Metal: It can be sharp, it can be blunt, it can be heard and it can be felt.

Canadian

Favorite Melodic Death Metal Bands: Amon Amarth, Battlecross and Insomnium

Favorite Metalcore Bands: Protest the Hero, Bring Me The Horizon and Motionless in White

I also listen to indie/alternative rock (Wild Nothing, Smith Westerns, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Verve, Pixies and Vancouver Sleep Clinic) and Post-rock (Sigur Rós, Hammock, The Album Leaf and The Best Pessimist)

Killing The Messenger - Chosen Ones

Parkway Drive- Carrion

Can’t go back.

Can’t go back.

Sigur Ròs - Untitled 3 (Samskeyti or Attachment)

We Rise The Tides - For The Worst

Sometimes when I listen to metal and I know there’s a drop coming (specially screaming), I feel like Ichigo whenever he hollofies intentionally or unintentionally.Letting go of the norms society places, letting loose, letting go, showing your “shadow” (in Jungian terms), showing your true self and not being afraid of what others thinks.One thing I love about metal is that I can express myself without saying anything. The lyrics, the rifts, the drums…aside from weights, I use metal as therapy.

Sometimes when I listen to metal and I know there’s a drop coming (specially screaming), I feel like Ichigo whenever he hollofies intentionally or unintentionally.

Letting go of the norms society places, letting loose, letting go, showing your “shadow” (in Jungian terms), showing your true self and not being afraid of what others thinks.

One thing I love about metal is that I can express myself without saying anything. The lyrics, the rifts, the drums…aside from weights, I use metal as therapy.

(Source: sasuke-x)

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