Brian Paone

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Transpose | Yellow #1 |
The Grave Machine | Drop Kick Jesus

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Transpose’s second album, “Retribution,” is a conceptual storyline written by Brian about a broken man’s reaction to infidelity. It saw the band experimenting more in the studio. Some of the new sounds include the addition of keyboards, samples, and acoustic guitar. Order album  / More info>

Transpose’s second album, “Retribution,” is a conceptual storyline written by Brian about a broken man’s reaction to infidelity. It saw the band experimenting more in the studio. Some of the new sounds include the addition of keyboards, samples, and acoustic guitar.
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Transpose's debut album, "A Delicate Impact," combines the heaviness of metal-core, progressive, and post-hardcore. The single from the album, "Only The Dead Go Free," was played on numerous FL based radio stations throughout the summer of 2008. Order album / More info>

Transpose's debut album, "A Delicate Impact," combines the heaviness of metal-core, progressive, and post-hardcoreThe single from the album, "Only The Dead Go Free," was played on numerous FL based radio stations throughout the summer of 2008.
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Yellow #1's second album, "Thanks For The Nostalgia,"  focuses more on an old-school rap atmosphere, while staying true to the original flavor and vocal intensity of the first album. Order album / More info>

Yellow #1's second album, "Thanks For The Nostalgia,"  focuses more on an old-school rap atmosphere, while staying true to the original flavor and vocal intensity of the first album.
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Yellow #1's debut album, "Bottle Of Rain," combined the whimsical flavors of synth-pop, with the lyrical integrity and vocal intensity of heavy metal. Order album / More info>

Yellow #1's debut album, "Bottle Of Rain," combined the whimsical flavors of synth-pop, with the lyrical integrity and vocal intensity of heavy metal.
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The Grave Machine's self-titled album explores the industrial/horror side of metal. Sample-heavy songs, with grinding riffs and militant beats, set the groundwork for Brian's effect-heavy vocals. Order album / More Info>

The Grave Machine's self-titled album explores the industrial/horror side of metal. Sample-heavy songs, with grinding riffs and militant beats, set the groundwork for Brian's effect-heavy vocals.
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Drop Kick Jesus' second album, "Depress The Heart," was a growth both musically and sonically. The attitude of the songs had moved away from the typical hardcore style, and extended further into the electro-metal genre. Order album / More info>

Drop Kick Jesus' second album, "Depress The Heart," was a growth both musically and sonically. The attitude of the songs had moved away from the typical hardcore style, and extended further into the electro-metal genre.
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Drop Kick Jesus' debut album, "Splatterguts," was a musical vision to create an intense new style, combining heavy hardcore songs, with keyboards and samples. Order album / More info>

Drop Kick Jesus' debut album, "Splatterguts," was a musical vision to create an intense new style, combining heavy hardcore songs, with keyboards and samples.
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