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Suicide Machines Releasing New Album Next Year

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Dec 6, 2019.

  1. Melody Bot

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  2. Snoblin

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    I will probably get excited for this, play it once when released, then proceed to play New Girl on repeat.
     
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  3. CampfireColorado

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    blessed be the fruit! and its on FAT!
     
  4. joey-wan kenobi

    Happiness is a warm gun mama

    OH HELL YES.
     
  5. JaytotheGee

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  6. alkalinexandy

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    Roger Lima from LTJ recorded/produced it. At least, that's what Jay said when they played Camp Anarchy this summer...

    Really looking forward to this one! And I can't wait to hear what it sounds like in terms of overall style (e.g., will it be harder like the last two albums or more standard "ska/punk" fare). I'm hoping for something akin to Battle Hymns with some modern flourishes/influences tossed in for good measure.
     
  7. joey-wan kenobi

    Happiness is a warm gun mama

    I was thinking the anger of Hellmouth, then realized I don’t NEED that... but more war profiteering... would be nice..
     
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  8. AsfAstAswegofar

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    Ooh Roger is the best. I love TSM, really looking forward to this.
     
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  9. domotime2

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    oh right! i forgot he told me this at the show last week. PUMPED
     
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  10. alkalinexandy

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    Hellmouth never did it for me, but that's just a matter of my own taste... I'm expecting something along the lines of War Profiteering in terms of energy level--but with a heavier focus on standard ska-punk.

    Yeah, Roger's production work is pretty on-point for this genre.