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Walking With Strangers

by The Birthday Massacre

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hawaiianshirtfrankenstein This is pretty much one of the only emo-ish bands I liked in high school that I still really love, only I honestly love them more now. Made me want to learn to play keyboard. Favorite track: Looking Glass.
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hamtaro29 One of the best of this great group
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21stCenturyDevil I got into TBM about two years ago and was really impressed with their cover of "I think we're alone now" and overall heavy electronic sound. Being a metalhead I was really impressed. I have a lot of their material to go through yet, so I should be pretty content for awhile yet. All in all really glad I found a group that suit my industrial needs. 🤘🏻🔥🍻💀 Favorite track: Walking With Stangers.
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With their newest album, “Walking With Strangers” Toronto-Based The Birthday Massacre once again exceed the expectations of their ever-growing and devoted fan base. Co-produced by Rainbow, Falcore, and the legendary Dave "Rave" Ogilvie (who also mixed the album), TBM remain true to the sound that gained them the praise of fans and music critics alike, while further refining and expanding upon their signature sound. Guitarists M. Falcore and Rainbow (who also handle the electronics programming) effortlessly transition between the aggressive breakdowns on “Red Stars” to the dance-rock influenced “Science”. Vocalist Chibi shows more range and maturity with her stunningly beautiful vocals, from the delicate “Remember Me”, the powerful “Goodnight”, to the haunting and atmospheric “Movie”. Rainbow's synth programming adds an unmistakable atmosphere to the entire album, and standout rhythm hooks make this album instantly addictive. Once again The Birthday Massacre manage to blend gothic, rock and electronic music into a sound that is all their own, and brilliantly original.

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released December 4, 2009

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