Facedown records is a label most would associate with hardcore. That is what makes “Hope for the Dying” such an anomaly. They are a band that plays with hardcore bands every night, but is firmly rooted in progressive metal. On this episode of Discography Discussion, Dan and Joe attempt to make sense of each complicated slab of metal that Hope for the Dying throws down. Enjoy! #discussmetal #HopeForTheDying

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Album of the week
Dan - Circle Back “Terminus”
Joe - Between The Buried And Me “The Great Misdirect”

Media Mentioned In This Episode:
Episode 132: Cryptopsy - http://bit.ly/DDCryptopsy
Age of Excuse by Mgła - http://bit.ly/LAMegla
Episode 130: Oh, Sleeper - http://bit.ly/DDOhSleeper
Episode 035: Vildhjarta - http://bit.ly/DDVildhjarta

Hope For The Dying Episode Playlist:

  1. City of Corpses
  2. Our Fallen Comrades
  3. The Awakening
  4. Transcend
  5. The Lost
  6. Open Up the Sky
  7. Reformation
  8. Narcissus
  9. Adamantine
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