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The Amity Affliction - Let The Ocean Take Me mp3
Interprète: The Amity Affliction
Titre: Let The Ocean Take Me
Publié sur: 06 Jun 2014
Label: Roadrunner Records
Pays: Australia
Style: Metalcore
Catalogue #: 1686-1757212
Genre: Rock
Classement: 4.3
Votes: 657
Formats: Vinyl, LP
Taille du MP3: 1560 mb

Tracklist

1Death's Hand
Lyrics By – Ahren Stringer, Joel BirchWritten By – The Amity Affliction
4:15
2Pittsburgh
Lyrics By – Ahren Stringer, Joel BirchWritten By – The Amity Affliction
3:59
3Never Alone
Lyrics By – Ahren Stringer, Joel BirchWritten By – The Amity Affliction
5:37
4Give It All
Lyrics By – Ahren Stringer, Joel BirchWritten By – The Amity Affliction
4:55
5Don't Lean On Me
Lyrics By – Ahren Stringer, Joel BirchWritten By – The Amity Affliction
3:33
6FML
Lyrics By – Ahren Stringer, Joel BirchWritten By – The Amity Affliction
3:26
7Forest Fire
Lyrics By – Ahren Stringer, Joel BirchWritten By – The Amity Affliction
3:39
8The Weigh Down
Lyrics By – Ahren Stringer, Joel BirchWritten By – The Amity Affliction
3:31
9Lost & Fading
Lyrics By – Ahren Stringer, Joel BirchWritten By – The Amity Affliction
4:31
10My Father's Son
Lyrics By – Ahren Stringer, Joel BirchWritten By – The Amity Affliction
3:37

Crédits

  • Lyrics ByAhren Stringer (tracks: 1-10), Joel Birch (tracks: 1-10)
  • Written By – The Amity Affliction (tracks: 1-10)

Remarques

Limited edition pressing info:

225 - Clear/Black Splatter
225 - Sea Blue/White Splatter
225 - 'Beer'/White Splatter
700 - Aqua Blue

All others in standard black vinyl.

Does NOT include download card.

Codes-barres

  • Matrix / Runout: 119970E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout: 119970E1/B
  • Barcode: 0 16861 75721 2

Album

Let The Ocean Take Me - The Amity Affliction. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Artist: The Amity Affliction Album: Let The Ocean Take Me Year: 2014 Country: Australia I do not own anything. All rights go to The Amity the Ocean Take Me is the fourth studio album by Australian metalcore band The Amity Affliction. It was released on 6 June 2014 in Australia, 9 June 2014 in the UK and 10 June 2014 in the US through Roadrunner Records. It is their first record to feature new guitarist Dan Brown following Imran Siddiqi's departure shortly before their previous album release August 2012. This is also the last album with founding lead guitarist, Troy Brady. Metalcore Post-Hardcore. The Amity Affliction. Songs in album The Amity Affliction - Let The Ocean Take Me 2014. The Amity Affliction - Pittsburgh. The Amity Affliction - Lost & Fading. The Amity Affliction - Don't Lean On Me. The Amity Affliction - The Weigh Down. The Amity Affliction - Never Alone. The Amity Affliction - Death's Head. The Amity Affliction - Fml. The Amity Affliction - My. Farewell Lyrics. About Let the Ocean Take Me. Let the Ocean Take Me is the fourth studio album by Australian metalcore band The Amity Affliction. The album debuted at number 1 on the ARIA Charts, being their second consecutive album to do so, following 2012s Chasing Ghosts. Inspired in part by a near-death experience on last years Vans Warped Tour, the disc takes the listener on hard-hitting trek through depression, anxiety and eventual self-discovery. Let the Ocean Take Me Q&A. On 10 June 2015, The Amity Affliction released their first DVD. It was released on 6 June 2014 in Australia, 9 Ju read more. It was released on 6 June 2014 in Australia, 9 June 2014 in the UK and 10 June 2014 in read more. More By The Amity Affliction. Everyone Loves You. Once You Leave Them. This Could Be Heartbreak. Urgent, aggressive, and remarkably cathartic, LET THE OCEAN TAKE ME is The Amity Affliction at their most vital best. Recorded by producer Will Putney Winds Of Plague, Upon A Burning Body at guitarist Troy Bradys Evergreen Studios in Brisbane, the album pushes the bands signature post-hardcore approach to new heights of richness and diversity, providing the consummate aural partner to vocalist Joel Birchs increasingly more potent lyricism. For a band that puts out an album every 2 years they always seem to offer something that others would take 4 years creating which is great for the existing fans or anyone just getting into them. Amity Affliction take listeners on an emotional and powerful journey with their latest album, 'Let the Ocean Take Me. Check out our review here. A key moment in the album is 'Never Alone,' which starts to signify a turning point in the emotional turmoil. The lyrics speak of fighting together, not alone, and the track ends with a phone message left speaking of the depression and drinking and reaching out for someone to relate to. continues the road to a healthier life, but still offering some doubt as to whether the vocalist can find the way back home. My Father's Son' continues the trend, with a little self-analysis and trying to understand where the angst comes from. A band brought together by personal tragedy, the Amity Affliction have a certain knack for creating cathartic, emotional free-for-alls, giving every song the feel of a life or death struggle to keep from being crushed by the heaviness of the world around us. On their fourth album, the Australians continue to work toward their strengths with Let the Ocean Take Me. Musically, the album feels like pretty standard metalcore, with driving riffs leading to a crushing breakdown, followed by a bright chorus

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