Jade puget dating

03 Mar

If that weren’t enough, there are at least two side projects on the way: Blaqk Audio have recently announced that there are over 40 songs demoed for their fourth album.Considering that released less than a year ago, it seems like Davy Havok and Jade Puget are still riding that wave of creativity to make good on their promise of trying to get new Blaqk Audio releases out quicker.On the one hand, it’s more in line with what fans of older AFI have been clamoring for: an extraordinarily dark album in line with is designed from the ground up to cause a reaction, so much so that even the most diehard fans of the duo may have difficulty enjoying it.Musically, the album is a violent vortex of hard power chords and dark melody cut with rough breakdowns and twistedly haunted squeals (“Words For the Unwanted”).Jade’s guitar work is either the most technical of his career or the most sloppy depending on who is listening.There is little of the melody and precision that his work in AFI is known for, replaced instead with deep and dark searing riffs that sweep the album.In direct opposition to most of the album, the first few lines are delivered in cynical spoken word; “Oh you’re so wild / You think you’re so wild but your counter culture falls straight in line”.

Mixed with the piercing screams (the hardest he’s ever screamed, by the way), it’s almost uncomfortable to listen to.

It definitely does the job, but it might be the weakest aspect of the album.

While the music is almost inaccessible to anyone not into this subgenre, the lyrical themes are even more vicious.

XTRMST is a straight-edge (no alcohol, no drugs, no meaningless sex) hardcore band.

It sounds simple, but it’s a complex union that is without a doubt the most controversial album the Havok/Puget collaborations have released.