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Ultimate Authority - Prong - X - No Absolutes (CD, Album)

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  1. X - No Absolutes Prong. Type: Full-length Release date: February 5th, Catalog ID: SPV CD Version desc.: Digipak Label: Steamhammer Format: CD Reviews: 1 review (avg. 34%) Songs; Lineup; Other versions; Reviews; Additional notes; 1. Ultimate Authority Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 2. Sense of Ease Show lyrics (loading.
  2. Prong; Prong. X - No Absolutes. 2LP Vinyl+CD. Hey! Why not try to SPECIAL ORDER this item! () Prong. X - No Absolutes. 2LP Vinyl+CD. SKU: SPVLP.
  3. "X-No Absolutes" is released in a digipak with a bonus track and comes with a Prong sticker. "X-No Absolutes" shows the best side of PRONG. The pure intensity and ferociousness of "Ultimate Authority”, "Sense Of Ease” and "Without Words” are breathtaking. The title song is as powerful as it is catchy.
  4. Feb 17,  · Prong - Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck (video in its entirety includes lyrics) - Duration: ProngVEVO , views.
  5. X No Absolutes is PRONG at their very best. The sheer intensity and ferocity of the albums opening triumvirate Ultimate Authority, Sense Of Ease and Without Words leaves the listener gasping for air. The title track is crunchy and catchy at the same time/5(71).
  6. The X in the cover art and title of Prong’s new album, X – No Absolutes, represents the Roman numeral ten, because No Absolutes is the tenth studio album of all original material from the band; marking a milestone achievement. “Is it a milestone? I guess,” ponders Prong frontman Tommy Victor.
  7. X - No Absolutes Prong. Released February 5, X - No Absolutes Tracklist. 1. Ultimate Authority Lyrics. 2. Album Credits. Featuring Dane Markanson & John Browne.
  8. Prong is an American heavy metal band formed in The band was originally composed of founder Tommy Victor (vocals, guitar), along with Mike Kirkland (bass) and ex-Swans drummer Ted Parsons. Their first two studio releases, the EP Primitive Origins () and debut studio album Force Fed (), were released independently and directed more towards the hardcore punk.
  9. From a musical perspective “X (No Absolutes)” makes its steps on two major fronts. On the one hand it bring back some of the speedy, groove-heavy, face-punching industrial-thrash which was the core of Prong’s music for many years, but also continues the melodic and more mainstream tendencies which we saw on “Ruining Lives”.

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