|The Red Shore post new song|
2010-07-30 by BroManCaptainGuySirDylan | 19 Replies | 2352 Views
Australian death metal band the Red Shore have posted a new song entitled 'The Seed Of Annihilation' on Myspace.
'The Seed of Annihilation' is taken from the band's upcoming album, The Avarice of Man, which is scheduled for release on September 3.
Terrible song name. Unconsecrated was kinda fun, but suffered from deathcore stereotypes. Will listen now
Edit: Song was okay. I'm just relieved they didn't have any pointless breakdowns.
Digging: Culprate - Colours
Yeah, song name is very cliche, but the song was surprisingly good. I really liked it.
They have a nice riff in there somewhere. I will probably listen to their next release
Meh, same old same old.
I didn't think they would take the death-metal route so fast.
I saw this, and I thought, "ooh, Red Chord!" Then I noticed it was "shore." It made me a sad panda.
But good song nonetheless.
I wonder how much -core influence their new stuff will have. Hopefully none
The riffs and vocals were killer. That was a pretty good song.
On a side note, the album art is atrocious
Will everyone hate me if I say the beginning reminded me of Immolation...?
I thought so. I'll just shut up...
Really cool song, terrible album art tho
I've always been a fan of this band, but that could be because we live in the same city, either way, I'm going to follow these guys to the end. Also, I quite like the album art. Mainly because it's not trying to be a "BR00TAL" album cover, and perfectly visualises the album title in one single image.
Digging: Childish Gambino - Because The Internet
I actually didn't mind the album art. It's been done before, but still
album art reminds me of caramel apples. liking the song also.
the intro sounds a lot like Immolation. Which is a good thing.
good song! they always keep the heavy.
well that was a pleasent surprise, you can still catch some tech-y riffs here and there, great song, looking forward to this now
Digging: Deafheaven - Sunbather
i thought this said 'the red chord'
now im sad