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The Ongoing Concept

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Submotion Orchestra Hard to Stay
Zao Breath of the Black Muse
Maylene and the Sons of Disaster Harvest Moon Hanging
Unearth Black Hearths Now Reign
Alter Bridge White Knuckles
The Ongoing Concept Little Situation
Waster Slumberjack
The Damned Things Ironiclast
Tremonti You Waste Your Time
Tremonti You Waste Your Time
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8) Thrice 142 plays
9) He Is Legend 133 plays
10) The Ongoing Concept 126 plays
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  • Calc I dig the band but I don't hear the southerny-ness lol
    July 22 09:22 PM
  • Calc I don't remember but I'm def gonna check it out thanks man
    July 19 10:19 AM
  • Atari vocally, it's not really much different than bayside - but instrumentally it's more stripped down with influences that range from country to jazz and straight up pop. all those influences are pretty subtle though. if you do check his solo stuff out let me know what you think man!
    June 30 01:43 PM
  • Atari by the way anthony raneri of bayside has a new solo EP you might dig it
    June 29 12:55 PM
  • Atari Hadn't planned on it maybe if I find time haha. If u haven't heard anything outside of the singles I highly recommend giving it a shot cause there are definitely some better songs than the ones they initially released. All the songs are on YouTube I believe and my favorites are prolly dying words, my fear of an unlived life, and the title track. Dying words is easily one of their heaviest songs
    June 27 05:38 PM

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