to assist that objectivity rating

Jacob818Hollows
March 18th 2013
136 Comments


I think the last thing we need right now is another Dead By April.



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