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Worse Than Alone

The Number 12 Looks Like You

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Customer Reviews

This album is good...very good.

While manufacturing an album that surpasses the quality of "Mongrel" is by no means an easy task, "Worse Than Alone" sure does hold its own. The members of The Number 12 Looks Like You are heroes in this genre, producing only the most original of sounds. Although it may sound harsh at first listen, dissecting every minute detail is what makes listening to a TNTLLY such a great experience. This time around they manage to fuse even more musical aspects, yet still maintaining that grindcore sound that they have established in the past. While the album is still growing on me, I have found myself yearning for more of the intense grind, deep vocals, and pure nonsensical aspects. I'm sure this album will grow on me, however I have not found myself immediately feeling the brooding rhythms as was the case upon first hearing "Mongrel". Overall, an excellent album. Purchase it.

The best yet!

I love these guys. I think they keep progressing well album by album, this being no exception. Must buy for any metalhead. Experimental metal at its finest!!!!

AWESOME ALBUM

dude it freaking rocks! BUY IT!! BUY ALL THEIR ALBUMS!

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Bergen County, NJ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Taking their name (slightly altered) from a particularly dark, dystopian 1964 episode of The Twilight Zone, the Number Twelve Looks Like You plays a particularly dark and dystopian form of screamo that incorporates elements not only of the expected metal and hardcore but also Japanese-style noise rock à la the Boredoms and the show-offy tempo, time signature, and dynamic shifts of Frank Zappa. Forming in the New York City suburbs of Bergen County, NJ, in 2001 (initially under the name And Ever),...
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