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It may not be as popular for the thrash and hardcore crowd, but it speaks volumes to some of us who have been weighed down by an addiction and come out the other side with a new perspective.
Need an example, check out their single “Throne” on the new album.
Drug addiction can affect anyone, and without bias it destroys the lives of those it touches in the most intense and intimate ways.
The things we love, the people we cared about and the passions we have are sometimes the catalyst for the transformation we need… Getting help and getting treatment isn’t impossible, and in that we can find new meaning and new freedom in recovery.