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Scott McKenna

  1. Northampton, UK
  2. Metal
  1. collection 32
  2. wishlist 3
  3. followers 2
  4. following 10
  1. Pacific Myth (Official Release)
    by Protest the Hero
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    Harbinger Harbinger
  2. Kezia (Remaster)
    by Protest the Hero
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    The Divine Suicide of K The Divine Suicide of K
  3. Volition (Instrumental)
    by Protest the Hero
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Clarity (Instrumental) Clarity (Instrumental)
  4. The End Of Everything
    by Plini
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    The End Of Everything The End Of Everything
  5. Other Things
    by Plini
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Heart Heart
  6. Handmade Cities
    by Plini
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Electric Sunrise Electric Sunrise
  7. I
    by Plini / Sithu Aye
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Orm Orm
  8. Cloudburst
    by Plini
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  9. Atlas
    by Plini
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  10. Sweet Nothings
    by Plini
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Opening Opening
  11. 1745 7381 3265 2578
    by Plini
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  12. Moonflower
    by Plini
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  13. The Hollow Truth
    by Hero In Error
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  14. Shake the Earth
    by Visions
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Wet Bandits Wet Bandits
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  16. Cataract
    by Protest the Hero
    subscriber exclusive
  17. A Calculated Use of Sound
    by Protest the Hero
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    These Colours Don't Run These Colours Don't Run
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  19. Cold Water
    by Protest the Hero
    subscriber exclusive
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  21. Tidal
    by Protest the Hero
    subscriber exclusive
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  23. Ragged Tooth
    by Protest the Hero
    subscriber exclusive
  24. Aeolist
    by Aeolist
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    I I
  25. You're Listening To THE HELL
    by THE HELL
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    You're Listening To The Hell You're Listening To The Hell
  26. The World We Used To Know
    by Shattered Skies
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    The End And The Rebirth The End And The Rebirth
  27. The Hunter (April)
    by Chronographs
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  28. Flat White (June)
    by Chronographs
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  29. D.O.T.S (July)
    by Chronographs
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  30. The Tallest Peak (August)
    by Chronographs
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  31. Porcelain (May)
    by Chronographs
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    Porcelain Porcelain
    We've had time to adjust to Chronographs musical direction now, and in a good sense of timing, have released an upbeat mathy piece of goodness. Shout out to the killer vocals too!
  32. Losing Light (March)
    by Chronographs
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    It took me a few days to honestly get in to this, not because it is a departure from their previous tech-metal sound, but more down to the fact that there's a lot of good math-rock bands at the moment.

    Thankfully this stands up with their peers and warrants repeat listening. I would liken this song to throwing Minus The Bear, Infinity Land era Biffy Clyro and Proceed into the mixing pot.
  33. The Future Is Yours To Defend (Single)
    by ACODA
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    The Future Is Yours To Defend The Future Is Yours To Defend
    It's probably my favourite track from the latest album, I guess it may be down to the fact that it is very reminiscent of The Artist In The Ambulance era Thrice
  34. Singular Patterns
    by Cold Night For Alligators
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    You Never Cease to Amaze Me You Never Cease to Amaze Me
    Singular Patterns just knows how to bounce in and out of different ideas - From the few dance driven elements all the way to the groove-intensive breakdowns.
  35. High, Wide & Handsome
    by The Missive
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    Sleeping With The Bad Guys Sleeping With The Bad Guys
    It's the EP that will start to turn heads and get people to notice their presence in the Welsh scene. Hooks, melody and riffing, what more can you ask for?
  36. In His Image (EP)
    by Machinist
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    Sadist Sadist
    It's dark, it's djent-laden, but you know what? It's done to a high standard that I can appreciate and still listen to in spite of the fact that they have now broken up. Check out new projects Invocation and Proxxy. who both comprise of ex-Machinist members