Children Of Bodom post new song

2011-02-10 by gutturalmaster | 34 Comments
Finnish power metal act Children Of Bodom have posted a new song entitled 'Ugly' on their Facebook page.

'Ugly' is taken from the band's forthcoming album Relentless Reckless Forever, which is scheduled for release on March 8.

www.facebook.com/childrenofbodom?v=app_4949752878

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Xenorazr
February 10th 2011
464 Comments


Not bad.

JWT155
February 10th 2011
10250 Comments


Better then anything off Blooddrunk but that's not saying much.

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
February 10th 2011
16757 Comments


Listened to this last week and thought it was bad.

Hawks
February 10th 2011
36765 Comments


Same here. There's still some pretty good riffs and shit, but I'm not expecting much from the album.

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Wizard
February 10th 2011
19838 Comments


Puked a bit.

Strider
February 10th 2011
4607 Comments


Ugly...

ShadowRemains
February 10th 2011
22226 Comments


shit

OutOfMyself
February 10th 2011
688 Comments


Won't even bother, I'm assuming it's awful.

fr33convict
February 10th 2011
11716 Comments


I gues this begs the question: should I even bother to listen or will I want my 4 minutes of my life back?

TheJackal
February 10th 2011
1005 Comments


forgotten these guys still made music

UnitK2K
February 10th 2011
129 Comments


Are you f***in serious??
This song is just... not good. So disappointing. The song just sounds like it's all jumbled.
These guys need to be trapped in a room with the Bodom from 2000 for a week and maybe they'll be good again

TheFantasticDangler
February 10th 2011
1218 Comments


i didnt think it was that bad... sorta reminded me of old bodom

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FearThyEvil
February 10th 2011
13174 Comments


It was decent but they could without a doubt do better.

Scoot
February 10th 2011
18119 Comments


This album sounds like a 3-3.5

grimreaper2770
February 10th 2011
12 Comments


It wasn't that bad.

Yazz_Flute
February 10th 2011
18921 Comments


I liked it.

GhostOvPerdition
February 11th 2011
132 Comments


it started out good itleast. But children of bodom kind of peaked at hatebreeder and have been dropping steadily since

Gbhill
February 11th 2011
108 Comments


meh...i actually liked Was it Worth It more than this one. I hope the rest of the songs on the album are better than the released singles.

sifFlammable
February 11th 2011
2741 Comments


ugly indeed

jimmykidd
February 11th 2011
540 Comments


children of who?

KILL
February 11th 2011
73768 Comments


better than the other song but yea meh

Darkvoid67
February 11th 2011
383 Comments


Alexi Laiho ruins Bodom. End of.

G3N3R1C
February 11th 2011
1945 Comments


haven't listened to it yet. i remember the first song released from this... it was ok until the chorus came around with some its laughably out-of-place keyboard.

i think i've definitely outgrown this band. >_> might check this out later anyway, idk.

Destructerator
February 11th 2011
853 Comments


wtf

for 35 seconds they show you that they still have it

and then they go back to the blooddrunk style slow stuff

it's like a fat kid trying to run away from home

05McDonaldT
February 11th 2011
268 Comments


It's like a well executed version of a lot of the songs on bloodrunk, good but they could still do better. Also there's some plain dumb comments on this post, you know who you are

Poet
February 11th 2011
5945 Comments


Chorus is pretty awesome....rest makes me sad.

Kubrick
February 11th 2011
754 Comments


There's definitely some good riffage in this song. It sure as hell isn't better than their peak material but to me it indicates that there might be some really good standout songs on this album that are better than this. If the whole album sounds like this I'll probably be disappointed but I think it's a good enough song to not be filler on a diverse album.

zaruyache
February 11th 2011
8668 Comments


Some of those keyboards felt out of place and the slower part was icky, the rest was ok. Alex's vocals are still not very good, though.

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Yazz_Flute
February 11th 2011
18921 Comments


Relent Reckless Until Our Inevitable Dispersion After The Release of This Album.

Phantom
February 11th 2011
8943 Comments


Pretty pretty pretty bad

especially the vocals

fr33convict
February 11th 2011
11716 Comments


The song was pretty cool until it slowed down and then basically went downhill from there and sucked for the rest of the song.

ShadowRemains
February 11th 2011
22226 Comments


holy shit it's phantom

Scoot
February 13th 2011
18119 Comments


i don't understand why they don't just revert back to the ftr days

they clearly still have it judging by the first 30 seconds of this song

Dryden
February 13th 2011
13391 Comments


pretty bad



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