Debut Death Spells album

2016-06-29 by hobblepot | 6 Comments
American electronic rock duo Death Spells have announced their debut album. The band, comprised of ex-MCR guitarist Frank Iero and ex-Get Up Kids member James Dewees, have released a new song from the album, which you can listen to below, entitled "Why Is Love so Dangerous?". The album, titled "Nothing Above, Nothing Below" is set for release on July 29th.


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DigitalSchism
June 30th 2016
91 Comments


Sounds disjointed as hell.

BallsDeep
June 30th 2016
4645 Comments


utter pigshit

WatchItExplode
June 30th 2016
7817 Comments


really don't know why I felt inclined to listen to that...just another one of my bad life choices

PortalofPerfection
July 2nd 2016
1991 Comments


Thought this was Deathspell at first haha whoops!

BallsDeep
July 2nd 2016
4645 Comments


how is this so well received on Youtube is there something im missing?

BallsDeep
July 2nd 2016
4645 Comments


how is this so well received on Youtube is there something im missing?



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