chrisggib
Chris Gaduzo
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Last Active 03-14-09 6:35 am
Joined 02-02-09

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Enslaved
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Black Cobra
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That Fucking Tank Keanu Reef
Neurosis Locust Star
Neurosis Locust Star
Dinosaur Jr. Don’t Pretend You Didn’t Know
Reef Come Back Brighter
Reef Don't You Like It?
Reef Consideration
Reef Lately Stomping
Reef Summer's In Bloom
Reef I Would Have Left You
Most Played:

1) Neurosis 2807 plays
2) Mastodon 2342 plays
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4) Testament 1617 plays
5) Exodus 1540 plays
6) Coheed and Cambria 1430 plays
7) Baroness 1401 plays
8) Isis 1375 plays
9) Clutch 1352 plays
10) Rush 1277 plays
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  • maidenpmcc I don't like Killswitch, never have never will. Haven't heard much God Forbid, Shadows fall arn't anything THAT special but decent. I love Unearth, I have their last album and The Oncoming Storm. Well The Powerless Rise is different than An Ocean Between Us on a few good levels.
    May 27 02:23 PM
  • maidenpmcc Meaning? You must not be a big fan of metalcore and think it sucks compared to other genres such as death metal or whatever.
    May 23 07:27 PM
  • maidenpmcc The Powerless Rise is more refined and the song writing has improved ALOT since An Ocean Between Us. It's a very consistant album and all the band members are in top form, it definately is a well-oiled machine.
    May 21 12:02 PM
  • maidenpmcc Two words - GET IT!
    May 11 09:29 AM
  • maidenpmcc Yea Liberation Transmission is for fans of All Time Low and the Blackout and NOT Lostprophet fans as much. Yeah dude I got the new Coheed and Cambria and i think it's pretty good. I gave it a 4.
    April 28 04:10 PM

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