New Burning The Masses Song
2010-04-20 by VIPchaseB | 19 Comments
Burning the Masses have posted a new song entitled 'Resonance Of Foul' to MySpace.

The group's new album, The Offspring Of Time, is set to be released on July 20. The album artwork has also been made available on MySpace.

http://www.myspace.com/burningthemasses
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VIPchaseB
April 20th 2010
28 Comments


New vocals definately add something to their sound.

Parallels
April 20th 2010
6643 Comments


wow i clicked on this thinking btbam. not thinking at allllll.

bloozclooz
April 20th 2010
1770 Comments


still a good song. more interesting than their EP

Carnifex
April 20th 2010
1918 Comments


It's okay, his vocals are still sick as ever though.

terminallyCHILL
April 20th 2010
17 Comments


Rather boring. Mind Control > This.

ThePalestMexican
April 20th 2010
2816 Comments


Some of the best vocals in the genre by far

bloc
April 20th 2010
35024 Comments


Looooooooooving the myspace art.

TBliss
April 20th 2010
987 Comments


Cool song. Myspace art is amazing.

DonTheReader
April 20th 2010
121 Comments


band is gonna be so sick with big choco

grahamg0re
April 21st 2010
155 Comments


mmm i'm not sure about this yet. i need to let it set and sink it for a bit. give it a few more listens

glocks4sale
April 21st 2010
61 Comments


I loved it instantly!

Big Choco is gonna fit in perfectly! (Although I will miss David...)

Also-- the guitar and drums are still top notch and technical as ever... without any derivative breakdowns!

IMO MySpace art is kinda, meh, not metal enough lol. But cool and freaky, though.

randomguitarist
April 21st 2010
158 Comments


This is a really smart progression in the direction of their sound. One word: Boss!

asdemonsburn
April 21st 2010
793 Comments


art is atrocious

WvaSkittle
April 21st 2010
326 Comments


hell yeah big chocolate is perfect for this band. better than abominable putridity and disfiguring the goddess, big chocs other bands. btm is amazing.

anuspudding
April 21st 2010
403 Comments


the album art is really cool. has a trippy theme goin on there.
and the music is amazing, interesting the whole way through. i cant wait to hear the rest of this album.

"..big chocolate is perfect for this band. better than abominable putridity and disfiguring the goddess.."

his vocals fit really well here, but you need to remember his voice IS disfiguring the goddess

WvaSkittle
April 21st 2010
326 Comments


oh i know it is the same style but the music is 100 times better

WARisalliknow91
April 21st 2010
493 Comments


meh didnt seem that great to me, lacked the punch the older stuff had but i will still listen to the new CD

DeafMetal
April 21st 2010
8587 Comments


Really enjoyed this.

supercooper
April 23rd 2010
145 Comments


sounds good. i really like the album art.



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