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"Naked. "My Game Doesn't Have a Name" is A Pregnant Light unadorned. Stripped to its core elements. Riff, melody, harmony and rhythm. Love, fear and pain. Life, and death.

A Pregnant Light creator Damian R. Master recently stood at a crossroads. The project had evolved beyond metaphor. The multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and songwriter once cloaked the music in obscurities. Sprawling arrangements. Complicated language. A humming crackling cassette. Abstraction. But the new work demanded clarity. A direct line from head… read more

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  • Avatar for earthrot_
    All Saints' Day is pretty good on first listen.
  • Avatar for xxxKillianxxx
    its actually post-black metal with influences of melodic hardcore
  • Avatar for fcukrock
    ty chyba kurwa głuchy jesteś
  • Avatar for Bratizer
    You would purr when I touched you, :3
  • Avatar for NargaCuuga
    What is this? Depressive-Suicidal Hardcore? but it's sounded like Post-Black a bit D:
  • Avatar for k_maestro
    Neon White is great.
  • Avatar for DaddyHorror
    @Prahanien, you should check his earliest EPs/demo tapes.
  • Avatar for sirmuerte
    Cześć - jestem z Polski i po deafheaven ten gość na 100% stanie się kolejną ,,gwiazdką" hipsterskiego blacku.Tak_będzie - ps.to prawda
  • Avatar for meld0n
    lol but Damien is married and def not gay, but yeah. Not surprising that as soon as a project gets a bit more mainstream attention, a pack of shithead trolls and haters come outta the woodwork. Yawn.
  • Avatar for dario23
    ahahahhahaha “Naked. “My Game Doesn’t Have a Name” is A Pregnant Light unadorned. Stripped to its core elements. Riff, melody, harmony and rhythm. Love, fear and pain. Life, and death. A Pregnant Light creator Damian R. Master recently stood at a crossroads. The project had evolved beyond metaphor. The multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and songwriter once cloaked the music in obscurities. Sprawling arrangements. Complicated language. A humming crackling cassette. Abstraction. But the new work demanded clarity. A direct line from head to voice to heart to hands to you.

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