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  1. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Counterparts - The Difference Between Hell And Home at Discogs. Complete your Counterparts collection/5().
  2. Jun 10,  · LP (12" album, 33 rpm) Counterparts Format: Vinyl. The Current Will Carry Us by Counterparts Vinyl $ Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Their follow up album "The Difference Between Hell and Home" is even better. Definitely check out this band. Read more. One person found this helpful/5(18).
  3. Counterparts DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HELL & HOME Vinyl Record. $ $ Back-Order. ON SALE. Out of Stock. Counterparts. Counterparts Tragedy Will Find Us (12" Grey w/Oxblood + Black Marble Vinyl LP) $ Out of Stock. ON SALE. Sign up for waitlist. Counterparts. Counterparts YOU'RE NOT YOU ANYMORE Vinyl Record Counterparts.
  4. Jul 25,  · Music Reviews: The Difference Between Hell and Home by Counterparts released in via Victory. Genre: Metalcore.
  5. The Difference Between Hell and Home, an Album by Counterparts. Released 23 July on Victory (catalog no. VR; CD). Genres: Metalcore, Melodic Hardcore, Melodic Metalcore.
  6. Jul 14,  · Song Witness; Artist Counterparts; Album Here's The Metal Sampler October ; Licensed to YouTube by SME, UMG (on behalf of Red); Warner Chappell, LatinAutor, ASCAP, Abramus Digital, Concord.
  7. Counterparts are a Canadian melodic hardcore band formed in in Hamilton, Ontario. The band currently consists of lead vocalist Brendan "B" Murphy, guitarists Blake Hardman and Adrian Lee, bassist Tyler Williams and drummer Kyle Brownlee.
  8. Counterparts The Difference Between Hell and Home This is Counterparts most focused LP, due to them embracing all the things that have worked for them in the past and delivering some truly entertaining guitar riffs in the process. 1: Exalt Counterparts / Exalt Split Sure, they only have two songs on here, but the perfect execution of melodic.
  9. Aug 07,  · Following up the musical and lyrical masterpiece that was The Difference Between Hell and Home was always going to be a monumental task, however Counterparts have exceeded themselves once again. The album's main themes are that of self-hatred, desperation and loss, and these are nicely complimented by the segues between the /5(32).

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