The Holy Guile FSU

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News Added Dec 30, 2012 Remember the days of The Crimson Armada? I do, with a certain delicate fondness–their debut release Guardians took my still-forming metalcore sensibilities and helped mold them into something mature. Whether or not you’ve any lingering sentiment for The Crimson Armada is irrelevant to the matter at hand–for while The Holy […]

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Remember the days of The Crimson Armada? I do, with a certain delicate fondness–their debut release Guardians took my still-forming metalcore sensibilities and helped mold them into something mature. Whether or not you’ve any lingering sentiment for The Crimson Armada is irrelevant to the matter at hand–for while The Holy Guile maintain some of the same structures and styles (which is practically unavoidable when you consider the act was formed originally as a side project), FSU, and indeed the entirety of the band’s sound and style hinges on the extreme. Laden with lacerating blast beats, stellar synth, magnificent vocal work and superb song structure, FSU is the sound of a band who have not only found their niche, but mastered it to near perfection.

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1. Fap Fap
2. Uber Douche
3. Cool Story
4. Kthxbye
5. Stoke Stokely (Feat. Kody Hale from Hail to the King)
6. Hey Zeus
7. Idahoe
8. The Celebration
9. Ugly Biddie
10. Pac'alypse

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  • January 1, 2013 at 9:59 am

    THG is so amazing. Saud Ahmed really chose the better path, musically. He professes in his ability to combine technical deathcore with metalcore and create something entirely fresh and relentless. Looking forward to this album, as it may top my list of “Best Albums of 2013” right off-the-bat of the new year. \m/

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