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2020: A year of comeback releases

What were some other comeback releases for your 2020 musical experience?
1Everything in Slow Motion
Influence


Honestly thought these guys were done, but I'm really glad they came back because this is their best release in my opinion.
2The Ghost Inside
The Ghost Inside


So happy these guys persevered through their shitty circumstances to release this! Good stuff.
3Hum
Inlet


I only just got into these guys last year when this released, but it was a crazy long break between releases so I'm sure that many people were glad for the comeback. Also, their other releases are top notch.
4Misery Signals
Ultraviolet


Waited so long for this! Not my favourite release of theirs, but any Mis Sigs is great!
5Protest the Hero
Palimpsest


Also felt like such a long wait for this one but the results are pretty epic! Rody's new vocal style took some getting used to but the guy's a beast. Coincidentally, I had only just learned what a palimpsest was in school shortly before the album was announced so that was fun.
6Sylosis
Cycle of Suffering


These guys are some of my favourites, so I was really worried they would break up. So glad they didn't!
7The Used
Heartwork


Not technically a comeback album, but it's the first release I've actually enjoyed since their second album...and that was released over a decade and a half ago! Some filler but some good stuff too, and I dig the guest spots.
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