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thank god i found this band earlier...

well....i am ghost probably saved my life last year, so im eternally grateful for that but this is no where near the band i fell in love with its way too different, and its not nearly as good as it was still a decent album but a major letdown, they needed to keep the lovers requiem style here lovers requiem had a unique "im happy in a sad way" feel to it and was different (and better) than anything id heard, especially since they could pull off goth rock post hardcore without tastleless screaming this new stuff sounds like every other band out there-angry without a reason and screaming for lack of a better way to put it so still decent but not anywhere what it was or should be...

good but....

i think it's missing something, i like the new sound but i miss the violin and the duets.

That's Ok..I guess...

This band was rising, they were bound to be the top notch band in Goth music, with the violins, the duets, and the other guitar players. Unfortunately, the lead singer happened. Everyone left, the band changed. The smarter thing to be would have been to disband IAG in honor, and form a new band, since this is a new sound. RIP IAG


Formed: 2004 in Long Beach, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

First, back in the early flush of punk, there was the alluringly spooky Siouxsie and the Banshees, followed quickly by the reunited second go-round of the Damned, when singer Dave Vanian's comic book interpretations of Dracula and other horror-themed subjects were the band's primary focus. Then, in the mid-'80s alongside the multi-genre flowering of goth culture, there was both the hard-edged and punky Los Angeles "death rock" scene established by .45 Grave and Christian Death and the goofy, glammy...
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