Half-Life — The Dillinger Escape Plan

Before writing this, I watched The Dillinger Escape Plan perform “Prancer” live at the 2013 Golden God Awards, where, about halfway into the song, Greg Puciato cuts his head, yet performs, blood just streaming down his face, and finishes the song, even smashing a guitar against the huge wall of Orange Amps in the process. I had seen this video before—a lot of people have—but while I watched it this time, I realized how symbolic this was of the Dillinger Escape Plan as a whole. Ben Weinman and company don’t give a shit what anyone else thinks about their music, and are prepared to do what they need to do to make their music. And it shows, as there really isn’t a bad Dillinger Escape Plan album—they’re all solid in their own, unique ways.
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Whitechapel – Recorrupted

Whitechapel Recorrupted 01. Section 8 02. Strength Beyond Strength (Pantera Cover) 03. Breeding Violence (Big Chocolate Remix) 04. This is Exile (Ben Weinman Remix) 05. End of Flesh (Acoustic Version)   ... Read More...
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As I Lay Dying – Decas

As I Lay Dying Decas 01. Paralyzed 02. From Shapeless to Breakable 03. Moving Forward 04. War Ensemble (Slayer cover) 05. Hellion (Judas Priest Cover) 06. Electric Eye (Judas Priest Cover) 07. Coffee Mu... Read More...
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ECDEU’s Murmurs: Bromances

This is my new series of posts as of now as seeing that I wanted a new post. The last series was very random with posting and so this one will hopefully be weekly and consistent. Also, this one has less to do... Read More...