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Erase Me - Cynical Existence (2) - Erase, Evolve And Rebuild (Bobus Tracks Version) (File, Album)

The Existence is the local area for everything that could ever possibly or impossibly happen with any laws at all. The Existence exists everywhere and nowhere at the same time, while simultaneously containing everything that we know, don't know, can know, can't know, will know, have known, always know, never know.

The Existence consists of an indefinitely infinite amount of beams that signify the different laws that could possibly and impossibly happen with time and without time, with logic, without logic, with in-between logic and every type of logic, time, space, dimensionality that exists, could not exist, could exist and does not exist. The outside of The Existence does exist and also doesn't exist, however, you will never find the end to The Existence since it simply is infinite, but there definitely is an end to The Existence, but in some places, there isn't.

The Existence has a grey look to it, which has some black parts. Friday 7 August Saturday 8 August Sunday 9 August Monday 10 August Tuesday 11 August Wednesday 12 August Thursday 13 August Friday 14 August Saturday 15 August Sunday 16 August Monday 17 August Tuesday 18 August Wednesday 19 August Thursday 20 August Friday 21 August Saturday 22 August Sunday 23 August Monday 24 August Tuesday 25 August Wednesday 26 August Thursday 27 August Friday 28 August Saturday 29 August Sunday 30 August Monday 31 August Tuesday 1 September Wednesday 2 September Thursday 3 September Friday 4 September Saturday 5 September Sunday 6 September Monday 7 September Tuesday 8 September Wednesday 9 September Thursday 10 September Friday 11 September Saturday 12 September Sunday 13 September Monday 14 September Tuesday 15 September Wednesday 16 September Powerful enough uses of this ability can even erase the mind and soul, if not more fundamental aspects of one's existence, such as concepts.

This ability's destructive power is not absolute, and one should not assume that it can erase the soul by default. They took one look at me, And decided on my fate. They took one look at me, And forced an unknown fear. They took one look at me, And caused the shed of tears. They took one look at me, And decided I was wrong. They took one look at me, And now I'm singing the slave mans song Therefore, I would be wise to write without ever having the need to erase.

Drummer Gillespie said of the album, "We've had success and we've come through a lot of waters. There's been 11, things we've been through so you would think, almost rhetorically, 'What do you need now? For me, exclusion is the scariest thing in the world. And I think Underoath coming back now with a new record—which none of us thought was possible—we want people to know that this is your music and you can feel however the fuck you want about it.

I just want to prove that we are doing everything in the most honest way we ever have. This is the healthiest we've ever been as a group of people, as musicians, and in our worldview.

The album received positive reviews upon release with some publications praising the chemistry between screamer Spencer Chamberlain and singer Aaron Gillespie as well as Christopher Dudley's programming while many fans criticized the band for going in a more alternative rock direction in contrast to their metalcore back catalog. New Noise gave the album a mostly positive review stating "The whole album is a throwback to when albums flowed together purposefully — much like how Define the Great Line embraced the push and pull of inter-album dynamics.

Erase Me is a full-album experience that feels like a bridge between Underoath's previous four records and vocalist Spencer Chamberlain's electronic rock project Sleepwave. Christopher Dudley's synth-work and programming, along with pulsing bass-lines from Grant Brandell result in the most industrialized version of the band yet. However, the stars of the show are Chamberlain and drummer Aaron Gillespie, whose kit work is as impressive as ever 'On My Teeth' will make fans smile.

Erase your face from time Erase the all of you from mind And you know how to fall Did you ever really care at all Erase your face from all the sides Erase yourself from love Erase yourself from love Erase it all away Erase yourself from memory You know how to .

9 thoughts on “Erase Me - Cynical Existence (2) - Erase, Evolve And Rebuild (Bobus Tracks Version) (File, Album)”

  1. Tull says:
    CYNICAL EXISTENCE seems to be an unstoppable machine set to eradicate all dancefloors from the surface of the Earth! The new album title "Erase, Evolve and Rebuild" says it all in a nutshell It's with a very annihilating and destructive attitude that Fredrik Croona shouts 'out and loud' the chorus of his new club hit "Erase Me".
  2. Sazahn says:
    Listen to Erase, Evolve and Rebuild on Spotify. Cynical Existence · Album · · 14 songs.
  3. Netaxe says:
    Erase Me, an album by Cynical Existence on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Kagagore says:
    Erase, evolve and rebuild (Bonus Tracks Version) by CYNICAL EXISTENCE, released 08 November 1. Something Strange 2. Erase me 3. My decadence, your sins feat Rave the reqviem 4. Imperfect 5. The Divine 6. Falling 7. Deus ex complex 8. Our bright future 9. Sins of your flesh The endless stride An eternity stuck on repeat No Compromise
  5. Faerisar says:
    Cynical Existence is the new solo project of Fredrik Croona (Project Rotten, and formerly of Menschdefekt).Started in , Cynical Existence melds “old school” harsh ebm and industrial with more emotional elements. According to Croona, Cynical Existence “doesn’t intend to create something new and unique, just something personal.”.
  6. Jurr says:
    Cynical Existence discography and songs: Music profile for Cynical Existence, formed Genres: Aggrotech. Albums include Pest, Absolute Grrrls Manifesto (Chapter 1), and Come Out and Play.
  7. Shaktishakar says:
    Erase Me is the eighth studio album by American rock band is their first album in eight years following Ø (Disambiguation) (), marking the longest gap between two studio albums in the band's career, and their first one with founding drummer and clean vocalist Aaron Gillespie since Lost in the Sound of Separation (). It was recorded in mid with Matt Squire and mixed.
  8. Tygojar says:
    Cynical Existence. Sweden. Dying Light marked a new era for Cynical Existence and a new transition into a more metal based sound. With the new single No way out, they took the full step into becoming a full line up and becoming a metal band while still maintaining parts of their former sound.
  9. Garr says:
    As so-called bonus tracks you’ll get to heard two remix works. The first one on “” by SEVERIN24 concentrates completely to turn this album track into a pure analogue sound event. Second one is a remix on “Hard Times” of the Russian old-school EBM acts DBS – but the final result even ended in a completely new track, on which.

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