This life is where you get f__cked is the third studio album by the Seattle-based digital hardcore band Rabbit Junk, and their first released on the Full Effect Records label. It is a concept album, divided into three separate parts which are only very loosely tied together. Each of these parts uses different influences and musical genres: The Struggle primarily combined elements of Gothenburg metal with drum and bass; Ghetto Blasphemer combined black metal with West Coast hip hop, and This Death is Where You Get Life combined elements of punk rock, death metal and gabber. The album was followed up by a direct sequel, Project Nonagon, which added three new songs to each of the suites.
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