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Stryper God Damn Evil
the album does lose a bit of its steam and momentum during the last leg, but regardless the 2018 release is a solid offering that will satisfy longtime fans of the band
3.5
08.07.20
Korn Korn III: Remember Who You Are
"WhY dOnT yOu LeAvE mE aLoNE" is such a unintentional parody of the genre. Ironically Korn III's biggest crime is how unmemorable it is. in fact this is a Korn album i bet a lot of people forgot even existed and for good reason. Korn here sound as washed up as the producer of the album
1.5
08.07.20
Staind Tormented
their is so much potential on Staind's debut effort, and it is nice to hear aaron lewis put effort in for once.
4.0
08.07.20
Korn The Serenity of Suffering
Korn returns to picking up where they left off right after 'untouchables' here, even the songs here that would qualify as filler like "the hating" and "Next in line" are really enjoyable. this is still one of my top albums of 2016. also Ray>David.
4.0
08.07.20
Scandal (JPN) Yellow
While the standard fare tracks for the band are weaker here, "Yellow" shines in it's experimentation, bet ya never saw Japanese Reggie working("love"). also "Love me Do" is one of the most wholesome and adorable songs i have ever heard (and one of my all time fave songs)
3.5
08.06.20
Taproot Blue-Sky Research
this is kind of an overlooked gem in the nu-metal sphere, with the second half being fantastic. could do without that really cheesy cover song though
3.5
08.04.20
Taylor Swift Folklore
feels like a marriage between "Speak now" and "lover", will need some time to sit with me but i can see myself raising my rating of this in the future. This is an excellent folk album with some great use of lyric storytelling
4.5
08.03.20

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  • TheSonomaDude I'm sorry you had to check it out lol, I actually got in touch with the rapper vocalist and he seems very cool but is openly embarrassed by Lie Or Liar
    August 3 09:54 PM
  • TheSonomaDude To answer your question, I don't really have another suggestion for your nu-metal list. Their EP used to be online but upon further inspection it seems the vocalistd their entire facebook and bandcamp pages a few years back. However, every song on the EP can still be found invidiually on YouTube. It goes: 1. PARANOIC 2. Forget My Name 3. D1RT 4. This Is Permenent 5. Broken 6. Monster (Eminem cover). They're all on the LoL youtube page but song 6, but if you search 6 it's uploaded
    August 2 02:37 PM
  • DaHound Yeah I mean I know people don't like him so it's all good. Maybe it helps that I got into him in high school and it was kinda right place right time haha. The lengths are a bit overblown but I've always preferred long albums in general and I would rather hear any material I can from an artist than not.
    July 8 04:10 PM
  • DaHound ... and it was all over from there. Idk I just adore his voice I think he's such a talented singer and if you look beyond the autotune you can hear it. Anyway that's my life story thanks for listening.
    July 7 04:00 AM
  • DaHound ... from serviceable to great. We may have different definitions of this lol. I can see why the length could definitely put off someone not into him, it definitely did for me at first. My first album of his was Heartbreak and I gave up only probably 8 tracks in because I didn't really dig it. I only listened to it because I was listening to the R. Kelly feature and just let it play. I returned a couple months later and I still wasn't totally feeling it but a little later something just clicked..
    July 7 03:59 AM

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