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  • XingKing Oh woah. I didn't even realize it was the same vocalist. He sounds crazy different now. I'll have to listen to it again just to let that sink in harder
    September 20 01:30 AM
  • XingKing I just got around to jamming the band you sent me because I suck and eh, I'm honestly not feeling it too much
    September 19 02:14 AM
  • Atari right on. if you check out insomnium definitely let me know what you think buddy
    September 17 03:17 PM
  • Atari also, as far as in flames goes their EP "Subterannean" is pretty awesome
    September 16 03:17 PM
  • Atari that's awesome man, if you're used to the vocals you'll be jamming all kinds of death metal and black metal in no time ;) i don't remember if i rec'd them to you before but since you like in flames you'd probably dig insomnium as well. above the weeping world is my favorite by them
    September 16 01:21 PM

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