Even rock’s biggest current sensation isn’t guaranteed a win, as Sleep Token’s alt-metal continues to get bigger without moving ahead all that much.
Tag: Spinefarm Records
The former HIM frontman goes it alone for an exceptional goth-pop debut.
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