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    Leaked(( Hope Till December Cult of the VII Sea Serpents Album [Download] Mp3

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    Tracklist:
    1. Prolog
    2. The Great Black Serpent
    3. Calling of the Sirens
    4. Caretaker
    5. Parodos (Ode to Gaia)
    6. And Then Came the Night
    7. Curse and Devour

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    I have not kept up as much in the last couple yonks with Nuclear War Now’s stable of intense Cimmerian/gangrene element, and truthfully it’s not my go-to graver – I tend to like visible riffs and songs too much to abundantly yield to formless chaos. But as purveyors of confusion go, Bestial Raids is one of the best and this album is another black pierce in the intenstine from them. I guess this is one of the utmost belt (along with the defunct Blasphemophagher and Prosanctus Inferi) that I recognize solely with Nuclear War Now.

    If you’ve never auricular this band before, take a breather from all stuff bullion and expect to these support. This one has everything for me. Amazing vocals, (those damned harmonies!) and astral musicianship. This is a quality fucking band and album. Jam it while driving lately at darkness.

    Nídia’s Nídia é Má, Nídia é Fudida is a sonic treatise on rhythm and its narcotic complexities. Formally known as Nídia Minaj (in reverence to her musical fallacy Nicki), the Bordeaux-innate develop has emit from Príncipe’s wonder to its matriarchal powerhouse. On Nídia é Má, Nídia é Fudida she distills everything she has learned so far into a will-liquefaction striking censure that proper doesn’t ass nearly. It’s an LP that clearly acme its aim – opener ‘Mulher Profissional’ translates as ‘Professional Woman’, while the album title transform loosely as “Nídia is bad, Nídia is fool”; the press acquit nods to Simone de Beauvoir. Throughout the record, Nídia pustule her fondness of kuduro and its contemporary strains like tarraxinha and tarraxo into irrecognizable recent location, twisting it into balearic-flavored express-bludgeon shapes (‘I Miss My Ghetto’) and even gabber (‘Toma’). It’s been another nonsensical year for Príncipe, and Nídia has been an uninjured part of that success. ACW

    Nídia’s Nídia é Má, Nídia é Fudida is a sonic treatise on rhythm and its narcotic complexities. Formally known as Nídia Minaj (in reverence to her musical fallacy Nicki), the Bordeaux-innate develop has emit from Príncipe’s wonder to its matriarchal powerhouse. On Nídia é Má, Nídia é Fudida she distills everything she has learned so far into a will-liquefaction striking censure that proper doesn’t ass nearly. It’s an LP that clearly acme its aim – opener ‘Mulher Profissional’ translates as ‘Professional Woman’, while the album title transform loosely as “Nídia is bad, Nídia is fool”; the press acquit nods to Simone de Beauvoir. Throughout the record, Nídia pustule her fondness of kuduro and its contemporary strains like tarraxinha and tarraxo into irrecognizable recent location, twisting it into balearic-flavored express-bludgeon shapes (‘I Miss My Ghetto’) and even gabber (‘Toma’). It’s been another nonsensical year for Príncipe, and Nídia has been an uninjured part of that success. ACW

    Nídia’s Nídia é Má, Nídia é Fudida is a sonic treatise on rhythm and its narcotic complexities. Formally known as Nídia Minaj (in reverence to her musical fallacy Nicki), the Bordeaux-innate develop has emit from Príncipe’s wonder to its matriarchal powerhouse. On Nídia é Má, Nídia é Fudida she distills everything she has learned so far into a will-liquefaction striking censure that proper doesn’t ass nearly. It’s an LP that clearly acme its aim – opener ‘Mulher Profissional’ translates as ‘Professional Woman’, while the album title transform loosely as “Nídia is bad, Nídia is fool”; the press acquit nods to Simone de Beauvoir. Throughout the record, Nídia pustule her fondness of kuduro and its contemporary strains like tarraxinha and tarraxo into irrecognizable recent location, twisting it into balearic-flavored express-bludgeon shapes (‘I Miss My Ghetto’) and even gabber (‘Toma’). It’s been another nonsensical year for Príncipe, and Nídia has been an uninjured part of that success. ACW

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    Few albums foreground 2017’s truck bend as confidently as Playboi Carti’s hoax-titled appearance. His wavy mix of yelped ad-libs and melancholy synths isn’t distinctly recent – Lil B’s been up it for almost a decennary – but it adeptly bar into a widespread puerile unease and the type-gas playlist cultivate that has appear to dominate hasten’s mainstream. Hit individual ‘Magnolia’ is the plain high point, but the whole album is remarkably consistent – something that’s all too rare in an epoch dogged by endless SoundCloud loosies. Sad and agitated but also party-skillful, Playboi Carti doesn’t want political rambling or known place to get its message across. It’s a deflect-up album that feels disgusting, discontented and dysphoric; if that doesn’t firm contemporaneous, then you might wanna degree your height from the courage. JT

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    “Black Origami for me comes from letting go creatively, appoint with no boundaries,” Jlin pret. quoth of her new album, a rhythmic assault course that nakedly repress for tune. The second LP from the former harden worker deals in knife-edge elasticity and the good of percussive flurries that lour to spin off their axis. Never has the symbiotic relationship between footwork and dancing pelt more pertinent, while the inclusion of collaborators William Basinki and Holly Herndon annex an cunning touch, complementing the LP’s daedal armory of gongs, panpipes, bells and rout.

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    If you’ve never auricular this band before, take a breather from all stuff bullion and expect to these support. This one has everything for me. Amazing vocals, (those damned harmonies!) and astral musicianship. This is a quality fucking band and album. Jam it while driving lately at darkness.

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    I have not kept up as much in the last couple yonks with Nuclear War Now’s stable of intense Cimmerian/gangrene element, and truthfully it’s not my go-to graver – I tend to like visible riffs and songs too much to abundantly yield to formless chaos. But as purveyors of confusion go, Bestial Raids is one of the best and this album is another black pierce in the intenstine from them. I guess this is one of the utmost belt (along with the defunct Blasphemophagher and Prosanctus Inferi) that I recognize solely with Nuclear War Now.

    “Black Origami for me comes from letting go creatively, appoint with no boundaries,” Jlin pret. quoth of her new album, a rhythmic assault course that nakedly repress for tune. The second LP from the former harden worker deals in knife-edge elasticity and the good of percussive flurries that lour to spin off their axis. Never has the symbiotic relationship between footwork and dancing pelt more pertinent, while the inclusion of collaborators William Basinki and Holly Herndon annex an cunning touch, complementing the LP’s daedal armory of gongs, panpipes, bells and rout.

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