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Release date: 22 November 2011
Style: Technical thrash metal, Progressive thrash metal

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01. Cosmic Cortex
02. Echoless Chamber
03. Dying World
04. Tetrastructural Minds
05. Venus Project
06. Dark Creations, Dead Creators
07. Fast Paced Society
08. Outer Isolation

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Staff review by
Troy Killjoy

Rating:
7.5
Oh shit, the Killjoy is reviewing a thrash metal album. Brace yourselves.

ADD-friendly review: This is not the worst album of the revivalist thrash movement I've come across.

In spite of my pseudo-crusade against anything revivalist, I admittedly found Vektor's Outer Isolation to be a clear step above the rest. Now, I compared these guys to Toxik when I first listened to the over-hyped debut, Black Future. They immediately built success off that sound, a highly technical form of thrash metal that even drew some appreciation from the prog crowd. Yet, people kept telling me how much more they had in common with Voivod, so I took a break and caught up with those old school thrashers.

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published 03.12.2011 | Comments (188)

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Troy Killjoy - 24.11.2011 at 20:18  
 
Written by pisymbol on 24.11.2011 at 17:01
One poster's 5 is another poster's 8. Its the way of the Storm.
You either get it or you don't. You don't, no big deal. I read your other reviews of various albums and honestly, other than your definition of good thrash, I like a lot of what you seem to gravitate toward. As I said, you are at least consistent in your thrash (again, meant as a compliment).

I agree with the first part (tastes differ) and I appreciate the compliment, but I do have a problem with people saying I don't "get it". Thrash is pretty simple stuff, there isn't much to get. I might be misinterpreting what you meant by that though. Maybe you just meant I don't get it as in I don't "feel it" (which is basically just saying I don't like it) which I can agree with, but it's not a genre I don't understand.
Troy Killjoy - 24.11.2011 at 20:19  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 24.11.2011 at 13:21
In fact, I find newer albums by the thrash veterans like Sodom, Overkill, Testament and Exodus to be far superior to anything these newer thrash bands are releasing.

Likewise. At first I thought I was being a thrash elitist or a snob but then I started listening to the old bands' new releases and I was like...huh, I guess I do like modern thrash, it just so happens that all the modern thrash I like happens to be coming from bands that have been playing since before I was born.
Angelic Storm - 24.11.2011 at 21:10  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 24.11.2011 at 20:19
Likewise. At first I thought I was being a thrash elitist or a snob but then I started listening to the old bands' new releases and I was like...huh, I guess I do like modern thrash, it just so happens that all the modern thrash I like happens to be coming from bands that have been playing since before I was born.


Well, I think the idea of me being considered a thrash "elitist" or "snob" is quite preposterous. The only thrash albums I can think of that I really like which haven't been released by 80's thrash bands are the first couple of albums by The Haunted. Evile, Bonded By Blood, Warbringer etc just seem to play a very generic brand of thrash that I find to be dull and boring. To me, even these days, the veteran bands just seem to do it so much better. There's nothing memorable on these revivalist thrash releases at all to my ears, then I hear something like "Knarrenheinz" and I'm like, THIS is how it should be done! The apprentices are certainly going to have to do much more to show me they are worthy of taking the place of the masters, because right now, they are quite a way off.
Troy Killjoy - 24.11.2011 at 21:12  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 24.11.2011 at 21:10
The apprentices are certainly going to have to do much more to show me they are worthy of taking the place of the masters, because right now, they are quite a way off.

Well that's just it, they don't have to as they have enough people thinking of them as masters at their craft as it is. So I doubt we'll see any level of improvement from the slew of revivalist bands. Hopefully Overkill, Sodom, etc. decide to never retire, otherwise thrash might very well die out altogether.
Angelic Storm - 24.11.2011 at 21:22  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 24.11.2011 at 21:12
Well that's just it, they don't have to as they have enough people thinking of them as masters at their craft as it is. So I doubt we'll see any level of improvement from the slew of revivalist bands. Hopefully Overkill, Sodom, etc. decide to never retire, otherwise thrash might very well die out altogether.


I have to say, I've been very pleasantly surprised at the quality of many of the veteran thrash bands' releases in recent years. "Tempo Of The Damned" is totally up there with Exodus' strongest albums, "Ironbound" was awesome, especially it's first two tracks which just blew me away, and Sodom have been very consistent since their full come back to thrash. Their last album in particular, being very strong and memorable. I think it is quite ironic that even with this revivalist thrash movement, that it's the old bands that are still at the forefront of the scene, and producing the best albums the genre has to offer in this day and age. The problem with many of these newer thrash bands, is they lack a real identity, a sound that is very identifiably "them", which was a problem with the slew of 10-a-penny generic thrash acts of the 80's.

The early Haunted releases made me very optimistic for the future of the genre as far as younger bands are concerned, but they don't play thrash anymore so... *sighs*
Troy Killjoy - 24.11.2011 at 21:24  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 24.11.2011 at 21:22
The early Haunted releases made me very optimistic for the future of the genre as far as younger bands are concerned, but they don't play thrash anymore so... *sighs*

Speaking of which, I'll be reviewing The Unseen soon. I'm just getting my Cavalera Conspiracy review proofed and then I'm onto The Haunted.
Angelic Storm - 24.11.2011 at 21:35  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 24.11.2011 at 21:24
Speaking of which, I'll be reviewing The Unseen soon. I'm just getting my Cavalera Conspiracy review proofed and then I'm onto The Haunted.


I myself, have pondered reviewing "Unseen" for a while now, but I don't have much confidence in my review writing abilities these days... What The Haunted had as a thrash band that most of the other modern thrash bands don't, was their own sound. Those touches of Gothenburg melody mixed in with raging thrash riffage gave them their own identity, something that most "revivalist" thrash bands are lacking. Hopefully, like many of the veteran thrash bands who lost their way during the 90's, who are now making some of their best material, so The Haunted will one day return to doing what they do best.
Troy Killjoy - 24.11.2011 at 21:40  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 24.11.2011 at 21:35
I myself, have pondered reviewing "Unseen" for a while now.

Eff that, you should review this album! You've got a ton of knowledge about thrash and it'd be nice to see someone who isn't completely obsessed with revivalist thrash talk about why this isn't a masterpiece.

Plus I think I remember you wrote a review for...Forbidden? If I remember correctly. I thought the review was very well done to be honest.
Angelic Storm - 24.11.2011 at 21:51  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 24.11.2011 at 21:40
Eff that, you should review this album! You've got a ton of knowledge about thrash and it'd be nice to see someone who isn't completely obsessed with revivalist thrash talk about why this isn't a masterpiece.

Plus I think I remember you wrote a review for...Forbidden? If I remember correctly. I thought the review was very well done to be honest.


Well, the version of my Forbidden review that can be viewed on this site was severely edited and cut by a moderator before it was put up for public view, which I think dented my confidence a lot as far as writing reviews goes...

I do appreciate what you've said though, very much. It's nice to think that you feel I have what it takes to give a good review of the album. So maybe I will consider giving it a go at least... Thanks for the positive words.
Marcel Hubregtse - 24.11.2011 at 21:58  
  Please stay on-topic
Angelic Storm - 24.11.2011 at 22:41  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 24.11.2011 at 21:58

Please stay on-topic


Sorry about that...
Marcel Hubregtse - 24.11.2011 at 22:52  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 24.11.2011 at 22:41

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 24.11.2011 at 21:58

Please stay on-topic


Sorry about that...


It happens from titme to time to the best of us
JCJen7 - 24.11.2011 at 22:58  
  Idk about you guys but.....
releases like this, their previous one Black Future, Toxic Holocaust's last two LP's, some Municipal Waste, and Lazarus A.D.'s debut are enough to convince me that these newer thrash bands are pretty darn good. I mean yeah, the "classics" of the genre are better (you know what albums im talkin about), but I prefer most of these new bands to the new stuff by Sodom, Megadeth, Heathen, Overkill, and Helstar. Death Angel's last album was an exception, I freakin love that thing.

Now, to listen to Marcel, I like how there is a lot of variety to this. To a band that has kind become known for ambition, I think they did a good job not to disappoint there. My only negative is it's got so many of those mini 3 second long guitar solos/interludes that it actually changes their style from a kind of grim thrash-with-black-influence to this quite melodic flashy thrash band with black-ish vocals...to my ears anyways.

Otherwise though, really really like this album.
neonxaos - 24.11.2011 at 23:57  
  I say this with respect for your opinions, Troy, but I think this is the first time I have found myself agreeing whole-heartedly with you. While I can certainly see the technical prowess in this release, it hardly merits a #1 spot on this year's Top of 2011 list. I am no expert in the virtues of modern thrash, though. I only recently discovered Helstar and Testament
Syk - 25.11.2011 at 10:04  
Rating: 8
Written by Angelic Storm on 24.11.2011 at 22:41
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 24.11.2011 at 21:58
Please stay on-topic
Sorry about that...
I'd also like to see a review of this in your words, if you're keen (and would punctuate 'its' correctly ). I share about half of your taste for thrash, and I very very much enjoyed Vektor's material up to now. I gave a few listens to the two songs provided by the band/label online, and for one reason or another found myself disappointed to a degree... thinking the rest of the album must be up to their IMO brilliant standard if it's still doing so well in the MS ratings. (I'm almost amazed it's still above 9, whether taking those two tracks into consideration or not.) I don't think it's beyond them to put out three incredible albums in a row, or highlight-of-the-year stuff again, I just refuse to blindly buy into the hype. Well, blindly minus eight minutes

Regardless, if you don't choose to hear and write on this album, I'd still be quite happy to read your takes on something else
Angelic Storm - 25.11.2011 at 10:28  
 
Written by Syk on 25.11.2011 at 10:04
I'd also like to see a review of this in your words, if you're keen (and would punctuate 'its' correctly ). I share about half of your taste for thrash, and I very very much enjoyed Vektor's material up to now. I gave a few listens to the two songs provided by the band/label online, and for one reason or another found myself disappointed to a degree... thinking the rest of the album must be up to their IMO brilliant standard if it's still doing so well in the MS ratings. (I'm almost amazed it's still above 9, whether taking those two tracks into consideration or not.) I don't think it's beyond them to put out three incredible albums in a row, or highlight-of-the-year stuff again, I just refuse to blindly buy into the hype. Well, blindly minus eight minutes

Regardless, if you don't choose to hear and write on this album, I'd still be quite happy to read your takes on something else


What? I do punctuate "it's" correctly! My last review was cut quite considerably, but it wasn't edited due to punctuation errors. (at least not that I noticed)

When you say you'd like to see a "review of this" in my words, are you meaning this album? (Vektor's latest) Or "Unseen" by The Haunted? I have never heard Vektor, but I will rectify that soon. Though I've heard other revivalist thrash bands being raved about, then when I've heard them, I've been very disappointed, so I take the hype over them very much with a pinch of salt. At least until I've listened to them.

And thank you.
Deadmeat - 25.11.2011 at 11:06  
Rating: 9
Written by Angelic Storm on 24.11.2011 at 13:21

I haven't heard Vektor, so I can't comment on them, but bands like Warbringer, Evile, Bonded By Blood etc just haven't done anything that has excited me.



then please, go listen (A LOT) to all the rerecorded songs that this album contains (tetrastructural minds, fast pace society, venus project). go listen to "Echoless Chamber" to "Hunger For Violence" and then come here and comment. this band is really awesome and different...

Vektor has NO SIMILARITIES with those bands you've mentioned... try it for yourself...
Syk - 25.11.2011 at 11:07  
Rating: 8
Written by Angelic Storm on 25.11.2011 at 10:28
Oh yeah, sorry, I did mean this one. Like Troy said, it'd be great to have a review of this from someone who isn't madly jumping (or continuing to hang) on the bandwagon. So to speak... hahaha. If you'd rather do The Haunted instead, though, go for it

MS reviews aside, I agreed to some extent about the lack of freshness or outstandingness of the new thrash crop, but I must calmly side with Deadmeat on his last point. They really are something else, in my view... I'm just slightly hesitant to say, keeping in mind your past comments on Morbid Saint and Vio-lence
Angelic Storm - 25.11.2011 at 13:32  
 
Written by Syk on 25.11.2011 at 11:07
Oh yeah, sorry, I did mean this one. Like Troy said, it'd be great to have a review of this from someone who isn't madly jumping (or continuing to hang) on the bandwagon. So to speak... hahaha. If you'd rather do The Haunted instead, though, go for it

MS reviews aside, I agreed to some extent about the lack of freshness or outstandingness of the new thrash crop, but I must calmly side with Deadmeat on his last point. They really are something else, in my view... I'm just slightly hesitant to say, keeping in mind your past comments on Morbid Saint and Vio-lence


I think Troy was meaning "Unseen" when he said that. I can't review the new Vektor album until 3 months have passed since it's release.

Well, once I have listened to Vektor, I will give my verdict on them.
pisymbol - 25.11.2011 at 14:56  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 24.11.2011 at 20:18

Written by pisymbol on 24.11.2011 at 17:01
One poster's 5 is another poster's 8. Its the way of the Storm.
You either get it or you don't. You don't, no big deal. I read your other reviews of various albums and honestly, other than your definition of good thrash, I like a lot of what you seem to gravitate toward. As I said, you are at least consistent in your thrash (again, meant as a compliment).

I agree with the first part (tastes differ) and I appreciate the compliment, but I do have a problem with people saying I don't "get it". Thrash is pretty simple stuff, there isn't much to get. I might be misinterpreting what you meant by that though. Maybe you just meant I don't get it as in I don't "feel it" (which is basically just saying I don't like it) which I can agree with, but it's not a genre I don't understand.


Correction: You don't seem to enjoy the revivalist thrash bands. What's interesting is I would expect (as you pointed out) that you might like one revivalist style than others, but that's not true either. I think your overall sentiment on all of these releases is what garnered the "Troy, you don't really like thrash" comments. I can empathize a bit with the popular crowd this time! :-)

In any event, I have gone through Outer Isolation now three times and I'm pretty positive I enjoy it more than Black Future (I really need to buy the lossless copy than make do with Spotify).
JÄY - 26.11.2011 at 01:10  
Rating: 8 I'm prolly 5 listens in and so far it's perfect!
It's going to be sad to watch it slowly fall through the rankings.....
JD - 26.11.2011 at 04:29  
Rating: 9
Written by PazuzuSKOM on 21.11.2011 at 10:04

Well done Vektor, it continues the legacy of Black Future.

Well said.

And that's why we are bors.
PazuzuSKOM - 26.11.2011 at 11:19  
Rating: 10
Written by JD on 26.11.2011 at 04:29

And that's why we are bors.

BOR FOR BOR
elseif - 26.11.2011 at 20:10  
Rating: 8 I like it a lot.
Death To Posers - 26.11.2011 at 20:50  
Rating: 9 I've been waiting for this one for many moons!
eyeofthebeholder - 27.11.2011 at 00:58  
Rating: 10 Can anybody give me a link where to get this album from?I'm really interested in thrash metal and I want to check this band
Troy Killjoy - 27.11.2011 at 01:07  
 
Written by eyeofthebeholder on 27.11.2011 at 00:58
Can anybody give me a link where to get this album from?I'm really interested in thrash metal and I want to check this band


It goes against site policy to solicit for illegal download links, so I'm assuming you were asking for a Youtube video.
Troy Killjoy - 27.11.2011 at 01:10  
  Aaaand I caved in and listened to this last night. Admittedly it's much better than most revivalist thrash bands...to the point I wouldn't necessarily label this as revivalist thrash, just contemporary thrash. Decent stuff, probably worth a high 6.
NLthrasher - 27.11.2011 at 04:38  
  I haven't listened to this album yet but I found there debut album quite outstanding. In their debut they really nice injected some black metal influences in a thrash metal album. What also was nice about there debut was there ability to show emotion and create atmosphere. Especially accelerating universe is quite a top notch song. In my opinion accelerating universe was way better than the last Sodom album which has some good songs like Nothing Counts More Than Blood and God Bless You but sounded overall flat and boring to me. Black Future on the other hand was a pleasure to listen all the way through. Hexen, Savage Messiah and Warbringer also delivered some great albums.
For 80's Thrash bands I think Overkill, Destruction, Kreator and Megadeth are really doing a great job.
R'Vannith - 27.11.2011 at 14:28  
Rating: 9 This things so addictive, it's been on repeat for a few days now and no signs of letting up.
pisymbol - 27.11.2011 at 16:13  
 
Written by eyeofthebeholder on 27.11.2011 at 00:58

Can anybody give me a link where to get this album from?I'm really interested in thrash metal and I want to check this band


Its on Spotify and if you search the News section, the entire album is available online here.

EDIT: The CDs (I just bought the bundle) can be found on Heavy Artillery's oniline shop at this location.
errorcode99 - 27.11.2011 at 23:25  
Rating: 8 what a beast of an album!
Whoblehwah - 28.11.2011 at 10:00  
Rating: 10 How has no one reviewed this yet? Come on Metal Storm, get your shit together and review the best thrash metal album of 2011 already!
Deadmeat - 28.11.2011 at 12:07  
Rating: 9
Written by Whoblehwah on 28.11.2011 at 10:00

How has no one reviewed this yet? Come on Metal Storm, get your shit together and review the best thrash metal album of 2011 already!

it's better without a review. they dont seem to like the band. lol
Fradd - 28.11.2011 at 14:06  
Rating: 8 Well, here I am, rating a thrash album 9..
Angelic Storm - 28.11.2011 at 14:23  
  The ironic thing is, if this album is given a negative review by a staff member, they will incur a similar wrath that many associate only with mainstream metal fanboys.
Troy Killjoy - 28.11.2011 at 19:26  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 28.11.2011 at 14:23
if this album is given a negative review by a staff member, they will incur a similar wrath that many associate only with mainstream metal fanboys.

pisymbol - 29.11.2011 at 00:21  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 28.11.2011 at 14:23

The ironic thing is, if this album is given a negative review by a staff member, they will incur a similar wrath that many associate only with mainstream metal fanboys.


That's why you have guest reviews.

A bit off topic:

I do think that the rules regarding guest reviews should be relaxed a bit, i.e. If a staff reviews an album, then guest reviews should be reviewed/accepted/rejected at any time afterward. I do not think a multi-week wait should be imposed after a staffer reviews it. I think that would be a nice compromise for all.

Back ON topic:

This album is really cool! :-)
Angelic Storm - 29.11.2011 at 02:42  
 
Written by pisymbol on 29.11.2011 at 00:21
I do think that the rules regarding guest reviews should be relaxed a bit, i.e. If a staff reviews an album, then guest reviews should be reviewed/accepted/rejected at any time afterward. I do not think a multi-week wait should be imposed after a staffer reviews it. I think that would be a nice compromise for all.


As far as I'm aware, that is already the way it works. The 3 month rule only applies if a staff member hasn't reviewed it. A guest reviewer is free to make a review any time after a staff member reviews it.
pisymbol - 29.11.2011 at 03:49  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 29.11.2011 at 02:42

Written by pisymbol on 29.11.2011 at 00:21
I do think that the rules regarding guest reviews should be relaxed a bit, i.e. If a staff reviews an album, then guest reviews should be reviewed/accepted/rejected at any time afterward. I do not think a multi-week wait should be imposed after a staffer reviews it. I think that would be a nice compromise for all.


As far as I'm aware, that is already the way it works. The 3 month rule only applies if a staff member hasn't reviewed it. A guest reviewer is free to make a review any time after a staff member reviews it.


Ah, great!
Mattybu - 30.11.2011 at 02:57  
  Wow this suddenly appeared at #1 of 2011. Have to check it out now.
Darkside Momo - 01.12.2011 at 18:37  
  I should probably be checking the whole album, "Dark Creation, Dark Creators" was pretty damn good.
BitterCOld - 03.12.2011 at 01:59  
Rating: 7 Lots of swell technical virtuosity on display, but somehow missing the balls/edge. i guess i liken it to Megadeth's "Rust In Peace", cool stuff going on, but just missing the balls of "Peace Sells" to accompany the virtuosity. sometimes ditching some fretboard gymnastic for just muted low-e chugging every now and then is a good thing.

for thrash releases this year, i'm leaning towards Havok.
TrollandDie - 03.12.2011 at 19:27  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 24.11.2011 at 20:19

Written by Angelic Storm on 24.11.2011 at 13:21
In fact, I find newer albums by the thrash veterans like Sodom, Overkill, Testament and Exodus to be far superior to anything these newer thrash bands are releasing.

Likewise. At first I thought I was being a thrash elitist or a snob but then I started listening to the old bands' new releases and I was like...huh, I guess I do like modern thrash, it just so happens that all the modern thrash I like happens to be coming from bands that have been playing since before I was born.


I think there are several reasons for that:

The older bands still have a good knowledge of how to make an LP sound fucking heavy. Am I the only person who notices that old school bands make their albums still sound heavy and have a strong solid base for production quality? Meanwhile, many new-school bands have a tendency to make it sound ''lightweight''. I guess it's supposed to put emphasis on the fast tempo but it just sounds so weak. The drumming isn't just overproduced but leaves little impression (no real input for holding the rhythm sections tight).

I guess the next part is variety: Ranging from Exodus to Sepultura to Demolition Hammer to Sodom to Heathen to Toxik and so on. All these groups had their own individual style and added a lot of charisma to an overall generic genre. This originality is what led to thrash metal legends being born. Nowadays it seems there's no room for creativity: it's true that they're a lot of styles applied (Toxic Holocaust with black; Warbringer with death) but strucure-wise it all sounds similar to one another. It lacks any real character or notoriety to be built upon bands (with the exception of one or two) and become all one nauseating blur to headbang to.

Finally, I don't know about some of you but it seems like new bands just can't step above mediocrity. I mean, for some groups it seems every song is eitheir the same-or features the same boring ideals at least. With Exodus' latest dose of thrash, they fucking knew how to change it up a bit. With most modern groups I hear (uhh...play fast....now play fast again but with some more double bass here, a little bass guitar there and VOILA! A new song) I'm half-asleep by the fourth track.

Don't get me wrong. Some bands that have come out of the scene are fucking amazing: some real awesome musicians who show a true love for all things heavy. But it seems like an over-saturation of mediocre stuff is just how it goes. Thrash was an evolutionary step in extreme metal (death, industrial, death doom etc.) and some bands show there is a reason to go back to it. Then there are others who show why it went in the first place.
Mattybu - 04.12.2011 at 21:32  
  Listened to Dying World and liking this album a whole lot. Definitely buying at some point.
Deadmeat - 05.12.2011 at 00:27  
Rating: 9
Written by Mattybu on 04.12.2011 at 21:32

Listened to Dying World and liking this album a whole lot. Definitely buying at some point.

and you've listened to the worst song!
Mattybu - 05.12.2011 at 02:45  
 
Written by Deadmeat on 05.12.2011 at 00:27

Written by Mattybu on 04.12.2011 at 21:32

Listened to Dying World and liking this album a whole lot. Definitely buying at some point.

and you've listened to the worst song!




Deadmeat - 07.12.2011 at 18:19  
Rating: 9
Written by Kvltness_94 on 07.12.2011 at 17:47

And btw, Dying World is the best song from the album, way more straight-forward than the other ones.

sorry but if your fav song is dying world then you are not into the band at all. this is probably the worst song the band ever wrote (i am talking about it's musicianship)
Lit. - 08.12.2011 at 04:09  
 
Written by Kvltness_94 on 07.12.2011 at 18:52

Written by Deadmeat on 07.12.2011 at 18:19

Written by Kvltness_94 on 07.12.2011 at 17:47

And btw, Dying World is the best song from the album, way more straight-forward than the other ones.

sorry but if your fav song is dying world then you are not into the band at all. this is probably the worst song the band ever wrote (i am talking about it's musicianship)


I don't give a fuck about its musicianship, all I care is the musicianship.


fix'd
Daniell - 09.12.2011 at 21:46  
Rating: 8
Written by Kvltness_94 on 08.12.2011 at 19:23

OMG LIEK MY MUSIK TASTE IS SUPERIOR THAN YOURZ LOL I LISTNE TO VIKTOR JSUT 2 SAY IM MUCH MOAR INTELLEGENT DAN U MUSICALLY
fix'd


you failed at either being funny or being a troll or being whatever else you might've tried to achieve

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