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The Horrifying Truth

I Am Giant

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Amazing Album from an amazing band

For anybody who is a fan of rock this album is a must buy. Those who have heard one or two songs by I am giant, this album has changed the game a lot. with all songs getting a new mix onto the album.
If you've never heard I Am Giant, I would recommend listening to And we'll defy and Purple Heart for a good example of the music

Amazing Album!

This is the best album I have heard in a looooong time coming from an amazing New Zealand band who we all know are gonna be huge! BUY THIS ALBUM, ITS INCREDIBLE!!

Awesome album

Couldn't ask for much more from these guys. It's the perfect rock album

Biography

Formed: 2008 in New Zealand

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Forming in New Zealand in 2008, melodic alternative rockers I Am Giant rose out of the ashes of more metal-leaning act Blindspott, who broke up for a short time in 2007. Former Blindspott drummer Shelton Woolright linked up with bassist Paul Matthews, guitarist Max O'Donnell, and British vocalist Ed Martin to explore a sound less metal and more geared toward alternative rock. I Am Giant worked for a long time toward their 2011 debut full-length, The Horrifying Truth, which became a huge hit for the...
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The Horrifying Truth, I Am Giant
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  • $13.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 01 August 2011

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