22:59 - Kurty Wurty Lol Che did you just go to that show knowing lulz would be inevitable to see? Not gonna lie, I like his stuff, gets me feeling all upbeat and shit while I'm playing on P'km Showdown. Great story though!
01. Intro 02. Butterfly [feat. Audrey Sylvain] 03. The Stain Of Past Regrets 04. Departures 05. Memorial Address 06. An End 07. Beneath The Cliffs 08. Blue As The Sky, Powerful As The Waves [feat. Audrey Sylvain] 09. How Can I? 10. I Can See It In The Stars 11. It's Over 12. Withering In Hell 13. Ghost Tree Pt. 3
Additional info Produced by Tim Yatras.
Cover by George Eastman House.
Huh? The only thing black about it are the screams, the music totally isn't and isn't even metal I dare say. Just like the previous releases weren't metal and epecially not depressive black or black. Just because the main guy in the band was in some depressive black metal bands does not make this black or metal. Most of it is speeded up 80's English pop/rock