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Depression, anxiety, rage, desperation - all such things that come to mind when Twitching Tongues first hits a new listener. The band melds together different forms of aggressive music into an audio melancholy not heard before. The band’s 2012 single, “Preacher Man”, can grip and twist the listener into an emotional confusion, creating a depressive rage that may end in a bloodbath. Other dark cuts such as “Feed Your Disease” and 2011’s “Sleep Therapy” are built to incite international mosh pits and for others to wallow along. The band is gearing up to release their sophomore book of hymns in the Summer of 2013 through Closed Casket Activities. The world has been warned.

Demo - 2010
Sleep Therapy - 2011
Insane and Inhumane EP - 2011
Preacher Man EP - 2012
In Love There Is No Law - 2013
World War V (Live) - 2014


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  • SerpentServant

    @xsykox1996x: check only living witness, life of agony, merauder and type o negative. I always felt like TT is a mix of those bands

    1 Jul 6:28pm Reply
  • RiasPure

    @Zombienation333: Or maybe some people aren't emo and just prefer a band's vocals to not sound like a drunk Barney The Dinosaur at karaoke night. Cute assumption, though.

    9 Jun 4:58am Reply
  • CleanLungs

    Took me months but finally love this band. Stoked for the release on Metal Blade.

    6 Jun 3:12pm Reply
  • Zombienation333

    People saying that TT's vocals are bad should get back to listen to their emo shit and fuck off.

    21 May 7:41am Reply
  • xsykox1996x

    Kinda hate how none of the "similar artists" sound like TT. I want this sound, not generic hardcore bands.

    14 Apr 4:57am Reply
  • thompsonjohn

    These guys and Ghost are the best original metal bands to come onto the scene in the last 5 years.

    4 Apr 5:12pm Reply
  • RiasPure

    Maybe if the vocals weren't so bad I'd actually like this band [2]

    21 Mar 1:14am Reply
  • Derk

    I dig it.

    20 Feb 3:07am Reply
  • 80sfraud

    obligatory post comparing twitching tongues to like chevelle or some shit

    19 Feb 7:55pm Reply
  • thedailygrind

    The guy sounds nothing like Pete Steele. I can see the influence shining through, but there is no similiarity.

    28 Jan 11:40pm Reply
  • faithlessss

    hard rock?

    26 Dec 2014 Reply
  • bon3sawmcgraw

    One of the hardest fucking bands around right now. Twitching Tongues forever.

    26 Dec 2014 Reply
  • michelleliu91

    i dig it,nothing else matters.

    20 Dec 2014 Reply
  • silenceissexy77

    what is this Typo Negative obsession all about lol

    8 Dec 2014 Reply
  • thompsonjohn

    These guys are the best new(er) band playing in metal today. Some of these comparisons to other vocalists are crazy, the only other two people he sounds somewhat like are Peter Steele and the vocalist of "Life of Agony." The new live album is really fucking good, though if it's actually LIVE has been debated. Regardless, it's worth listening to.

    11 Oct 2014 Reply
  • Hewi_Harri

    Vocals like Ozzy and band sounds like Life Of Agony hmm... not so bad=)

    26 Sep 2014 Reply
  • Lys0L

    sounds like fucking hoobastank [2]

    13 Sep 2014 Reply

    Maybe if the vocals weren't so bad I'd actually like this band.

    6 Sep 2014 Reply
  • rustedembrace

    Everybody likes these guys and there are twitching tongues shirts all over every hardcore show you go to. I tried but I guess its just not for me

    18 Aug 2014 Reply
  • JSmith0

    Really like this band, but I couldn't tell you why. Gets under your skin.

    15 Aug 2014 Reply
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