* * * * * Kill My Bleeding Smile - Kill My Bleeding Smile * * * * *

2008-11-30 15:46:28 UTC
Since I eventually managed to get over "Radio Free Isaac." which I thought I would probably die listening to. Here is another one to brighten up a bit. Actually... "brighten up" is the wrong word in the musical context of "Kill My Bleeding Smile" as they will most certainly darken your afternoon. Think of them more sort of this MASSIVE dark cloud just above your head. ----------Excellent Excellent Excellent stuff---------- On a metalish and sludgie note. At its BEST. (This album is too short though) Artist - Kill My Bleeding Smile Album - Kill My Bleeding Smile Release Date - 2008 Genre - Post-rock Post-metal Sludge-metal Tracklist 1. skin and the sky 2. the sky bleeds to kill 3. the day he died 4. the great dead 5. I swallow everything ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Kill My Bleeding Smile - Kill My Bleeding Smile ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Thank you "JDAckers..." ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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