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5.0 classic
AFI Crash Love
Yano? Flawed but fuck it. This is the most natural this band has ever sounded. The last 3 tracks on the actual album, most of the bonus tracks, and End Transmission are all top tier AFI and Okay I Feel Better Now is the single most beautiful thing this band has ever written.
AFI Black Sails in the Sunset
Malleus Maleficarum is easily the best when it comes to their punk era (pre-STS). After I heard that, I gradually discovered how much of a breakthrough this album was for the band. One of the best.
AFI Sing the Sorrow
AFI The Art of Drowning
One of the first real punk albums I ever heard. It changed my life. To the pure insanity of Smile, the technicality of The Despair Factor, and the gracing existance of Morning Star, there are so many noteworthy parts of this album.
Blaqk Audio CexCells
Catchy, diverse, just give me Bright Black Heaven so I can have more.
Brand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me
This is just as good as it gets. I rediscover this album every listen and it just gets better and better.
Iron Maiden Powerslave
Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast
Iron Maiden A Matter of Life and Death
La Dispute Somewhere at the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair
Outstanding. Words cannot descirbe how heart-warming/breaking this album is.
La Dispute Wildlife
"and all the ones who seem to fit the best into the chorus never notice there's a song and the
ones who seem to hear it end up tortured by the chords when they fail to find a way to sing along"
is the most real line I've ever heard and that's what this album is to me. real pain. real
emotion. this album gives me feelings like no other album does and in some way, shape, or form,
these songs will always be there for me to match any number of situations where I'll need them the
most. Venture into the Wildlife. I'm sure you'll find something that will make you think of
something in a new light
My Chemical Romance I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love
My Chemical Romance Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge
PMtoday In Medias Res
The intro to Don't Exist puts the biggest smile on my face. The song is a journey with its themes of changing as life progresses, Beatles references, and 5/4 chants. The fact that it all comes together so coherently is amazing. Don't Exist functions as a sort of anthem for everything In Medias Res is trying to accomplish, making it the perfect centerpiece. The album clocks in just under 40 minutes and yet, I feel like they accomplish so much with their beautiful passages, lively guitar lines, and heartfelt and honest vocals. These lyrics paint such a hopeless picture that strangely is complimented, or rather countered by music as bright sounding as this. I am not kidding when I say this is the musical equivalent to sunshine with all of these beautifully executed ideas and sing-along moments, but still, the tone in the lyrics feels hopeless, almost apathetic, and yet so very conscious of the world. In Medias Res, being pmtoday's last album didn't even get a proper sendoff until a while after the band broke up. If it wasn't for their other project, Move Orchestra, it would really go to signify how real these lyrics were to the band, but instead, I'm glad they still have a drive in them to showcase their musical talents. rpmtoday has crafted one of the most important albums that I have ever listened to and I think this is an album that will greatly resonate with those who are still trying to find their place.
Rise Against The Sufferer & the Witness
Welcome to the club. TSATW is Rise Against's most consistent as well as enthralling release. They really put their hearts into this one and I could go on and on and on about how every song here is nothing short of astounding but I don't need to. Survive is this band's best song (hell, the ending core may just be my favorite of all time), The Approaching Curve displayed excellent use of spoken word, the middle of Drones is one of the most powerful moments this band has created, and Roadside is this band's best ballad. I seriously could go on and on. A classic modern punk album indeed.
There Will Be Fireworks The Dark, Dark Bright
Perfectly paced and masterfully crafted. The Dark, Dark Bright knows when to explode and when to stay calm. Whether it be the beautifully constructed instrumentals or the sheer passion displayed vocally, this album is layered to the brim with sounds of awe. I honestly don't think that the concept of an album could be better defined. It's so full and I love every second of it.
xSPONGEXCOREx How Tough Are Yah?
Yoko Shimomura Xenoblade OST
Best soundtrack to ever exist in a video game. X looks great but from what I've heard, its soundtrack is nothing compared to this

4.5 superb
AFI Decemberunderground
Avenged Sevenfold Nightmare
Between the Buried and Me Colors
Blaqk Audio Bright Black Heaven
Brand New Deja Entendu
The bridge between immature pop-punk and fully-realized musician ship is Deja Entendu.
Brand New Science Fiction
Factually, no Brand New album is as Brand New as this one.
Carly Rae Jepsen Emotion
It's that time of year again when sputnik loses it's shit over a pop album. Just rlistened to the first track and I really don't see what makes it even remotely special. rEdit: ...that title track is amazing, will give this an actual listen soon.
Circa Survive Blue Sky Noise
Dance Gavin Dance Mothership
Fall Out Boy Folie a Deux
So comfortable with this at a 4.5. You can tell how much effort was put into making this a big album. I think what makes this such an enjoyable experience for me is the high creativity level.
Foo Fighters Wasting Light
Glassjaw Worship and Tribute
Haken The Mountain
Hands Like Houses Ground Dweller
I the Mighty Connector
It's pretty much the next version of Satori. It builds on the sound they've been working on and
it tries a bunch of new things as well. If you liked Satori, this won't disappoint. For now, I
personally don't know which I prefer. Yet, there still isn't anything as good as Escalators
unfortunately. The Frame I is pretty sick though

Edit: My apologies. The Frame I is every bit as good as Escalators, if not better.
Icarus the Owl Icarus the Owl
This is an album I keep coming back to this year and the more I do that, the more certain I am that this will be my album of the year. Every song is magnificent for one thing, it all flows seamlessly, and I think their sound is utter perfection. Complex yet easy to appreciate. rI can almost certainly say that conceptually, this is a band I've always dreamed of hearing and I don't think I'll ever get enough of itrBest Tracks: Touchstone, Chronos, Input., and the king of them all The Pharmacist
Icarus the Owl Love Always, Leviathan
Icarus the Owl Pilot Waves
Icarus the Owl Rearm Circuits
the band your gf will suck you off to cause they're super catchy and also the band you and your
best bro will geek over cause oooo math

- but on a serious note, this is one of my all time favorite bands and the fact that they keep
putting out albums on a quality level of their own without becoming stale is insane.
"Doublespeak" and "Do Not Resuscitate" are the kind of pop-punk not too dissimilar from LAL and
"Hidalgo's Secret Hideout" and "The Vanishing Point" have a heavier tone more along the lines of
PW. They really cover all of their bases while making these songs feel fresh and developed.
There are also songs like "Dimensions" and "Ghosts of Former Lives" that embody this band in the
most perfect way possible. I personally don't think this is their best album but it is definitely
their best work/effort and I think anyone should check it out.
Invalids Strengths
Someone should review this because it's one of the greatest math rock releases ever. It's like they are doing all these crazy parts just to do them, but the songs themselves have oh so much substance both musically and lyrically that it blends so well. "Satellite" is one of the most well constructed songs out there. You've definitely heard twinkly talented math rock before if you've found this, but these guys have something special. I promise you won't be disappointed.
Iron Maiden Brave New World
Koji Kondo The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony
La Dispute Rooms of the House
La Dispute Here, Hear. III
Laura Stevenson Wheel
letlive. Fake History
Mew Frengers
Mew No More Stories
My Chemical Romance The Black Parade
Protest the Hero Kezia
Protest the Hero Fortress
Protest the Hero Scurrilous
Protest the Hero Volition
As expected, it's a Protest The Hero album. Auto 4.5
Radiohead OK Computer
Rise Against Siren Song of the Counter Culture
Shoji Meguro Persona 5 Original Soundtrack
Silversun Pickups Carnavas
Soundgarden Superunknown
Thank You Scientist Maps of Non-Existent Places
The Front Bottoms The Front Bottoms
I sing this far too often for it to be any lower than this. So excited for their next release. Best Tracks: Swimming Pool, Legit Tatoo Gun, Rhode Island
The Front Bottoms Talon of the Hawk
AOTY, these guys are the talent that we should all be worshiping
The Mars Volta Frances the Mute
The World Is a Beautiful Place... Harmlessness
Hmmm...two primarily green LP covers in a row...what does that say about this band?
Theophany Time's End: Majora's Mask Remixed
Zelda Music < Zelda Orchestral Music < This

Okay, maybe I'm exaggerating but this is epic at its best.
Thursday No Devolucion
Toby Fox Undertale Soundtrack
Touche Amore/La Dispute Searching for a Pulse/The Worth of the World
Trophy Scars Holy Vacants

4.0 excellent
A Lot Like Birds No Place
AFI All Hallow's E.P.
AFI Burials
Alright. Realistically this is a 4. I really can't get over the lack of a softer track
which are normally this band's stronger points. I also can't get over how there are
literally no big moments in any of these songs. Like really, "The Face Beneath The Waves"
just needed some sort of epic bridge to be a worthy AFI closer. It had so much going for it
with the dissonance in the verses musically but oh well. Still, this has some great tracks
such as "The Embrace", "Wild", "A Deep Slow Panic", and "17 Crimes". Yet, nothing sticks
out as one of the best tracks I've ever heard by this band. Hopefully that will change. I
remember when "...But Home Is Nowhere" was my least favorite on STS.
AFI AFI (The Blood Album)
AJJ Knife Man
Anberlin Vital
Anberlin Cities
Artifex Pereo Passengers
whole album is great and not just a typical run of the mill modern post-hardcore band. these songs have character and substance. Paper Ruled All is legitimately a perfect song.
Avenged Sevenfold Waking the Fallen
The good is really fucking good, but it's just way too long. The longer songs are good, but Clairvoyant Disease and Desecrate Through Reverence ruin the pace and I wish they were left out
Avenged Sevenfold City of Evil
Avenged Sevenfold The Stage
BATS The Sleep of Reason
Brand New Fight Off Your Demons (The Demos)
Circa Survive Violent Waves
It's better than a 4 and but not quite a 4.5. that's nothing excessive listens can't change. "Phantasmagoria" is perhaps the grooviest thing I've ever heard. This whole album is an experiment and it all succeeds. Still, I don't think it will ever beat BSN
Circa Survive Descensus
Circa Survive Appendage
Circa Survive Juturna
Circa Survive On Letting Go
Circa Survive The Amulet
Converge All We Love We Leave Behind
This album was much more appraochable than anything else the band has done. For once, not only did I sense the displayed depth, I became immersed in it. The title track slays hard and lives up to its namesake.
Dance Gavin Dance Acceptance Speech
This mother fucker of an album is definitely golden
Dance Gavin Dance Instant Gratification
"Legend" until the end are all the best tracks on the album. Honestly, I really like this but I can't see me preferring it to Acceptance Speech. Still way too early to tell. So far it's between the 3.5-4 range.
Dance Gavin Dance Happiness
Dead Letter Circus This Is The Warning
Eidola To Speak, To Listen
Eternity Forever Fantasy
Fantasy is a feel-good groove, Letting Go is pure emotion, and the last two both have some killer unexpected endings. I can't wait for a full length cause this was fire.
Fall Out Boy From Under the Cork Tree
Fightstar Behind the Devil's Back
Foo Fighters The Colour and the Shape
Gang of Youths Go Farther in Lightness
This is better than a 4 but I don't like 4.5ing things early.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!
Good Game Don't Blow It.
3 super satisfying catchy math rock tunes. The male and female vocal duo sounds so fresh here.
They compliment each other so well.

This is one of my favorite EPs now and I won't settle for a 3.5 average
Green Day American Idiot
Grimes Art Angels
Hail the Sun Culture Scars
Haken Aquarius
Haken Affinity
It's missing some of the power that that The Mountain displayed but that's really all. I love how this is definitely a different album with it's own sound. Every song has a moment of sheer epic beauty reminding us that they still haven't peaked. It may not be the most immediate album, but I promise more listens will only do it justice. Very happy with this.
Hands Like Houses Unimagine
Hop Along Painted Shut
I Kill Giants I Kill Giants
I the Mighty Satori
Very consistent. This band is definitely going places. 3.7/5
I the Mighty Oil In Water
It's amazing how Connector made this one of my favorite bands. This EP is what I expected Brent's solo LP to be. I think the electronic thing in Miss Erray could have been fleshed out a bit more (yet it's still good) and Slow Dancing Forever, although nice was clearly inferior to the original (which is unfortunate since that's one of my favorites). Still, The Hound and The Fox's jazz arrangement is brilliant and Andrew's Song is beautiful. Playing Catch With .22 was good too with my only gripe being that the last part from the original song was left out. Overall a very cool idea and I hope they expand on these style's in the future.
Icarus the Owl The Spotless Mind
I kinda wanna dedicate some time to reviewing this band's full discography. This album definitely deserves a review.
Icarus the Owl Qualia
Iron Maiden Somewhere in Time
Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
Iron Maiden The Book of Souls
Listened to it once and I'm in awe. It's an obvious step up from Final Frontier. All of the epics deliver. I don't think this will beat out my personal fave, A Matter of Life and Death, but you never know. Early faves are all four 8+minute tracks and Where The River Runs Deep. I plan on listening to this a lot more but for now it's in the 4.3 basically almost a 4.5 range and is definitely my current AOTY
James Blake Overgrown
Way superior to the debut LP. It's consistent from beginning to end. Tracks like I Am Sold, Life Round Here, and Retrograde are godly and they really show off his talent. On the other hand we have the title track, Our Love Comes Back, and Dlm for his elegance.
La Dispute Tiny Dots
"are these guys even trying anymore" (1.5)rThis was literally just bgm for their documentary and some live performances.
letlive. The Blackest Beautiful
Spun this recently and I still love it. Sure, it is awfully produced and it doesn't have anything near as good as Muther or Day 54, but there is no filler, every track is fun and energetic (minus Virgin Dirt which is a highlight for being the closest we get to something completely different).
Lights Siberia
A surprisingly detailed and varied release. The uplifting anthem that is Banner, the fuzzy beauty of Siberia, and a splash of soft somberness in Heavy Rope and And Counting. Toes could have/should have been huge. Plus she makes the word "magpie" sound hot.
Mew +-
Mew Visuals
Mew And the Glass Handed Kites
My Chemical Romance Number One
My Chemical Romance Number Three
My Chemical Romance Number Five
My Chemical Romance Number Two
My Chemical Romance Conventional Weapons
Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Old Gray Slow Burn
Owel Dear Me
Pierce the Veil Collide with the Sky
Queens of the Stone Age ...Like Clockwork
Radiohead In Rainbows
Radiohead Kid A
Radiohead A Moon Shaped Pool
Rise Against Endgame
Rise Against Revolutions per Minute
Scale the Summit The Collective
Secret Band Secret Band
Silversun Pickups Neck of the Woods
It's a great album. That's all there is to it. Fans should definitely like it. It didn't branch out far from what they have been doing, and it's very entertaining. Some of the riffs feel very similar to not only what is on this record but their previous ones as well, but it's nothing to fret over.
Silversun Pickups Swoon
Silversun Pickups Better Nature
Stolas Allomaternal
Streetlight Manifesto The Hands That Thieve
4.3/5 I really didn't expect to love this as much as I do. It's fun and passionate. Favorite Tracks: The Hands That Thieve, With Any Sort Of Certainty, and Your Day Will Come
Thank You Scientist Stranger Heads Prevail
The All-American Rejects Kids in the Street
The Front Bottoms Back On Top
Going to keep this at a 4. Yes, after hearing all of the singles, I really thought they lost their charm too. I was scared to listen to this because the only really good song was "Cough It Out". Since then, they have all grown on me immensely (especially "Cough It Out") and I must say that the other half of the album as a whole is miles better than any of the singles. There are definitely some cringe-worthy lyrics showing up here and there but they have some great ones as well. Songs like "Motorcycle" and "2YL" sound like the songs that this band should be making to follow-up their last release and "The Plan (Fuck Jobs)" sounds like something from their early releases mixed with the added instrumentation of this album. Those are about the closest to the band's previous material that we'll get here. The rest is a somewhat poppier yet vibrant "rock and roll" band having as much fun as they know how to. Album highlight "Plastic Flowers" is a testament to that and it may just be the best song in their discography. rLong story short, if you doubted this album because of the singles, you're in for a treat.
The Front Bottoms Rose
The Mars Volta De-Loused in the Comatorium
The Mars Volta Noctourniquet
It gets better and better with every listen because you realize that everything is in its right place here. Very innovative with insane synth/electronics. A lot of beauty and calling it prog almost seems inaccurate. Future punk? Is that what they called it? Seems about right.
The Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream
The Word Alive Deceiver
There Will Be Fireworks Because, Because
Thursday War All the Time
Thursday Common Existence
Tides of Man Dreamhouse
Trophy Scars Never Born, Never Dead
Trophy Scars Darkness, Oh Hell

3.5 great
A Lot Like Birds Conversation Piece
A Lot Like Birds DIVISI
AFI A Fire Inside
Alesana Confessions
Anberlin Lowborn
Artifex Pereo Time in Place
Avenged Sevenfold Avenged Sevenfold
Blaqk Audio Material
Bomb the Music Industry! Goodbye Cool World!
Bomb the Music Industry! Scrambles
Brand New Daisy
Bring Me The Horizon Sempiternal
Never would I have expected to like this, but I'll be damned if this isn't short of astounding. Best Tracks: Hospital For Souls, And The Snakes Start To Sing, Can You Feel My Heart
Chiodos All's Well That Ends Well
Chiodos Bone Palace Ballet
Chiodos Devil
Some tracks are meh, some are some of their best work. this band gets way to much unnecessary shit
Circle Takes the Square Rites of Initiation
Coheed and Cambria The Afterman: Ascension
D.R.U.G.S. D.R.U.G.S.
Craig Owens' voice has went from in my opinion awesome and original, which was a very distinct high note, and was watered down. It's a shame cause I bet haters of Chiodos would have appreciated him more with this voice on a Chiodos record. Still like his previous band, Craig Owens still steals the show here. Songs are a lot less epic, but still the record is pretty catchy.
Damien Rice My Favourite Faded Fantasy
Dance Gavin Dance Downtown Battle Mountain
Defeater Empty Days and Sleepless Nights
Deftones Koi No Yokan
Disturbed Believe
This is what the band should have built upon. A dark sound with passhion and meaning. It seems all they produce now are albums with great singles with 2 or 3 gems in between. Believe shows more than that. Remember is their best writing to date (with the exception of the killer Facade off Indestructable). Liberate, Prayer, Believe, and Awaken show how catchy and well written they can be, plus the vocals are top notch. Mistress and Darkness are the ballads that have yet to be topped. Sure Overburdened and The Night are pretty epic but these ones were the originals.
Every Time I Die Ex Lives
Gerard Way Hesitant Alien
Extremely impressed as well as surprised with how great this. It's, of course, a pleasure to hear Gerard's voice in something new again, but the songwriting is what really brings this to life. It's varied, vibrant, Very fun.
Glassjaw Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence
Glassjaw Coloring Book
It was good...but every song dragged on and nothing was as hardcore as their old stuff. Still "Gold" is amazing!
Hail the Sun Wake
Hands Like Houses Reimagine
I Kill Giants Let It Out
Iron Maiden The Final Frontier
This album may just be the best definition of "if it was any other album this would totally be a 4 maybe even 4.5 because it's really awesome, but it's a Maiden album so 3.5"
Iron Maiden Piece of Mind
Jeff Rosenstock We Cool?
La Dispute Vancouver
Makari Elegies
Melt is one of the most fun songs I've ever heard
Memphis May Fire Challenger
Metallica Master of Puppets
Metallica Death Magnetic
Moving Mountains Pneuma
My Chemical Romance Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys
Radiohead The King of Limbs
Rise Against Appeal to Reason
Rise Against The Black Market
The Black Market continues where Endgame and Appeal To Reason left off. Some moments will rgive you a Sufferer and the Witness vibe ("Bridges"), but other than that, this is an album rof its own. Tracks like the title track and "Zero Visibility" probably show that off the rbest. If you've heard "The Eco-Terrorist In Me", don't expect anything else to come close rto matching that here because that was this album's beast of a track. But, if you are a fan rof the band, the last 2 albums especially, this is definitely for you. rThe main disadvantages are that sometimes they are definitely stepping it up musically, but rothers are a bit plain. Also, Tim's vocals aren't bad by any means, but they feel a bit rlazier this time around.
Soundgarden King Animal
The Chariot One Wing
Easiest 4.5 I've given all year and quite possibly ever, for a band I tried first listen.
The Front Bottoms Going Grey
The Hotelier Home, Like NoPlace Is There
The World Is a Beautiful Place... Always Foreign
Treb has Harmlessness at a 2.3 so by that logic this must be a 4.8. I'm even more excited now
Thirty Seconds To Mars This Is War
Tilian Pearson Future Friends
Alive feels like the laziest thing he has ever done but the rest of these, especially Stranded and
Heartfelt are super fun
Tilian Pearson Material Me
Some of these are gorgeous and well constructed (Up In The Air, Flutter, Someday, Perfect Lie, and Favor The Gods), while the rest is too safe. I really hope he builds on the best with the next full length.
Toasted Plastic Ares Vallis
Too Close to Touch Nerve Endings
Touche Amore Is Survived By
About 9 minutes longer and 9 minutes better than their last LP
Trophy Scars Bad Luck

3.0 good
Brent Walsh 7
Very good listen. It could have done more and some tracks definitely are outshined by others but very good solo effort. Default World is clearly the highlight.
Bright Eyes The People's Key
Chevelle Hats Off To The Bull
A lot better than I had expected. Each song is pretty catchy and it all blends into a great mainstream album
Chiodos Illuminaudio
Dance Gavin Dance Downtown Battle Mountain II
Dance Gavin Dance Dance Gavin Dance
Fall Out Boy Take This to Your Grave
Foo Fighters Sonic Highways
I Kill Giants No One Will Ever Leave You
Only 2 actual songs that sound like they'd just be lost in the self-titled release somewhere. It's still good though
James Blake James Blake
It becomes painfully boring after Lindisfarne. But hey, before that, I can so understand the love for him.
Run the Jewels Run the Jewels 2
Run the Jewels Run the Jewels
The Smashing Pumpkins Oceania
The Word Alive Life Cycles
The Word Alive Dark Matter
Telle still sounds weak, but definitely better than Real. Easily their most consistent record since Deceiver, with only one terrible track (Made This Way) and 2-3 average ones. The rest are all pretty solid. The last 5 songs are some of the best they've done in a while, with the absolute standout being the title track. It may be less technical than some of the stuff I remember from Real, but this suits the band better. And it's not all lost (bridge in Grunge is awesome, and the 2nd verse in Sellout is a good change-up). Overall, 3.4/5. I still think Telle's cleans rob this of being a true comeback, but it's a pretty damn good reminder that this band still has potential.

2.5 average
Disturbed Asylum
Red Hot Chili Peppers I'm With You
Rise Against Wolves
Their worst album. They sound completely washed out, Tim's lyrics aren't cutting it, and you've
heard most of these melodies before. That being's not bad, just bland. First 5 tracks
are pretty good but after that there really is no more reason to continue listening. Miracle is a
decent closer and Parts Per Million was the only other decent cut. The two bonus tracks are
probably the most daring on the album (which isn't saying much) but they are much more interesting
than all of these, with their only fault really being that the choruses are pretty cringey when he
says the name of he song in the song. If you were done with this band after Sufferer and the
Witness, there is nothing here for you. This is definitely worse than The Black Market and that's
pretty sad to say.
The Word Alive REAL.
I liked Broken Circuit and Never Forget...even Play The Victim. The middle of the album is rboring as shit. Telle's vocals are literally doing nothing for me. Collapsing was pretty rfucking cool, but god, what happened to the moments this band could reach with We Know Who rYou Are and Evolution...kind of a shame. rI really think it is the lack of good choruses though...almost all of them are terrible

2.0 poor
Avenged Sevenfold Hail to the King
Fall Out Boy Save Rock and Roll
Green Day ¬°UNO!
Average as fuck. but i'm feeling nice so I'll say 2.75. Nothing really stands out, and when something does it's only somewhat. it's not bad, but...i prefered 21st Century Breakdown honestly.
Hands Like Houses Dissonants
Seriously, what happened? Say what you will about Ground Dweller, it was creative and full of
life. This was a chore in every sense of the word. If you liked the singles, great, the rest is

Edit: Anything above a 3 just has to be a joke, right?
My Chemical Romance Number Four

1.5 very poor
AFI Answer That and Stay Fashionable
Black Veil Brides Set the World on Fire

1.0 awful
Asking Alexandria Reckless and Relentless
Asking Alexandria Stand Up and Scream
Asking Alexandria From Death to Destiny
Black Veil Brides We Stitch These Wounds
Lou Reed and Metallica Lulu

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