Twenty One Pilots Trench
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TundraL5Z
March 15th 2019


2373 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

so DeathBat goes up and arms about a comment I made, where I jokingly, JOKINGLY, said that DeathBat idolizes Tyler, I didn't mean it seriously! anyone with a brain, would realize it was JOKE!, it was a-a good joke at the time, people idolize Tyler all the time, you know? oh ha-ha-ha, you where supposed to laugh, it was a JOKE

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AgentDeathbat
March 15th 2019


9596 Comments


Sorry, sarcasm doesn't translate well over the Internet. Especially for me.

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TundraL5Z
March 15th 2019


2373 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Yeah I'm just kidding around man, you're a cool dude Deathbat, even though you like some emo trash, but you also like Periphery so it evens it out, hehe

AgentDeathbat
March 15th 2019


9596 Comments


Hahaha, yeah my Periphery fanboyism ties into the "emo trash" a bit too tbh. I mean I can just imagine "Absolomb" done by an emo band, for example.

MAN0
March 16th 2019


24 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I don't think Trench is breaking any records, lol - I mean it's another parallel towards their and MCR's careers (it's kinda freaky honestly) in that it didn't really sell that well compared to their last two so uhhhhhhh idk wtf you're on about there

MAN0
March 16th 2019


24 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Honestly yeah this album got some really weird reactions. I would say some people were really looking to hate it. I mean here, other than saying "he does bleep bloop and rap bad" there's not too much, you complain about the falsetto (which is fucking great stfu gaybo I'm telling my mom) twice and use the phrase "ill-advised" thrice with some 100 words

madrigal30
March 17th 2019


125 Comments


Man0 you have a point, in that this record isn't inherently bad. It's just not interesting. It feels like it was written for the sake of writing it; like "now we're in the mainstream and we need an album." It feels insincere and just tired. Meanwhile, if we go back to S/T or Vessel, there's an energy there, a drive to the art that these guys are making which just doesn't exist anymore. There isn't a Johnny Boy (or even Goner)-esque emotional center of the album, no crafty lyricism like on their entire self-titled, no technical rapping stunts like Ode to Sleep, and no sincere and heartfelt messages like Holding Onto You or Guns for Hands. Trench feels like it was thrown at the Billboard Top 200 and designed to stick.



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