Storm In A Teacup
m/ Ian m/

Reviews 114
Approval 83%

Soundoffs 90
News Articles 205
Band Edits + Tags 50
Album Edits 39

Album Ratings 2698
Objectivity 71%

Last Active 05-20-22 1:49 am
Joined 09-04-05

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Bands I seriously 5 and 1

I only have a few but they are out of surprise or hurt.
1Rise Against
Siren Song of the Counter Culture

5/5 +past discog and Sufferer
Discovering this when it came out and then delving into their back catalogue immediately and then getting into Sufferer and the Witness when it came out was a profound musical experience for young Storm ⛈
2Rise Against


This really hurts and can’t describe it because I love this band.
A Death-Grip on Yesterday

5/5 +Lead Sails

Sorry, not sorry. Epic mainstream rock band as far as I’m concerned. Their main competition in the scene that was better than them mainstream wise at the time was Avenged Sevenfold, All That Remains, Shadows Fall, and killswitch engage. It’s good company to be in historically,
Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses

1/5 they can sell out as much as they want. They are no Underoath. That means their first album fucking sucks.
5Limp Bizkit
Gold Cobra

5/5 + Unquestionable Truth
All hail!!! La di da!
6Limp Bizkit
Three Dollar Bill Y'all

1/5 sorry bros
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