Mushroomhead - The Righteous & The Butterfly



6.6 | 26 votes |
Release date: 13 May 2014
Style: Alternative metal, Industrial metal, Nu metal

Owners:

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01. Our Apologies
02. How Many Times
03. Devils Be Damned
04. Qwerty
05. Portraits Of The Poor
06. Childlike [feat. Jus Mic of 10.000 Cadillacs]
07. This Cold Reign
08. We Are The Truth [feat. Jackie Laponza of Unsaid Fate]
09. Son Of 7
10. For Your Pleasure
11. Worlds Collide
12. Graveyard Du Jour
13. Out Of My Mind
14. Rumor Has It [Adele cover]
15. We Are the Truth 3.0 [bonus]
16. Dope Ass Watt [remix version] [bonus]
17. Watt [DG Mix version] [bonus]

Line-up
J Mann - vocals
Jeffrey Nothing - vocals
Waylon - vocals
Stitch - samples
Shmotz - keyboards
Tommy Church - guitar
Skinny - drums
Roberto Diablo - custom percussion
Dr. F - bass

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21.10.2014 - 04:12
Rating: 5
Rsrdaman
I guess these guys wont stop until people stop eating up their repetitive drivel. They really epitomize the "generic metal band " sound.
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08.08.2015 - 21:47
psykometal
A staff guy...
Written by Rsrdaman on 21.10.2014 at 04:12

I guess these guys wont stop until people stop eating up their repetitive drivel. They really epitomize the "generic metal band " sound.

Well, considering they've been going at it for over 20 years and still have a very rabid fanbase, I doubt they're going anywhere anytime soon.

And how do you figure they "epitomize generic metal band sound"? Admittedly their stuff without J Mann (Savior Sorrow and Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children) are a little generic, which is why I don't particularly like that period of the band. But everything with J Mann is rather unique, including this album.

I'd love to see a list of all these "generic metal bands" whom they sound so much like that they epitomize the very sound of them...
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