My Name Is Hell

Kal Marks - My Name Is Hell
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Based on 1 review
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Based on 13 ratings
Liked by 3 people
August 5, 2022 / Release Date
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72
Pitchfork
Following the dissolution of the longstanding Boston power trio in 2020, Carl Shane reassembles the group as a quartet and pushes at the limits of its dense, cantankerous sound.
orangedroog65
90

Really enjoyable and cohesive. Kinda darkish tone but still really melodic and was a real vibe this morning. It honestly reminds me a decent amount of Skinty Fia, just in that it’s a convincing and singular album of similar intensity. Hoping this one sounds even better a week from now.

evelezt
70

As much as I liked it, they could've used a little of personality in the project.

78

Kal Marks gives us a banging sound with enticing lyrical values, which allows the audience to fall into an endless arena of destruction, chaos, and intimidating bliss.

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Track List

  1. My Life Is a Freak Show
  2. Shit Town
  3. Everybody Hertz
  4. New Neighbor
  5. Debt
  6. My Name Is Hell
  7. Ovation
  8. The Future
  9. Who Waits
  10. Mr. Dictionary (A Satire)
  11. Bored Again
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Added on: July 30, 2022