Get What You Give is the third album by metalcore band The Ghost Inside, released on June 19, 2012. It is dedicated, in the inner CD case, to the memory of Ryan Vigil, brother of vocalist Jonathan Vigil. Get What You Give checked in at No. 3 on Australian hardcore radio station, short. loud's, Best Album of 2012 listener poll, behind Australian artists Parkway Drive and The Amity Affliction. The video for the single, "Engine 45", was released on June 5, 2012.
Band Name The Ghost Inside. Album Name Get What You Give. Data wpisu 19 Czerwiec 2012. Wydawcy Epitaph Records (USA-1). Wyprodukowany przez Jeremy McKinnon. Styl muzycznyMetalcore. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album46. 1. This Is What I Know About Sacrifice.
Metalcore The Ghost Inside. Liste der Bands Metalcore The Ghost Inside Get What You Give. Band Name The Ghost Inside. Erscheinungsdatum 19 Juni 2012. Labels Epitaph Records (USA-1).
At this point in their careers the band members of The Ghost Inside should've faced a common dilemma, "how do you follow your best release"" this record was Returners, a very above average work lyrically and musically. Where most bands fail in matching their best album with their follow-up, TGI basically did so, Get What you Give is just as enjoyable & good
Album Get What You Give. True dedication most just do not possess When push becomes shove, can you rise above the rest? Waves of words, they fall short and crash at my feet Such are the ways of the weak. I'm not scared! It's all that I know Done nothing but travel without knowing where to go I've been digging up bones Remnants of what made up me I've never shown. This is my time to rise Dark horse. I'll fight my way to the top You will never be the thorn in my side Dark horse. Dreams are my driving force Open your eyes. Go live your own life . Dark Horse" Track Info. Release Date June 19, 2012. Get What You Give The Ghost Inside.
The Ghost Inside‘s forthcoming new album Get What You Give has been slated for a June 19th release date through Epitaph Records. The group enlisted A Day To Remember‘s Jeremy McKinnon to produce the effort with frontman Jonathan Vigil offering: Our new album is musically, lyrically and vocally our best album to date. After spending two years on the road following the release of our last album (Returners), we’ve developed a true sound for our band
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