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Release date: 15 September 2009
Style: Metalcore


8.1 | 19 votes


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Guest review by
Boxcar Willy

I was recommended Every Time I Die by a friend who lives in a trailer and smokes a lot of the ganja. That being said, I wasn't expecting much. However, I was pretty surprised upon hearing New Junk Aesthetic. It's a killer album full of musical goodies.

The album is just under 40 minutes of Southern fury - the music could be characterized as metalcore, but it really isn't. The band plays a sort of metal-inspired rock, borrowing attributes from both genres. The overall sound is a bit raw, untamed by the popular music craze.

published 07.01.2012 | Comments (3)


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Psilopylot - 14.05.2014 at 00:51  
Rating: 8 This was indeed an excellent album, and I really hate ----core genres.
flightoficarus - 14.02.2015 at 00:36  
Rating: 10 This is their best album, and the last that I enjoy start to finish.

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