semantic compositions on death and its meaning

by goreshit

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jesse One of my all-time favorite albums. In such a chaotic genre, it’s hard to keep flow and to tell a story. Most artists fail being overly pretentious or just not able to express any emotion due to its hard and fast beats. This, however, is one of the best example how to do this genre right.

It never gets boring and “the nature of dying” makes me well up with tears every time, no exception. Hats off. Favorite track: the nature of dying.
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genrenders the album is some pure art, even though it's his first published one (let's forget about archive)
all the tracks in list are progressively gaining bpm, and i guess they are becoming more hardcore-ish accordingly to the position in list
my personal fav is o'er the flood just because
i can't explain, and i just don't really want to, it's just fucking beautiful Favorite track: o'er the flood.
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zayto hard to pick a favorite track
Favorite track: the nature of dying.
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released June 15, 2011


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