Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Fighty Flighty Hoobastank...

2009 and Hoobastank's Forever n ever, the platinum hit album from American Nu-metal band, how can the two be separated from each other. The album which returned the band's fame after a lousy "Every Man For Himself" as a proper Nu-Metal band but in 2010 rumours started to circle around that Hoobastank has disbanded. The news fell like a moon sized meteorite that simply crippled everything in the hearts of Hoobastank fans, it simply (including me) froze the blood in the veins but for all the Hoobastank fans, here you go, the guys are back with a new album to rock our faces off. The band has finalized the album cover for their 2012 instalment and the new album has been named as "Fight or Flight". The name itself seems to be filled with a pure adrenaline shot, so head bangers, get ready and save as much energy as you can because "Fight or Flight" is going to hit the streets on 28th August. Check out the album cover released by the band,

The-Napsters team will try its best to get the album to you in the least possible time :) 

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Linkin Park, back out against the odds...

Behold everyone, the boys are back with a new soul to be pumped in old, faded bodies of ours, yes! The LP's new studio album is out now, signified as "Living things". "If you can cut down on the number of pieces of gear, you can create a signature sound for the record,", Mike Shinoda expressing his feelings about the new album, adding "As we were working on it, it was a goal to only use the important sounds. Anything that wasn't playing a role in a song we got rid of.".
 

According to the band they have combined all previous four albums into one proper representation of the alt-metal-electro-rock band. The drums have been finely given a computerized tuning, special thanks to Machine Shop records. The album is also more bare-bones as a whole: at only 36 minutes, "Living Things" includes four tracks that clock in under three minutes, and nothing that makes it to the four-minute mark. Unfinished ideas reside comfortably next to gorgeous production values, and often, the listener ends up craving more.

So what are you waiting for, CLICK HERE to download the complete album via torrent.

Well the most anticipated album at The Napsters, so listen to it and fill the comment space given below ;)

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Fighty Flighty Hoobastank...

2009 and Hoobastank's Forever n ever, the platinum hit album from American Nu-metal band, how can the two be separated from each other. The album which returned the band's fame after a lousy "Every Man For Himself" as a proper Nu-Metal band but in 2010 rumours started to circle around that Hoobastank has disbanded. The news fell like a moon sized meteorite that simply crippled everything in the hearts of Hoobastank fans, it simply (including me) froze the blood in the veins but for all the Hoobastank fans, here you go, the guys are back with a new album to rock our faces off. The band has finalized the album cover for their 2012 instalment and the new album has been named as "Fight or Flight". The name itself seems to be filled with a pure adrenaline shot, so head bangers, get ready and save as much energy as you can because "Fight or Flight" is going to hit the streets on 28th August. Check out the album cover released by the band,

The-Napsters team will try its best to get the album to you in the least possible time :) 

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Linkin Park, back out against the odds...

Behold everyone, the boys are back with a new soul to be pumped in old, faded bodies of ours, yes! The LP's new studio album is out now, signified as "Living things". "If you can cut down on the number of pieces of gear, you can create a signature sound for the record,", Mike Shinoda expressing his feelings about the new album, adding "As we were working on it, it was a goal to only use the important sounds. Anything that wasn't playing a role in a song we got rid of.".
 

According to the band they have combined all previous four albums into one proper representation of the alt-metal-electro-rock band. The drums have been finely given a computerized tuning, special thanks to Machine Shop records. The album is also more bare-bones as a whole: at only 36 minutes, "Living Things" includes four tracks that clock in under three minutes, and nothing that makes it to the four-minute mark. Unfinished ideas reside comfortably next to gorgeous production values, and often, the listener ends up craving more.

So what are you waiting for, CLICK HERE to download the complete album via torrent.

Well the most anticipated album at The Napsters, so listen to it and fill the comment space given below ;)