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Pinkly Smooth 'Unfortunate Snort' 2002

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John LeBlanc By John LeBlanc on
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Pinkly Smooth's first and only studio album 'Unfortunate Snort' is a blend of alternative, metal, death metal, and hard rock. Featuring Avenged Sevenfold's "Synyster Gates" on guitar, and "The Rev" on vocals and piano, this album is unique in every aspect. Opinions on this album will vary greatly - you will either hate it or love it [personally, I love it]. As for the band themselves, Jimmy Sullivan has an amazing voice. Be it normally singing, screaming, or growling [which he has an unbelievable talent at, which can be heard especially on the songs "Necromance Theater" and "The Body of Death of The Man With The Body of Death"] it sounds great. What specifically makes the band so different from others in my opinion is the use of harmonic chords on the guitar. One of the things I love about this band is there's always so much going on in the music, and the songs are unpredictable. It's hard writing about this band, you have to hear it to understand it. This is definitely an album worth getting, especially for fans of Avenged Sevenfold, or anyone who wants to try listening to something different [and by different, I mean "REALLY different"].