Casket Life | The Good Times Are Killing Me

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The Good Times Are Killing Me

by Casket Life

Kind of like a trainwreck, but in a good way.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Hardcore Punk
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1. Ding, Ding, Here Comes the Fun Machine.....
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1:11 album only
2. Building Charcter One Step At a Time and You Have a Long Walk Home
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3. Anthems for Apathy
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4. Rock N Roll Death Machine
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5. Heavy Metal Vomit Party
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6. Drawn to Blood (the Revengence)
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7. The Metal in My Teeth Makes Me 5% Robot
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8. Low On Cash, Dig Your Own Grave
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9. You'll Try Anything When You Are Dying Alone
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10. Add a Little Revolution to Your Romance
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11. Shits About to Get Awesome
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12. Being a Ninja Means Never Having to Say Your Sorry
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The traveling train of Arizona misfits who have left a path of destruction in their wake, AKA Casket Life, debut full length. The heaping mass of riffs, punk rock and chaos form a fantastic collection of catchy as a cold songs. Drawing comparisons to Kid Dynamite, Murder City Devils, Hot Water Music, Murphy's Law, but really create a sound all their own. Songs about good times (of course!), touring, moving away, and catching heat for those things. You can't lose with this gem, and wait till you hear the catastrophe on their aptly titled follow up, "Building A Better Disaster"


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