Numic | Self Inflicted Numbness

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Self Inflicted Numbness

by Numic

Epic and timeless songs that you can find something new in every time you listen with a touch of Progressive rock incorporating outstanding grooves, mystic guitar shredding, fat bass lines, and emotional soaring vocals.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Pawns and Kings
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2. Bleeding Dry
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3. Fed Like a Worm
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4:41 $0.99
4. Ethereal
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5. Godlike
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6. Na-Muh-Nu
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0:35 $0.99
7. Unhuman
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8. Gone
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9. Fill the Void
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10. All I Take
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11. No Other Way
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12. No Memory
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13. 8 Points of Chaos
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Follow up to critically acclaimed "One Above The Heretics".
After 6 years, Numic reunites and writes the most emotional and personal work of music yet!
The sound incorporates a good deal of growth to incorporate more hooks without losing that progressive influence that sets Numic apart from the rest as well as an eerie old school feel. Lyrically, the best so far. Subjects that deal with addiction, failure and redemption. But not all songs are from such introspect. "Godlike" and "Unhuman" dabble in perspective points of view from between the human psyche to humanity itself. Matt Healy introduces a new instrument, the Chapman Stick which can be heard on "Unhuman" "No Memory" and "Na-muh-Nu".


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