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    Like Moths To Flames - The Cycles Of Trying To Cope (2024) (iTunes + FLAC)

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    Genre - Metalcore
    Quality - iTunes Plus m4a ~256 kbps / FLAC (tracks)
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    1. Angels Weep
    2. Paradigm Trigger
    3. Over the Garden Wall
    4. Gone Without a Trace
    5. Dissociative Being
    6. The Shepherd's Crown
    7. To Know is to Die
    8. Kintsugi
    9. Everything That Once Held It Together
    10. The Depths I Roam
    11. What Do We See When We Leave This Place?
     
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    Dealer - New Order Of Mind (2024) (iTunes + FLAC)

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    Genre - Metalcore / Nu Metal
    Quality - iTunes Plus m4a ~256 kbps / FLAC (tracks)
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    1. Kings Die Here
    2. Glass Preacher
    3. Devil In The Wire
    4. Red Teeth
    5. Pearl
    6. Violent Desire
    7. New Order Of Mind
    8. Hyperreal Death Scene
    9. The Hate You Try To Hide
    10. Almost Human
     

    Dealer - Discography (2019-2024) (FLAC)

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    Genre - Nu Metalcore

    The Plot In You - Discography (2010-2024) (FLAC)


    30 Seconds to Mars - Discography (2002-2023) (FLAC)


    Through Fire - Discography (2017-2023) (FLAC)

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    Immortal Disfigurement - Discography (2022-2024) (FLAC)

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    Gemini Syndrome - Discography (2013-2023) (FLAC)

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    Genre - Alt. Metal 
    Quality - FLAC (tracks)
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    2013 - Lux

    2016 - Memento Mori

    2021 - 3rd Degree - The Raising

    2023 - Primordial - Single

    2023 - Wake Up - Single

    2023 - Conquistador - Single

     

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    Formed in 2010 around the talents of vocalist Aaron Nordstrom (formerly a guitarist with Otep), drummer Steele Medina, guitarists Rich Juzwick and Mike Salerno, and bass player Alessandro Paveri, the Los Angeles-based mainstream metal quintet Gemini Syndrome spent their formative days opening for bands like Nonpoint and Murderdolls on the Sunset Strip. As their reputation within the L.A. hard rock scene grew, so did their audience, and soon after the release of their 2011 debut EP, the band inked a major-label deal with Warner Bros. with plans for a debut long-player. The resulting Lux, which has drawn comparisons to bands like Disturbed, Stone Sour, and System of a Down, was released in 2013. Following a switch to Sony-affiliated Another Century Records, they began working with Canadian father-and-son duo Kevin and Kane Churko to produce their follow-up, Memento Mori, which was released in August 2016.

     


    12 Stones - Discography (2002-2024) (FLAC)

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    Genre - Alt. Metal / Post-Grunge
    Quality - FLAC (tracks)
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    2002 - 12 Stones

    2004 - Potter's Field

    2007 - Anthem for the Underdog (Bonus Track Version)

    2010 - The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday - EP

    2012 - Beneath The Scars

    2017 - Picture Perfect

    2020 - Smoke and Mirrors Volume 1 - EP

    2023 - Anthem For The Underdog (Re-Recorded) [Sped Up] - Single

    2024 - Kiss From A Rose - Single

     

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    Vocalist Paul McCoy, bassist Kevin Dorr, guitarist Eric Weaver, and drummer Aaron Gainer were mostly still in their teens when they formed 12 Stones in the small New Orleans suburb of Mandeville, Louisiana. After performing no more than 12 live performances, they took their demo to New York City and performed at an industry showcase. The band ended up signing to Wind-Up Records to record its debut album with producer Jay Baumgardner. The album saw release in 2002, less than two years after the formation of the group. More success came to the band in 2003, when McCoy duetted with Evanescence on "Bring Me to Life," which became a smash hit and was included on the Daredevil soundtrack as well as Evanescence's debut album, Fallen.
    12 Stones released their second album, Potter's Field, which featured a heavier, more guitar-driven sound than their debut, in 2004. After taking a break from music to spend time with their families, the bandmembers reconvened to make their third album. Affected by the impact of Hurricane Katrina on their hometown, 12 Stones recorded Anthem for the Underdog in Memphis, Tennessee with Justin Rimer and Skidd Mills during the better part of 2006, and the album was released in 2007. During the pre-production for their fourth album, Dorr returned to the fold -- he had been gone for five years beginning in 2004 -- and 12 Stones added Mike McManus as their new drummer. The first fruits of this new lineup appeared as the summer 2010 EP The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday. Later that year, the band parted ways with Wind-Up, signing with Executive Music Group for their next effort. In 2012 the band reunited with Underdog producer Mills for that fourth outing, Beneath the Scars, which featured the singles "Bulletproof" and "Infected."
    Work for their fifth effort began after they signed with Cleopatra Records in 2016. Picture Perfect arrived in the summer of 2017.

     


    10 Years - Discography (2001-2024) (FLAC)


    Saint Asonia - Discography (2015-2023) (FLAC)

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    Red Handed Denial - Discography (2009-2024) (FLAC)


    Red Handed Denial - Father Said (2022) [24bit / 48.0 kHz Hi-Res]

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    Genre - Metalcore
    Quality - FLAC (tracks) 24 bits / 48.0 kHz - Stereo
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    1. Cloud 9
    2. Carbon Copies
    3. Fix Me
    4. Rose
    5. Father Said
    6. Let The Colours Fade To Grey
    7. Saint
    8. Marked With A Curse
    9. White Water
    10. Spiral
     
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    Novelists FR - Discography (2013-2024) (FLAC)


    Sum 41 - Discography (2000-2024) (FLAC)

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    Genre - Pop Punk / Punk-Rock
    Quality - FLAC
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    2000 - Half Hour of Power

    2001 - All Killer No Filler

    2002 - Does This Look Infected

    2002 - Does This Look Infected (Сlean Version)

    2004 - Chuck

    2007 - Underclass Hero

    2009 - All the Good Sh**. 14 Solid Gold Hits (2000-2008)

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    2011 - Live at the House of Blues: Cleveland 9.15.07

    2016 - 13 Voices

    2016 - 13 Voices (Japanese Deluxe Edition)

    2016 - 13 Voices B-Sides

    2019 - Order In Decline

    2019 - Order In Decline B-Sides - Single

    2021 - Catching Fire (feat. nothing,nowhere.) - Single

    2024 - Heaven :x: Hell

     

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    Canadian rock outfit Sum 41 hit the worldwide radar in 1996 after their hometown of Ajax, Ontario, proved unable to fully contain the foursome's mixture of arena-sized riffing, hip-hop poses, and toilet-bowl humor. Their breakthrough major-label debut, 2001's All Killer No Filler, featured the chart-topping MTV hit "Fat Lip" and follow-up "In Too Deep." From there, the band's mischievous pop-punk style was steadily hardened with darker, world-weary lyrics and a heavier, metal-inspired attack. 2002's Does This Look Infected? veered in that hardcore direction and still managed to maintain their popularity with singles "The Hell Song" and "Still Waiting." By the time double-platinum third effort Chuck landed in 2004, Sum 41's metallic tendencies were at the fore on songs such as "We're All to Blame." Despite achieving a chart peak with 2007's Underclass Hero, the band soon found themselves in decline in the mainstream during the 2010s, due in part to lineup changes and creeping health problems. While Screaming Bloody Murder produced the Grammy-nominated single "Blood in My Eyes," the album was the band's lowest-charting effort since their debut. Soon after, frontman Deryck Whibley announced serious health issues that would sideline the band until 2016, when they issued the successful comeback record 13 Voices. In addition to vocalist/guitarist Whibley, the band also originally included guitarist/vocalist Dave Baksh, bassist Cone McCaslin, and drummer Steve Jocz. Wooed by the boys' goofy antics and incendiary live show (and excited about the prospect of promoting their very own blink-182), Island put Sum 41 on the payroll in 1999. The Half Hour of Power EP followed, and Warped Tour dates put the word out. They returned in 2000 with the fun-filled full-length All Killer No Filler, and the singles "In Too Deep" and "Fat Lip" became staples of both modern rock radio and Total Request Live. An extensive tour followed, and Sum 41 enjoyed their success the way all near-teenage boys would, with plenty of towel-snapping, groupie-loving, and self-deprecating low-ball humor. In 2002, they returned to wax with Does This Look Infected? While the album was a bit harder-edged, it found the band as excited as ever to mix punk-pop business with sophomoric pleasure: The video for "Hell Song" featured the guys acting out a sort of rock-star debauchery cage match with the aid of a few celebrity action figures. Metallica, Jesus Christ, and the Osbournes all made appearances in the hilarious clip. It was not all fun and games, however, as Sum 41's involvement in the charity group War Child Canada had them lending a hand in the making of a 2004 documentary covering the effects of war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Five days into filming, fighting and gunfire suddenly erupted around them, and they barely escaped unharmed -- these events led to 2004's slightly more mature and serious effort, Chuck, named for the UN aid worker, Chuck Pelletier, who was instrumental in getting them to safety. The DVD Rocked: Sum 41 in Congo was released at the end of 2005, and the live album Go Chuck Yourself appeared the following March. Guitarist Dave Baksh left the band during the spring of 2006 due to creative differences, going on to form the metal-punk outfit Brown Brigade. Sum 41 continued as a trio, and their first album as such, Underclass Hero, appeared in July 2007. They eventually returned to being a quartet, replacing Baksh with guitarist Tom Thacker, and began to work on a new album. Screaming Bloody Murder appeared in March 2011. "Blood in My Eyes," a single from the album, was nominated for a Grammy that year. However, due to a series of back injuries for Whibley (and other issues that would soon come to light), Sum 41 would not return with new material for half a decade, despite their critical success. During the break, Jocz left the band and was replaced by Street Drum Corps' Frank Zummo. Baksh also returned to the fold just in time for Sum 41's comeback in 2016. The group signed with Hopeless Records and embarked on an international tour that included stops in China and a stint on that summer's Warped Tour. Their sixth LP, 13 Voices, featured the lead single "Fake My Own Death" and became their third highest-charting release in their native Canada, peaking just outside the Top 20 in the U.S. During promotion for the album, Whibley revealed that he had been in an alcohol-related induced coma during the band's hiatus in 2014. While recovery included learning to walk and play guitar again, Whibley contributed a large part of his healing to the writing process of 13 Voices. To coincide with the album's release, the band embarked on an international tour dubbed "Don't Call It a Sum-Back." After setting out on another trek to celebrate the 15th anniversary of their breakthrough, they returned to the studio. Their seventh set, Order in Decline, arrived in the summer of 2019. Intensely political and pulling no punches with their message, the album included the tracks "Out for Blood," "45 (A Matter of Time)," and "The New Sensation," borrowing from Linkin Park, Bad Religion, and even Muse on a series of rallying cries aimed at waking up a society on the brink of moral collapse.

     


    Neck Deep - Discography (2014-2024) (FLAC)


    Neck Deep - Neck Deep (2024) [24bit / 48.0 kHz Hi-Res]

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    Genre - Pop Punk
    Quality - FLAC (tracks) 24 bits / 48.0 kHz - Stereo
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    01. Dumbstruck Dumbf**k
    02. Sort Yourself Out 
    03. This Is All My Fault 
    04. We Need More Bricks 
    05. Heartbreak Of The Century
    06. Go Outside! 
    07. Take Me With You 
    08. They May Not Mean To (But They Do) 
    09. It Won’t Be Like This Forever
    10. Moody Weirdo 
     
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    Sleep Token - Discography (2016-2024) (FLAC)

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    Genre - Post-Hardcore / Ambient / Electronic / Progressive Metal / Alternative Rock
    Quality - FLAC (tracks) 
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    2016 - One - Single

    2017 - Two - Single

    2018 - Hey Ya - Single

    2020 - Sundowning (Deluxe)

    2021 - Alkaline - Single

    2021 - The Love You Want - Single

    2021 - This Place Will Become Your Tomb

    2021 - This Place Will Become Your Tomb (Instrumental)

    2022 - Sundowning (Instrumental)

    2022 - Is It Really You? - Single

    2023 - Take Me Back To Eden

    2024 - Aqua regia (Matthew Hektor Remix) - Single

     

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    Enigmatic British band Sleep Token combine post-rock, post-classical, and post-metal tropes with soulful indie pop vocals into a blend that sounds like nothing else. They released their innovative debut album, Sundowning, in 2019. The group appeared in 2016 with the self-released single "One." Their schtick was unique, to say the least: Fronted by a mysterious masked figure known only as Vessel and professing to worship an ancient deity called Sleep, they framed themselves as a kind of cult whose songs were all acts of worship to the deity. Sleep Token's music was equally original, blending tranquil post-rock instrumentation and soulful falsetto vocals with sudden eruptions of tech-metal brutality. Frenzied online speculation ensued as to the identity of the members, with the likes of Sam Smith, Hozier, and Bastille's Dan Smith being put forward as candidates. The influence of artists like Deftones, Meshuggah, Explosions in the Sky, Bon Iver, and Ólafur Arnalds was apparent, but the whole was greater than the sum of its parts. Sleep Token signed to Basick for their 2017 single "Two," then self-released a few more singles in 2018 before making the move to the Universal-distributed Spinefarm for their 2019 debut full-length album, Sundowning. In an unusual move, every track off the LP was issued as a digital single prior to its release, over a period of six months. With a bigger budget than before, the album presented a widescreen version of the band's sound, with more electronic elements, a pronounced R&B edge to the vocals, and a sludgier post-metal feel to the heavier parts. A deluxe version of Sundowning featuring four extra tracks appeared in 2020.

     


    Sleeping With Sirens - Discography (2010-2023) (FLAC)


    Sleeping With Sirens - Complete Collapse (Deluxe Edition) (2023) [24bit / 48.0 kHz Hi-Res]

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    Genre - Post-Hardcore / Alt.Rock
    Quality - FLAC (tracks) 24 bits / 48.0 kHz - Stereo
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    1. Tyrants
    2. Complete Collapse
    3. Crosses (feat. Spencer Chamberlain)
    4. Family Tree
    5. Let You Down (feat. Charlotte Sands)
    6. Be Happy (feat. Royal & the Serpent)
    7. Us (feat. Dorothy)
    8. Ctrl + Alt + Del
    9. Bloody Knuckles
    10. Mr. Nice Guy
    11. Apathetic
    12. Grave
    13. Complete Collapse (Acoustic)
    14. Let You Down (Acoustic)
    15. Us (Acoustic)
    16. Be Happy (Acoustic)
    17. Don’t Let The Party Die
     
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    Chelsea Grin - Discography (2008-2023) (FLAC)


    Chelsea Grin - Suffer in Heaven (2023) [24bit / 48.0 kHz Hi-Res]

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    Genre - Deathcore
    Quality - FLAC (tracks) 24 bits / 48.0 kHz - Stereo
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    1. Leave with Us
    2. Orc March
    3. Fathomless Maw
    4. Soul Slave
    5. The Mind of God
    6. Yhorm the Giant
    7. Sing to the Grave
    8. The Path to Suffering
     
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    Chelsea Grin - Suffer in Hell (2022) [24bit / 48.0 kHz Hi-Res]

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    Genre - Deathcore
    Quality - FLAC (tracks) 24 bits / 48.0 kHz - Stereo
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    1. Origin of Sin
    2. Forever Bloom (feat. Trevor Strnad)
    3. Deathbed Companion
    4. Crystal Casket
    5. Flood Lungs
    6. The Isnis
    7. Mourning Hymn
    8. Suffer in Hell, Suffer in Heaven
     
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    The Ghost Inside - Searching for Solace (2024) [24bit / 48.0 kHz Hi-Res]

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    Genre - Metalcore
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    1. Going Under
    2. Death Grip
    3. Light Years
    4. Secret
    5. Split
    6. Wash It Away
    7. Cityscapes
    8. Earn It
    9. Wrath
    10. Reckoning
    11. Breathless
     
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    The Ghost Inside - Discography (2006-2024) (FLAC)

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    Genre - Metalcore / Hardcore
    Quality - FLAC (tracks) 
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    2006 - A Dying Dream - Now Or Never

    2008 - Fury And The Fallen Ones

    2010 - Returners

    2012 - Get What You Give

    2014 - Dear Youth

    2020 - The Ghost Inside

    2021 - Rise From The Ashes Live At The Shrine (Live Album)

    2024 - Searching for Solace

     

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    The Ghost Inside are a L.A.-based melodic metalcore outfit fueled by the kinetic riffing and thunderous breakdowns that have become synonymous with the genre. They first found mainstream success in 2014 with the release of Dear Youth, which made its way onto multiple Billboard charts. The band went on hiatus in 2015 following a life-changing bus crash that saw multiple bandmembers sustain critical injuries, but returned in 2020 with a triumphant eponymous fifth LP. Searching for Solace, their sixth full-length effort, followed in 2024.
    Comprised of vocalist Jonathan Vigil, guitarists Zach Johnson and Chris Davis, bassist Jim Riley, and drummer Andrew Tkaczyk, the band formed in 2006 under the moniker A Dying Dream and released one EP, Now or Never, before changing their name and unleashing their debut full-length, 2008's well-received Fury and the Fallen Ones. The Ghost Inside began to hit their stride on 2010's Returners, spending more and more time on the road honing their skills and sharing the stage with the likes of Devil Wears Prada, Bring Me the Horizon, and Parkway Drive. The band's third studio outing, Get What You Give, arrived in 2012 on the Epitaph label, and was produced by A Day to Remember's Jeremy McKinnon. Their fourth studio long-player, Dear Youth, arrived in November 2014, and proved to be the group's most successful outing to date, appearing on several Billboard charts. Tragedy struck the following year when the group's tour bus collided with a tractor-trailer outside of El Paso, Texas. Both drivers were killed, and Jonathan Vigil, Zach Johnson, Andrew Tkaczyk, and two others were hospitalized in critical condition, with drummer Tkaczyk eventually having to get his leg amputated. Recovered and undeterred, the band held their first official rehearsal in early 2018, with plans to head back into the studio. They returned to the stage on July 13, 2019, for a sold-out show at The Shrine in Los Angeles, and released their eponymous fifth full-length effort in 2020. The album made the Billboard 200 and was followed in July 2021 by a digital release of the Ghost Inside's 2019 comeback, Rise from the Ashes: Live at the Shrine. February 2024 saw the release of the outcast anthem "Wash It Away," the lead single from the band's forthcoming sixth long-player, Searching for Solace, which arrived later that June.

     


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