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|3.0 good||AmbushReality | November 2nd 18|
A handful of B-Sides from *Five*, so not much substance was to be expected. "Bloody Nose" is a pretty solid radio rock song with one of the heaviest bridges the band has put together in a while (shout out to Jorel for bringing back the screams). "Live Fast Die Young" doesn't exactly deliver like the track name may suggest, resulting in a smooth pop song reminiscent of "Ghost Beach" from *Five*. J-Dog's verse here sounds choppy, lacks flow and seems out of place in general, though Danny keeps the track afloat with an impressive clean vocal performance. "Something to Believe" pulls the EP back in the right direction with the release's best lyricism, but "Another Level," likely the worst track in the band's discography, sticks out like a sore thumb. Its a shame they wasted one of J3T's best verses on this abomination of a song, but such is Hollywood Undead. "Gotta Let Go" wraps this thing up in the vein of fan-favorite "Bullet," but the twinkling acoustic number does not capture the magic that the *American Tragedy* hit shines with. Ultimately, *Psalms* is inconsistent but has its moments, and for a slate of B-Sides its definitely worth a spin for Hollywood Undead fans waiting for album six. But for those who do not follow the band, you'll likely find nothing of value here apart from the Sirius Octane-ready "Bloody Nose."
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|0.0 ||Mason | November 10th 18|
of course, these guys are still around...
|1.0 awful||rebb | February 3rd 19|
|2.5 average||sin69 | January 11th 19|
|1.0 awful||bach | December 30th 18|
|1.0 awful||Slex CONTRIBUTOR | December 27th 18|
|1.5 very poor||klocu4 | December 27th 18|
|1.0 awful||Elynna | November 8th 18|
|1.5 very poor||MrNoob | November 4th 18|
|3.5 great||xtrole | November 3rd 18|
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