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Hawthorne Heights Release Documentary

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Hawthorne Heights have released Die Colorful, a documentary about the making of their latest album, Bad Frequencies.

    Singer and Guitarist JT Woodruff shares “While writing and tracking Bad Frequencies, we set up some cameras to see what would happen. We let it unfold, naturally and organically, as the album began to bloom on camera and in session. Set to a musical score and spoken word passages meant to melt away anxiety and stress, Die Colorful is a journey into the making of Bad Frequencies, from our point of view.”

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  2. BTDandFeelingThis

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    Must watch this tonight!!
  3. AlwaysEvolving21

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    I love seeing how much these guys have going on these days. The new album is awesome. It was also nice to see their show in San Diego sell out. Solid guys.
  4. shawnhyphenray


    I can't wait to watch of my favorite albums of 2018 so far (and possible may favorite of theirs, at least since Silence
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  5. BTDandFeelingThis

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    Same here!! It’s a good watch. There’s also clips of a song that didn’t make the album in a couple parts that sounds really cool
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  6. i watched this but thought it was kind of a waste of time... there wasn't a lot of "making the album" stuff like it states. it was mostly just them talking about ohio, weather, touring, weird poetry, mixed with some scenery shots. it was mostly filmed after the album was done so it was more like a retrospective thing than an actual "behind the scenes/making of" kind of documentary, which is what i was actually hoping for. i'd love to see them in the room writing and demoing together, and all that goes into the demo/pre-pro/recording process that they only soooort of touched on.
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  7. BTDandFeelingThis

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    They did a fair job of showing the demoing and recording process, and I found the parts about touring and jt’s mindset in being in a band interesting.
  8. i just wanted more in depth stuff of them actually working on the album itself. there were bits of that, for sure, i just wanted that stuff to be the majority because it felt more like the minority compared to the other stuff in the doc.
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