11 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On blacklist_, Dangerkids announce their return with the strong-armed chug and flying chorus of “Kill Everything." Their fusion of metalcore aggression with electronic and hip-hop flourishes makes for moody melees, masterfully walking the line between in-your-face force and well-crafted hooks. The hardcore growls of “Things Could be Different” give way to fist-pumping sing-along moments, while the glitchy, metallic guitar of “Glass on Water” drives a soaring vocal turn from Andy Bane.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

On blacklist_, Dangerkids announce their return with the strong-armed chug and flying chorus of “Kill Everything." Their fusion of metalcore aggression with electronic and hip-hop flourishes makes for moody melees, masterfully walking the line between in-your-face force and well-crafted hooks. The hardcore growls of “Things Could be Different” give way to fist-pumping sing-along moments, while the glitchy, metallic guitar of “Glass on Water” drives a soaring vocal turn from Andy Bane.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
50 Ratings
50 Ratings

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GhostShadow0

🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼💀💀💀🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼 can not wait to get shwifty in the pit to this

Blacklist

Olivierc11

I don't think I've ever heard such a wide variety of early-mid-2000s alt-metal acts emulated by one band. I think this band does have potential and the singles are admittedly somewhat catchy. However, their sound is just too derivative of their influences, and the group seems to compensate for a lack of interesting ideas with sheer loud mastering. Unfortunately, these guys are more From Ashes to New than Linkin Park.

PERFECT

TFK lover

Been waiting 3 long years for this! Absolutely love the singles. Bout to have the whole album on repeat till the next one!

About Dangerkids

With a sound that blends the worlds of rap, electronic dance music, post-hardcore, and metalcore, Dangerkids feel like a revised version of Linkin Park. Forming Dangerkids in Dayton, Ohio in 2012, members Andy Bane, Tyler Smyth, Jake Bryant, Jake Bonham, and Katie Cole combined their varied influences to create a dark and moody sound, bringing disparate worlds together in a way that retained the best bits of all the genres involved while still feeling cohesive. Their debut album, Collapse, was released on Rise Records in 2013. Blacklist_, the group's much anticipated sophomore outing, dropped in 2016. ~ Gregory Heaney

ORIGIN
Dayton, OH
GENRE
Rock
FORMED
2012

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