Living Sacrifice Post New Video
2009-12-28 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 15 Comments

Living Sacrifice have posted the video for their new single 'Rules Of Engagement' for streaming. The band's new album, The Infinite Order, is scheduled for release on January 26.

http://www.noisecreep.com/2009/12/22/living-sacrifice-rules-of-engagement-video-premiere/

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zrosschristian
December 28th 2009

281 Comments


Sick video, sick song. Love it.

Emim
December 28th 2009

26509 Comments



* 1: Night Castle, Trans-Siberian Orchestra
* 2: Dark Horse, Nickelback
* 3: Greatest Hits, Foo Fighters
* 4: Full Circle, Creed
* 5: Dear Agony, Breaking Benjamin
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Those are the top "metal" bands. ha ha ha ha ha ha

Band, song and video are awesome.

ninjuice
December 28th 2009

6761 Comments


Those are the top "metal" bands.

According to Billboard. None of them are metal though, obviously.

Cool vid, awesome song, awesome band. Album will rule.

Emim
December 29th 2009

26509 Comments


That it does.










Awesome band, definitely one of the best around, especially for metalcore.

Emim
December 29th 2009

26509 Comments


They have a lot of Thrash and Death influences, but still fairly within the realm of metalcore. Someone who knows can correct me.

stephenhannibal
December 29th 2009

61 Comments


What the hell!!!! Whoa!
This is a lot heavier than their last stuff.


ninjuice
December 29th 2009

6761 Comments


They have a lot of Thrash and Death influences, but still fairly within the realm of metalcore.

Yeah basically. Metalcore definitely isn't the best description, especially since the only -core thing about them is harsh vocals. Take that away and they'd basically be a thrash band.

jingledeath
December 29th 2009

7104 Comments


not bad

cinaedus
December 29th 2009

26298 Comments


Sick video. CANNOT WAIT for the new album.

Digging: Anberlin - Lowborn

ninjuice
December 29th 2009

6761 Comments


Jingle I could see you really liking this band.

Emim
December 29th 2009

26509 Comments


Yeah basically. Metalcore definitely isn't the best description, especially since the only -core thing about them is harsh vocals. Take that away and they'd basically be a thrash band.


Yeah, I always thought they had a VERY strong Thrash background. I suppose one could call this (with a straight face, that is) Thrashcore.

jingledeath
December 30th 2009

7104 Comments


Jingle I could see you really liking this band.

I'll definitely be checking out their new album and if it's good enough I might give their old ones a shot too

ninjuice
December 30th 2009

6761 Comments


Check out their previous three anyways. I have high hopes for the album but there's always the chance it won't be very good.

fromtheinside
December 30th 2009

17714 Comments


yo how layered are those vocals, jeez.

Digging: Fallujah - The Flesh Prevails

Unskathed123
December 31st 2009

368 Comments


Party pooper.



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