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No Absolutes - Prong - X - No Absolutes

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Posted 12.04.2020 by Tauhn in category "DEFAULT


  1. By Modal on
    Feb 06,  · Prong keep the ball rolling on its newest release, X- No Absolutes. It's heavier than Ruining Lives but also throws in a few surprises. There are elements of thrash, hardcore, sludge and even djent. Highly recommended for Prong fans and metalheads in general/5(40).
  2. By Groramar on
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for X: No Absolutes - Prong on AllMusic -
  3. By Dozshura on
    Mar 18,  · X No Absolutes is PRONG at their very best. The sheer intensity and ferocity of the albums opening triumvirate Ultimate Authority, Sense Of Ease and Without Words leaves the listener gasping for air. The title track is crunchy and catchy at the same time. Do Nothing may be as close as you will ever hear PRONG get to a ballad and shows the /5(41).
  4. By Digore on
    Album Review: PRONG – X – No Absolutes + Interview with Tommy Victor. Mike Kennedy January 16, Heavy Metal Legends Prong featuring Tommy Victor return with X-No Absolutes. Metal legends Prong have returned with a bludgeoning new album, X-No Absolutes, and by all accounts this is Prong at their absolute best.
  5. By Samukinos on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Red Transparent Vinyl release of X No Absolutes on Discogs/5(45).
  6. By Nicage on
    Prong’s Tommy Victor Talks New Album ‘X – No Absolutes’: band’s frontman gives the scoop behind the metal act’s 12th studio album in our exclusive interview. Following on the heels of ’s Songs From The Black Hole, veteran metallers Prong return with their latest album X – No Absolutes (due out February 5th via Steamhammer/SPV).
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    Feb 17,  · von der Scheibe X - No Absolutes. Our new desktop experience was built to be your music destination. Listen to official albums & more.
  8. By JoJonos on
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Prong - X - No Absolutes at Discogs. Complete your Prong collection.4/5(73).
  9. By Akit on
    Prong ‘X – No Absolutes’ Review: genre-bending metal act produce their most diverse album yet. [rating=4] Between ’s Carved in Stone, ’s Ruining Lives and last year’s eclectic covers album Songs From The Black Hole, Prong have been on an inspired creative path as of late.

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