Vinyl LP pressing. After a long hiatus, New Jersey-based mathcore four-piece The Number Twelve Looks Like You is back with Wild Gods and their chaotic yet gorgeous brand of heaviness. "The band ended somewhat abruptly. We all just needed a break from one another. So as the years went on, Alex and I felt like we never got to write some songs that we knew had to be written - that next sound, that next wild record that would push us even more out of our comfort zones and into new waters," says frontman Jesse Korman. "We had built such a foundation, such an amazing following, and before we got too old, we knew we should give this one more big shot. To really make a statement for the world to remember us by."
Vinyl LP pressing. After a long hiatus, New Jersey-based mathcore four-piece The Number Twelve Looks Like You is back with Wild Gods and their chaotic yet gorgeous brand of heaviness. "The band ended somewhat abruptly. We all just needed a break from one another. So as the years went on, Alex and I felt like we never got to write some songs that we knew had to be written - that next sound, that next wild record that would push us even more out of our comfort zones and into new waters," says frontman Jesse Korman. "We had built such a foundation, such an amazing following, and before we got too old, we knew we should give this one more big shot. To really make a statement for the world to remember us by."
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Format: Vinyl
Label: OVLD
Rel. Date: 11/01/2019
UPC: 850000446151

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Artist: Number Twelve Looks Like You
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Vinyl LP pressing. After a long hiatus, New Jersey-based mathcore four-piece The Number Twelve Looks Like You is back with Wild Gods and their chaotic yet gorgeous brand of heaviness. "The band ended somewhat abruptly. We all just needed a break from one another. So as the years went on, Alex and I felt like we never got to write some songs that we knew had to be written - that next sound, that next wild record that would push us even more out of our comfort zones and into new waters," says frontman Jesse Korman. "We had built such a foundation, such an amazing following, and before we got too old, we knew we should give this one more big shot. To really make a statement for the world to remember us by."