Afterburner - Dance Gavin Dance


Dance Gavin Dance

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2020-04-24
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 2020 Rise Records


Title Artist Time
Prisoner Dance Gavin Dance 3:46 USD 1.29
Lyrics Lie Dance Gavin Dance 3:56 USD 1.29
Calentamiento Global Dance Gavin Dance 3:58 USD 1.29
Three Wishes Dance Gavin Dance 3:28 USD 1.29
One in a Million Dance Gavin Dance 3:41 USD 1.29
Parody Catharsis Dance Gavin Dance 3:41 USD 1.29
Strawberry's Wake Dance Gavin Dance 3:37 USD 1.29
Born To Fail Dance Gavin Dance 3:28 USD 1.29
Parallels Dance Gavin Dance 3:36 USD 1.29
Night Sway Dance Gavin Dance 2:52 USD 1.29
Say Hi Dance Gavin Dance 3:51 USD 1.29
Nothing Shameful (feat. Andrew Dance Gavin Dance 4:01 USD 1.29
Into the Sunset (feat. Bilmuri Dance Gavin Dance 4:30 USD 1.29

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  • Never disappoints

    By Kitcattt123
    Amazing! Love lighting up and chilling back with this album. Need to see them perform this album live one day.
  • Great album

    By jagzvekwvav
    More of a chill and drive album for me than listen at the gym
  • Solid, Rock Solid

    By nekofkingstar
    I think every song on this album is great. I didn’t want to get my hopes up too much but this album met, nay, surpassed my expectations.
  • Literally my favorite thing

    By ChemMasterCris
    DGD is awesome
  • What is there to say

    By Nicco, DC
    I didn’t think they could do it again, but they did. It’s amazing. The song structures in this album are not as intricate as their last few albums, but this album vibes really hard.
  • The Boys Don't Miss

    By Grandpa Ah Puch
    Dance Gavin Dance is, honestly, a band that explores combinations of different musical genres mixed with a classic metalcore sound reminiscient of earlier 2000s emo/post-hardcore, which gives the album a nostalgic feel while staying true to the group's more prog, math rock roots from their first LP, 'Whatever I Say is Royal Ocean'. Major fans of DGDs earlier works may find this album disappointing and perhaps a downgrade from Instand Gratification, Mothership, and even Downtown Battle Mountain II, Self titled, Happiness, and Artifical Selection - but Afterburner, like every previous installation to the group's discography, has something for everyone (except for maybe Trapt Man). It's a fantastic album overall: serious, yet fun; hardcore, yet gentle; simple, yet complex; classic, yet experimental. Dance Gavin Dance, once again, proves that they can do it all while doing nothing.
  • Banger after banger

    By CokeWhiteTigers
    I don’t care what anyone says, this album deserves the 5 stars.
  • DGD does it again!

    By surfer545
    I swear every album gets better. Can’t wait to see them in August! You either get this band or you don’t. Then if you don’t, you should go get evaluated because well; this is one of the best bands out there!!!
  • Well at least it’s better than Artificial Selection

    By noahfoxx
    I like the opening track, the closing track, Say Hi, and that’s about it. It’s not a bad album by any means, and it’s not any worse than their last, but it just feels so meh. The song structures are all sounding the same. Tillian is talented and he has a powerful voice but there doesn’t seem to be any discernible emotion in it when he sings. It just sounds like he’s belting out. And overall it’s missing that pizazz or magic that every other DGD album has. It sounds... cheap, calculated. Maybe I’m outgrowing them, maybe my expectations were too high, but this album is just okay. Not great, not bad. Maybe it just needs to grow on me, but albums like Mothership, Downtown Battle Mountain II, and Instant Gratification never had to “grow” on me, and I’ll probably be listening to those timeless classics until I die.
  • Why are we voting 5 stars??

    By brady r creasy
    It’s the most basic metalcore out there?

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