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The Contortionist - Language flac album

The Contortionist  - Language flac album
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Prog Rock, Death Metal, Experimental, Ethereal, Math Rock
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FLAC album size:
1106 mb
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MP3 AA DMF AUD MPC TTA FLAC
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Rating:
4.9 ✪

The album was released under eOne/Good Fight Music on September 16, 2014. It is the first studio album to feature Michael Lessard of Last Chance to Reason - who replaced Jonathan Carpenter. The album debuted at on the Billboard 200 chart, as well as on the "Hard Rock" chart and on the "Rock" chart.

using The Contortionist's album to sell watches. FUCK YOU. Evan Hoyt3 ngày trước. I will always say this again and again. This album is a masterpiece. One time masterpiece by this band, they will never do another like this. Armando Gómez7 ngày trước.

Begin hyper-communication Restore our vision Of natural progression Rise in groves to reclaim the source The Center. Drift with the ebb and flow Drift with the ebb and flow Ebb and flow Ebb and flow Ebb and flow Ebb and flow Intuition sets in Branching out from your seed to seek.

So now that the album finally exists in some tangible form, it's easy to understand why The Contortionist believes in this record. Many of the adjustments The Contortionist have made to their music are incremental, but other attributes are obvious from the get-go

The Contortionist represents fearlessness in musical expression, designed to please artist as much as audience. d in the heavy sounds that first drew the individual players to the stage, yet unmoored by convention or expectation. On Clairvoyant, the band’s distinctive fingerprints remain, even as their atmospheric flourishes broaden to encompass ever-richer textures and mine the beauty of simplicity.

Band Name The Contortionist. Released date 16 September 2014. Labels Good Fight Music. Produced by Jamie King. Music StyleProgressive Metal. Members owning this album14.

Check out the chat below: Congrats on the new album. This is definitely a key album for the band with Jonathan Carpenter's exit and Mike Lessard taking over and it sounds like a pretty smooth transition