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0.0 Jake E. | October 10th 18

No one is safe from evil. Whether you love or hate the guy, Ghostemane has finally
fulfilled his true potential
and will continue to flourish as an artist if he keeps going down this path. Combining
elements of (obviously) noise, industrial, punk, and metal with his trademark style of
rapping, this album is incredibly unapologetic and surprisingly unsettling. The beats
as if they were recorded from a dark, musky factory where all the machines are running
at full capacity. The vibe presented overall here reminds me of a part 2 to The Downward
Spiral by Nine Inch Nails. Some sections made me extremely uneasy... yet somehow
in a good way. Definitely worth checking out if you're into horror themed

2 Bumps | Bump

0.0 aaronrkc | November 1st 18

Easily Ghoste's most dynamic record yet, but his lyricism is still riddled with cliché. (The live shows are excellent though).


0.0 blackmetalhipster | October 13th 18

Great dark record. Lot´s of bangers, while still remaining good song structure. Fell a bit short, because some of the songs feel like they could´ve been a bit longer


0.0 rc239 | October 11th 18

I wish he did more industrial songs in the vein of "inside" or the ending to "ballgag"


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