Before Their Eyes Album Stream
2010-03-08 by Gabe Penisington | 22 Comments

Before Their Eyes' new album Untouchable is available to stream in full ahead of its March 16 release.

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PirateSquid
March 8th 2010

1881 Comments


Can't listen to the album right now, but I can tell you everything about the album:

BREAKDOWN BREAKDOWN GROWWWWL
SOOOFT NASALLY POP
BREAKDOWWWWN

bloc
March 8th 2010

34774 Comments


Probably going to wait till March to listen, I don't like listening to streams.

Digging: Interpol - El Pintor

atrink
Contributing Reviewer
March 8th 2010

2845 Comments


I didn't even know that these guys had a new cd coming out. I'm going to check this out

PirateSquid
March 8th 2010

1881 Comments


Yeah, it'll probably be toooootally worth it.

Oh, did I say 'worth it'? I meant 'suck-ass'

bloc
March 8th 2010

34774 Comments


Yeah, those promo tracks they released were the absolute worst.

JustDont
March 8th 2010

125 Comments


I enjoyed "Hell or High Water" the most. Mainly because it was the heaviest song.

Demonicgman
March 8th 2010

417 Comments


they were always a guilty pleasure of mine...i'll check this out later.

atrink
Contributing Reviewer
March 8th 2010

2845 Comments


It's sad how they sound now. The song why six is afraid of seven was awesome

bloc
March 8th 2010

34774 Comments


Because 7 ate 9

atrink
Contributing Reviewer
March 8th 2010

2845 Comments


Why six is afraid of seven was at least ten times better

bloc
March 8th 2010

34774 Comments


To be honest, I only enjoy two songs from these guys: 7 ate 9 and Life Was All A Dream.

JustDont
March 8th 2010

125 Comments


And City In A Snow Globe

atrink
Contributing Reviewer
March 8th 2010

2845 Comments


Their first cd was legit but I really couldn't get into the second one

shortone323
March 8th 2010

883 Comments


I thought the first two were really good, but this is just ass. No fucking way you can get me to listen to this stream.

Bitstream
March 9th 2010

296 Comments


1st Album > This > Dawn of my Death.

Craggles
March 9th 2010

51 Comments


The Journey Down South was awesome except for the doo doo doo chorus... This isnt bad. Sing To me is terrible though

Comatorium.
March 9th 2010

4106 Comments


In no way is this better than dawn of my death. yes, the st was good. but i liked dawn of my death just as much if not more. this is just.. bad.

ErasersAtBothEnds
March 9th 2010

288 Comments


pretty bad overall, but hey dude, bulletproof, and hell or high water are alright

Comatorium.
March 9th 2010

4106 Comments


those songs are decent

PirateSquid
March 9th 2010

1881 Comments


Uhhhhhhhhhhh

All of their albums are pretty bad

Zip
March 9th 2010

5312 Comments


^ yeah, but I somewhat enjoy them

PinkBlackberry
March 9th 2010

2346 Comments


theres a few tracks on this CD that I enjoyed, but it isn't all that strong, kinda..meh



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