It Prevails Post New Song
2010-04-23 by Wayne H. | 14 Comments
Melodic Hardcore band It Prevails have posted "Placed In My Hands" on their Myspace page. The track comes from their upcoming EP Findings.

www.myspace.com/itprevails
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bloc
April 23rd 2010
35004 Comments


Sounds the same as their other stuff

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ThePalestMexican
April 23rd 2010
2816 Comments


Which isn't a bad thing, I enjoy this band

bloc
April 23rd 2010
35004 Comments


They could definitely use some more variance. If they brought out more of a Magnum Heart type sound, they'd start killin niggaz.

Winsomniac
April 23rd 2010
8012 Comments


I honestly am VERY happy with the way they sound. Minor tweaks are more than enough for me. I've never been under the belief that any band needs to constantly change or progress in order to become better. Sure, in many cases, progression can be great, but to me, this genre isn't really about that.

Granted, I am also a massive IP fanboy.

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soap91
April 23rd 2010
125 Comments


a little more variety would be nice. I still love their sound though.

Carnifex
April 23rd 2010
1918 Comments


It's pretty mehtul.

cvlts
April 24th 2010
8977 Comments


chillcore

Persata
April 24th 2010
74 Comments


Right on, stoked for this and the new Ghost Inside.

Winsomniac
April 24th 2010
8012 Comments


sadly, it's only gonna be a 3 song EP...

botb
April 24th 2010
9757 Comments


listening to this now and hoping it'll be more like the inspiration. capture and embrace lacked any feeling.

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botb
April 24th 2010
9757 Comments


so it was better than capture and embrace. but not as good as the inspiration. i'll stay tuned to the other songs.

iamSeraph
April 25th 2010
870 Comments


I honestly am VERY happy with the way they sound. Minor tweaks are more than enough for me. I've never been under the belief that any band needs to constantly change or progress in order to become better. Sure, in many cases, progression can be great, but to me, this genre isn't really about that.

Granted, I am also a massive IP fanboy.

^
this

is sooo right .)
thank you for this comment.

like the new song very much. good athmosphere.

Winsomniac
April 25th 2010
8012 Comments


Haha, thanks for that. Honestly, I feel like there are separate standards for judging music; while each person is certainly entitled to their own opinion, it's also a bit unfair to judge hardcore like other genres simply because their goals as artists are different from those of artists in other genres. Hardcore isn't everyone's cup of tea, but I personally enjoy the message it sends.

@bringonthebreakdown: I like how it's sort of in between The Inspiration and Capture & Embrace. I also don't know how anyone would top Change Today/At Least Understand/Explanation:Content

dansxdead
April 26th 2010
438 Comments


This bored me.



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