Emmure's Frankie Palmeri

Here’s A List Of Albums Emmure’s Frankie Palmeri Reccomends You Listen To


Should you ever have wondered what albums helped shape Emmure frontman Frankie Palmeri into the musician he is today along with some of his contemporary listens, then read on. Palmeri took to his Twitter last night (June 18th) to share the following list of albums that influenced him over the years, offering:

“The following Tweets will be a catalogue of albums I strongly suggest everyone listens to in their respective lives.”

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Those albums included:

Eighteen Visions – “Obsession
Poison The Well – “Tear From The Red
Deadwater Drowning – “Deadwater Drowning
It Dies Today – “Sirens
Ligeia – “Your Ghost Is A Gift
Cannibal Corpse – “Gallery Of Suicide
Ill Niño – “Revolution Revolución
The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza – “The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza
Atreyu – “Fractures In The Facade Of Your Porcelain Beauty
Mudvayne – “L.D. 50
Taproot – “Gift
Prodigy – “The Fat Of The Land
Blink-182 – “Dude Ranch
King 810 – “Midwest Monsters
Korn – “Life Is Peachy
Hatebreed – “Satisfaction Is The Death Of Desire
Cryptopsy – “None So Vile
Norma Jean – “Bless The Martyr And Kiss The Child
Non Phixion – “ The Future Is Now
Pharoahe Monch – “Internal Affairs
Bury Your Dead – “Cover Your Tracks
Limp Bizkit – “Significant Other
Candiria – “The Process Of Self-Development
DMX – “It’s Dark And Hell is Hot
Section 8 – “Nine Ways To Say I Love You
One King Down – “Bloodlust Revenge
Neck – “Neck
Sick Of It All – “Built To Last
25 Ta Life – “Strength Through Unity: The Spirit Remains
Fear Factory – “Digimortal
Daft Punk – “Homework
Waka Flocka Flame – “Flockaveli
Fantômas – “Fantômas
Mr. Bungle – “Mr. Bungle
Deftones – “Adrenaline
No Doubt – “Tragic Kingdom
On Broken Wings – “Some Of Us May Never See The World
Die Antwoord – “Donker Mag
Bladee – “Gluee
Bones – “Useless

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