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Hey Mate! you heard these guys yet? 

 

 

I absolutely fucking dig them, and a few of the songs on the disc have an almost Hi-Tech AOR sound to them.

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Yeah, I know these guys. One of those very good bands... but I didn't get many keepers off this one. 'Rain' is my favourite tune, though - that's a choice cut. 

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2 hours ago, Nightrain said:

What's up Geoff ?

any good modern rock recommendations of 2019 ?

Best so far are;

Panic Division     -    Touch

To the Rats and Wolves     -    Cheap Love

Siamese     -    Super Human

Coldrain     -    The Side Effects

Bad Wolves     -    N.A.T.I.O.N.

Sleeping With Sirens     -    How It Feels to Be Lost

The Beautiful Monument     -    I'm The Reaper

The Bottom Line     -    No Vacation

The Gospel Youth     -    Thoughtless

Alchemy     -    Dyadic

H.E.R.O.     -    Humanic

 

Best EPs;

Awaken I Am     -    The Beauty in Tragedy

Point North     -    Retrograde - EP

Weigh the Anchor     -    Different Ways

Captives     -    Ghost Like You

Too Close To Touch     -    I'm Hard To Love, But So Are You, Vol. 1

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Geoff, you heard Tyler Carter's solo stuff, issues singer? Or Amity Affliction?

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3 hours ago, Leykis101 said:

Geoff, you heard Tyler Carter's solo stuff, issues singer? Or Amity Affliction?

Not heard Tyler Carter - worth checking out?

I do have all Amity Affliction's stuff. I do like them, but they're a little one dimensional. Much prefer Asking Alexandria. 

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Yeah bro, check out his solo disc Moonshine, he also sang on the band Wo Is Me's cd

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13 hours ago, Leykis101 said:

Yeah bro, check out his solo disc Moonshine, he also sang on the band Wo Is Me's cd

Cool, I'll check it out. A bit concerned about it being classified as "R & B / Urban" music, but I'll take your word for it. Woe is Me looks cool too. Not sure I tried them out in the past or not. 

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Dont get me wrong, I'm strictly coming from the fact he is about as amazing and talented as a singer can get, nothing he does compares to his Issues shit, but if your a fan of his vocals as I am, they are worth at least checking out, some of my friends who like Issues hate him doing anything but Issues material, I know a couple people who hate Issues, and loved him solo, the other band is pretty by the book, but not bad, just nothing I'd rant about like when I first heard Hit The Lights, or Cauterize, but who is like those guys???

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On 11/23/2019 at 11:15 AM, Geoff said:

Best so far are;

Panic Division     -    Touch

To the Rats and Wolves     -    Cheap Love

Siamese     -    Super Human

Coldrain     -    The Side Effects

Bad Wolves     -    N.A.T.I.O.N.

Sleeping With Sirens     -    How It Feels to Be Lost

The Beautiful Monument     -    I'm The Reaper

The Bottom Line     -    No Vacation

The Gospel Youth     -    Thoughtless

Alchemy     -    Dyadic

H.E.R.O.     -    Humanic

 

Best EPs;

Awaken I Am     -    The Beauty in Tragedy

Point North     -    Retrograde - EP

Weigh the Anchor     -    Different Ways

Captives     -    Ghost Like You

Too Close To Touch     -    I'm Hard To Love, But So Are You, Vol. 1

I am enjoying that Bottom Line album a lot 

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Haha. How'd I end up with Alchemy on that list? I guess it's a modern rock sounding band name? 

But yeah, you could get rid of Alchemy and also The Gospel Youth for;

Busted     -    Half Way There

A Better Hand     -    Out of Sight & out of Mind

 

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