Love Death Immortality - The Glitch Mob

Love Death Immortality

The Glitch Mob

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2014-02-11
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11
  • ℗ 2014 Glass Air

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Love Death Immortality ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Mind of a Beast The Glitch Mob 4:16 USD 0.99
Our Demons (feat. Aja Volkman) The Glitch Mob 5:16 USD 0.99
Skullclub The Glitch Mob 5:48 USD 0.99
Becoming Harmonious (feat. Met The Glitch Mob 4:40 USD 0.99
Can't Kill Us The Glitch Mob 4:54 USD 0.99
I Need My Memory Back (feat. A The Glitch Mob 5:47 USD 0.99
Skytoucher The Glitch Mob 6:08 USD 0.99
Fly By Night Only (feat. Yaarr The Glitch Mob 4:47 USD 0.99
Carry the Sun The Glitch Mob 4:56 USD 0.99
Beauty of the Unhidden Heart ( The Glitch Mob 4:29 USD 0.99


  • Can’t go wrong with the Glitch Mob

    By Kade_Brady
    Every song they make its amazing and I’m sure you will think the same after you get their music. It’s hard to find a “bad” song they have made. Trust me you'll regret it if you don't get one of their albums.
  • EPIC

    By Samy__Boi
    This whole album, pure fire
  • This music lights you up!

    By Arnld62819
    I use it to workout and it helps me like nobody's business. It's like they put adrenaline into sound. Awesome songs!!

    By Sunstar11
    Can't kill us is by FAR the greatest glitch mob song ever to reach humankind!!!!!!
  • Revisiting LDI

    By furry pearl
    Nearly two years after its initial release, “Love Death Immortality” remains one of my most beloved albums in the EDM genre, perhaps only surpassed by Galantis’ “Pharmacy” or Nero’s “Welcome Reality.” Upon this album’s initial release, many fans of their debut album, “Drink The Sea,” were disheartened with the perceived direction of The Glitch Mob due to LDI's rather abrupt departure from the type of sound the group had become known for. However, the album was considered an overall success, and looking back, it could be seen as a coming-out party that introduced The Glitch Mob to a more mainstream fan and consumer base, and also signalled the group’s new intentions as far as their signature sound profile was concerned. Sitting here in January of 2016, I can still remember the anticipation I had for the album’s digital release, purposefully not previewing any songs as to not spoil my first taste of the album. When I finally hit “play” on “Mind of a Beast,” I was seriously surprised and impressed with the quality, and this feeling persisted all the way to the album’s conclusion. LDI is not your run-of-the-mill EDM album, and it’s certainly not a “typical dubstep album,” as some people have suggested. Make no mistake, this is a top-tier EDM album that has a firm direction and consistent tone, which is not for the faint of heart. In review, the album holds up great.
  • This album will melt your ears.

    By GangstaSlime
    Ironically, I'm not a huge fan of their past albums, but this album brings a completely new sound that practically melts my ears from enjoyment.
  • Heh.

    By jonah_pls
  • I love it i love it i love it!!!

    By Detkova
    I can't stop listening to it!!!
  • EDM meets Linkin Park

    By SC_guy
    Good stuff as always.
  • Fantastic from beginning to end

    By dhstud
    It's not often any more when every song on an album is great, but this one kills it on every track! I love it and can't listen to it enough.