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Halos - 10 Years - (how to live) AS GHOSTS (CD, Album)

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  1. Oct 27,  · After reuniting with founding members Matt Wantland (guitar) and Brian Vodinh (guitar/drums), Knoxville post-grunge outfit 10 Years sound rejuvenated on their eighth album. Opener “The Messenger” offers inspirational lyrics over a driving beat, sparkling guitars, and a Tool-esque bridge, while “Novacaine” features a pulsing bassline and.
  2. Oct 27,  · US alternative rock band 10 Years' new album "(how to live) AS GHOSTS" will be out on October 27, Sometimes when band members reunite, it's as if no time has passed and nothing has changed. That couldn't be further from the truth for 10 Years. And, that's a good thing.
  3. (How to Live) As Ghosts is the eighth studio album by American rock band 10 Years. Track listing 1. "The Messenger" 2. "Novacaine" 3. "Burnout"
  4. Aug 16,  · Titled (How To Live) As Ghosts, it will be released on October 27 via Mascot Records and is the follow-up to ’s From Birth To Burial. The new record was produced by Nick Raskulinecz and sees the return of guitarist and drummer Brian Vodinh and guitarist Matt Wantland. Vocalist Jesse Hasek says: “It’s funny.
  5. There are a few songs in (how to live) AS GHOSTS like The Messenger and Vampires that I felt his presence would have helped the song a bit. Overall, 10 Years has released one of the best albums of the year in my opinion. It's right there next Mastodon's "Emperor /5(68).
  6. (How to Live) As Ghosts, is the eighth studio album by American rock band 10 their prior album, From Birth to Burial alluded to the band's plan at the time for it to be their final album, (How to Live) As Ghosts alludes to the sentiment of it being a rebirth of a band, while also alluding to the general sentiment that humanity spends too much time worrying about death rather than life.
  7. Oct 25,  · Release Date: October 27, 1. The Messenger 2. Novacaine 3. Burnout 4. Catacombs 5. Ghosts 6. Blood Red Sky 7. Phantoms 8. Vampires 9.
  8. The Autumn Effect as a whole is a pretty solid album, and little over a decade later I can safely say that I think 10 Years has not slowed down since then. Over here on How To Live (As Ghosts) you basically get exactly what you came for, often simplistic yet stellar instrumental work and Jesse Hasek delivering relatively well-written lyrics.
  9. Shares Coming surprisingly shortly after what was supposed to be 10 Years’ last ever album, From Birth To Burial, (How To Live) As Ghosts is a release that fulfils the basics of any good alternative/heavy rock record, but, frustratingly, refuses to expand upon its own intriguing ideas.

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