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Mutterings In My Head now Mutterings - Untitled download mp3 album
Mutterings In My Head
Avantgarde, Alternative Rock, Experimental, Indie Rock, Black Metal
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Untitled by Mutterings, released 15 March 2018 1. Shattering Visions 2. Unfortunate Dream 3. I Used T. .4. Consumed By Your Thoughts 5. I'm Still Alive? 6. Deprived of Joy 7. Explanations "I'm just a simple average person with average aspirations. People are ambitious and they hurt me. I'm helpless"- Stray. This is not an untitled album, the name is there and it's not on the front of the album. 7 songs with a lot of meaning. Seven songs, seven years, seven dreams, seven letters. The mutterings aren't in my head anymore, they are now part of the reality, they are here. There are only Mutterings. This album is different compared to the other ones, it's a high quality release made on terrible mental health conditions. I hope you enjoy it. The concept of the album itself is based on bad situations that happened between 2016 and now (mostly september and november 2017).

H is an experimental single project from Chile. After two years, the third album of Mutterings is here. The album starts from the second song, the first one is not of general taste, but I recommend to listen it. Untitled, by Mutterings. 7 Mart, 11:55 ·. Sorry for the long wait, I'm alive with a special announcement.

Mutterings In My Head. Walking Over The Shadows. If I'm Not Here Anymore. Mutterings In My Head - If I'm Not Here Anymore. Mutterings In My Head. 01:07 . 7 Мб 320 Кб/с. 62. On this page you can download song Mutterings In My Head - If I'm Not Here Anymore in mp3 and listen online. Send lyrics Send translation Send music video.

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Ruth Victoria appeared in my feed one day in September (I believe) and I must say that the occurrence is one I surely appreciate. There is strength in every line - a bit of defeat here & there, but always with a punch one may not see coming. She has a strong voice - it’s undeniable. And finally, assimilated agony. I have a soft spot for this piece and I thank each and every one of you for welcoming it and receiving it as much as you did.