Death Spells release new album

2016-07-29 by CzechyGuy | 5 Comments
Death Spells(electronic/metalcore), project by Frank Iero and James Dewees, today released new album, called "Nothing Above, Nothing Below".
Along the album, the band released music video to the first single, "Why Is Love So Disastrous?"




You can listen to the album here http://bit.ly/2aeucmh

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NewBallistics
July 30th 2016
917 Comments


This is weird, even for JD.

CzechyGuy
July 30th 2016
179 Comments


I'll listen to the album later, 'cause I kinda like the single.

hobblepot
July 30th 2016
2487 Comments


Album is a mess of electronic noise, but it's got some really catchy tunes. I admire it for it's bizarreness, and it's will to go as weird as it wants. Frank is a very talented guy, wish he'd do another cellabration album

Ebola
August 1st 2016
3928 Comments


I kind of like this a lot honestly

SandwichBubble
August 1st 2016
12516 Comments


Not great, but strangely catchy.

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