$uicideboy$ – Long Term effects of Suffering (Download Free album Zip)
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Long Term Effects of SUFFERING is the upcoming third full-length studio album from New Orleans duo $UICIDEBOY$.
The album—which serves as the follow-up to their 2020 release Stop Staring at the Shadows—is expected to feature mixing from Louisiana producer and engineer Sambo Bachrack.
The album’s rollout consisted of the two singles “NEW PROFILE PIC” and “Avalon,” respectively released in April and May of 2021. The album cover, tracklist, and release date were revealed in late June via the duo’s social media accounts.
Due to misinformation spread online by music leaking groups, the record was originally thought to be named The New Normal—this was, however, debunked with the official announcement.
Suicideboys (stylized as $uicideboy$) is an American hip hop duo from New Orleans, Louisiana, founded in 2014 by cousins Ruby da Cherry and Scrim (stylized as $crim).
Via the music sharing platform SoundCloud, the duo rose to popularity for their abrasive, self-produced beats, as well as their harsh lyrical content and themes prominently featuring substance use disorder and suicidal ideation. They own and operate their own label, G*59 Records, under which all of their music is distributed by Virgin Music Label & Artist Services.
The duo are considered one of the most popular acts in the underground rap scene, and are also considered to have a cult following.
After several years of solely releasing EPs and mixtapes, Suicideboys’ debut studio album I Want to Die in New Orleans was released on September 7, 2018. It fared well commercially, becoming their first top-ten album on the US Billboard 200.
In May 2019, they released their collaborative six-track EP with Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker entitled Live Fast, Die Whenever. It also prominently featured Korn guitarist James Shaffer.