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north, magnetic north, compass north(noun)
the direction in which a compass needle points
At a given point, the direction in which the magnetic North Pole of the Earth lies.
At a given point on Earth's surface, the direction of Earth's magnetic field, i.e. the direction into which the compass needle of a magnetic compass points.
Magnetic North is the fourth full-length album released by the hardcore band Hopesfall. Josh Brigham, one of the guitarists and the only founding member remaining during the recording of the album, has said: "Our music has always been spacey and heavy, and we use those roots, combined with our love of grunge-era Smashing Pumpkins, Dinosaur Jr., HUM, and Pixies, we add some bigger, heavier riffs. "We all admire bands that can morph and change with each album, and that is what we try to do. Expect change and progression, in both songwriting and overall style, on the new album." During the period before this album's release, the band released a new song from the album on their MySpace page each week for the ten weeks prior to the release date. "Bird Flu" was previously released on the compilation album Trustkill Takeover Vol. 2.
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The direction indicated by the north seeking pole of a freely suspended magnetic needle, influenced only by the Earth
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