With three interesting and exciting singles already having fanned the flames of anticipation perfectly, after all, that is what singles are designed to do in the grand scheme of the promotional campaign; the release of Preteretrospective is perfectly timed.

From the dark designs and stygian shades of “Beautiful Perhaps” to the cynical and wonderfully titled “Takes a Long Cold Look and Then The Kitchen Sink” to the social commentary of “2poor2die”, a…

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