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8 thoughts on “ Stillborn - Spineshank - Self-Destructive Pattern (Cassette, Album)

  1. Spineshank discography and songs: Music profile for Spineshank, formed February Genres: Nu Metal, Alternative Metal, Industrial Metal. Albums include The Height of Callousness, Self Destructive Pattern, and Strictly Diesel.
  2. Though I've generally moved onto other musical ventures, I still find myself coming back to Spineshank's third, final, and best album, Self Destructive Pattern. The band really hit their peak with this release, combining aggressive industrial riffs with catchy nu-metal hooks and angsty lyrics, an angry teen's best friend.
  3. View Spineshank song lyrics by popularity along with songs featured in, albums, videos and song meanings. We have 4 albums and 56 song lyrics in our database. Self Destructive Pattern Lyrics The Endless Disconnect Lyrics Falls Apart Lyrics.
  4. The Best of Spineshank is a greatest hits compilation album, released by the American industrial metal band Spineshank's former record label Roadrunner genidisgioboithetiliboharisi.coinfo was released on January 29, and features material from the band's first 3 studio albums presented in reverse chronological order.
  5. Spineshank's songs: Listen to songs by Spineshank on Myspace, Stillborn (Album Version) Spineshank. Self-Destructive Pattern. Self-Destructive Pattern (Album Version) Spineshank. Self-Destructive Pattern. 10, Consumed (Album.
  6. Feb 08,  · Listen to official albums & more. Spineshank-Stillborn SzexyBoszy. Loading Unsubscribe from SzexyBoszy? 13 videos Play all Spineshank Self Destructive Pattern Full Album .
  7. Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Roadrunner Records Intake · Spineshank Strictly Diesel ℗ The All Blacks B.V. Mixer, Producer: Amir Derakh Mixer, Producer: Jay Baumgardner Production: Josh Abraham.
  8. Essentially a hard rock album accentuated with sporadic metallic attitude, spiked with pseudo-techno inflections, and sprinkled with rap-metal distractions, Self-Destructive Pattern didn't do much justice to the band's aggro roots, but it did contain a handful of singles boasting serious crossover potential, in an Alien Ant Farm or Papa Roach kind of way.

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