Lockjaw | White Lies, Black Heart

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White Lies, Black Heart

by Lockjaw

Industrial fused Hell Rock with sexual overtones.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Industrial Metal
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1. Deaf, Dumb and Blind
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2. Space Station
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3. Love Sucker
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4. White Lies, Black Heart
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5. Queen of Pain
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6. America's Least Wanted
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7. The One
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8. Let Your Demons Sleep
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9. No Strings
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10. Mr. Murder Eyes
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11. Get Me Out of Here
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Album Notes
"White Lies, Black Heart" is a musical documentary about the decay of love and the betrayal that spawned it. The most cohesive Lockjaw album to date as a whole entity. The album has been described as "the darkest, most aggressive, disturbing, perverse, abrasive, sinful, exotic, erotic, fetishistic, and best of all, HEAVY Lockjaw release to date!” Mastered by David Donnelly who has worked with Aerosmith, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Kiss, Ministry and more, it is a blend of heavy industrial metal with moments of melodic tranquility. Joined by SinDelle Morte of DC's Scream Machine who lends vocals on 3 of the stand out tracks "Space Station", Let Your Demons Sleep" and "Get Me Out of Here". Along with Jeremy Gardipee of Incect and Murder Love God who adds synths on 4 tracks and Jose Ramirez(exLockjaw, Murder Love God) who takes on the lead guitar duties on 4 of the songs as well. An album that I am by far the proudest of and I hope you enjoy it.


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