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1.THE SCAM

2.FACE THE FACT

3.MADNESS

4.SHAME ON ME

5.BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY

6.LOVE ME LOVE ME NOT

7.DRAMA

8.KILL YOUR DARLINGS

9.TOUCH OF PARADISE

10.FORGIVE YOU

11.START AGAIN

12.FIREFLY

13.THE FINAL RIDE

14.TURN AROUND DON'T BACK DOWN

 

THE NEW DEGREED ALBUM "DEAD BUT NOT FORGOTTEN", WILL BE RELEASED ON JUNE 19! IT'S HEAVIER, SOFTER, DARKER, BRIGHTER AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN! THIS IS SOMETHING TRULY SPECIAL. SO... FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELTS CAUSE HEAVEN & HELL ARE ABOUT TO COLLIDE!

 

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First time in a few months that I'm excited about an upcoming release. The last release was fantastic and hoping this one is just as good.

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I'm really nervous about this album, though. They set the bar real high with their last effort.

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You may not be Gotthardline, i've heard Life Love Loss and it passed by as just another average album. Can't remember it in fact. Haven't heard the last release though.

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I'm 3/4 in the middle between the two opinions here. They're a good band - maybe not quite as good as some suggest, imo, but they are certainly not bad, imo. I'm really looking forward to the new album and expect it to be much in line with the others - which have been very good... but not perfect. ;)

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We Dont Belong is a massive step up from the debut.

 

It gets better with each spin as well....like a fine wine.

 

Probably one of my fav albums in its year of release.

 

& can I just add, that out of all newer current bands recording in our beloved little genre, these guys along with HEAT and Work of Art are the 3 that really shine live.........most of the others I could take or leave, and trust me Ive seen most of them.

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Sounds average to me....checked a couple of songs from the previous release as well and you can call me unimpressed....

Thank you!

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Listened to 90 sec samples on Sweden itunes.

 

Sounds fantastic. Another big step up. The second half sounds like one killer tune after another

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Kill Your Darlings is quite fun, some part of it has crappy modern touch but yeah quite okay

 

sounds like it will be the worst song on the album from the samples.

 

which is quite a statement as I really like the song if im honest.

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