Primordial Stream New Song

2011-03-08 by Kyle Ward EMERITUS | 40 Comments
Irish folk metal band Primordial are streaming the song "Bloodied Yet Unbowed", taken from their forthcoming album Redemption at the Puritan's Hand. The song can be heard on Metal Blade Records' website:

http://www.metalblade.com/primordialstream/

Redemption at the Puritan's Hand is scheduled to be released on April 23rd in Europe and April 26th in North America.

Tagged: Primordial

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Ulsufyring
March 8th 2011
1748 Comments


i just came

Crysis
Emeritus
March 8th 2011
17039 Comments


Good song, anxious to hear the entire thing.

pizzamachine
March 8th 2011
12860 Comments


WOWZA!

BallsToTheWall
March 8th 2011
46125 Comments


The wait was well worth it.

Digging: Heathen Beast - The Carnage of Godhra

ThyCrossAwaits
March 8th 2011
3165 Comments


Primodial

Digging: Zeal and Ardor - Devil is Fine

Crysis
Emeritus
March 8th 2011
17039 Comments


Just caught that and changed it.

BradMan
March 8th 2011
387 Comments


AWESOME!!! Album will rule!

jingledeath
March 8th 2011
7103 Comments


YES!

Hawks
March 8th 2011
44516 Comments


God I'm gonna jizz. Listening now.

Digging: Coldworld - Autumn

south_of_heaven 11
March 8th 2011
5470 Comments


damnit wish I didn't have to go to class right now cause the first four minutes are awesome and I want to listen to it at least five times in a row.

Hawks
March 8th 2011
44516 Comments


Well pretty much what I was expecting. Just classic Primordial pretty much. Song rules.

Yazz_Flute
March 8th 2011
18937 Comments


yay

Yazz_Flute
March 8th 2011
18937 Comments


Song started off a little slow but the second half ruled.

ZippaThaRippa
March 8th 2011
5573 Comments


Oh man I love it

itchy
March 8th 2011
247 Comments


That was pretty damn good

MutnikSpusic
March 8th 2011
560 Comments


super satan 3!

Relinquished
March 8th 2011
32126 Comments


damn really good

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
March 8th 2011
19967 Comments


The vocals have an extra edge or something to them.

I've always liked his vocals but he's added an extra dynamic that sounds really, really awesome.

Ulsufyring
March 8th 2011
1748 Comments


Well, he's singer more emotively and with more clarity than he was on To The Nameless Dead

MortalKombat
March 8th 2011
138 Comments


Great stuff, can't wait

fulgrim
March 8th 2011
1542 Comments


Wow that was actually really good, excited about the new album now.

ThyCrossAwaits
March 8th 2011
3165 Comments


Pretty awesome.

DarkNoctus
March 8th 2011
9615 Comments


very good song

Digging: Be'lakor - Vessels

DeafMetal
March 8th 2011
8596 Comments


Alan said that he was so sick during vocal recording that he doesn't even remember recording. Probably why it has that rawer edge to it.

MisterSteel
March 8th 2011
453 Comments


Definitely digging whatever the reason was for the vocals. Song is awesome, as expected. Can't wait for a pre-order to go up on this thing.

FenixZero
March 9th 2011
396 Comments


I have a tough time getting into this band.

Wizard
March 9th 2011
20025 Comments


If you love the vocals, don't ever listen to Blood Revolt featuring the singer from this band.....ewwwww.

The song/ vocals fucking ruled and I would never expect anything less.

Digging: Gas - Pop

Photon
March 10th 2011
1296 Comments


very good song. cant wait to listen to the whole thing

Nimboc
March 11th 2011
77 Comments


After first listen this song is greatness! The vocals sounds enhanced somehow. Very good!

eleventhsun
March 19th 2011
1475 Comments


Not gonna lie, didn't know who this was but upon listening was very happy with what I heard.

Nice.

Hawks
March 19th 2011
44516 Comments


Get everything they've ever done.

DeafMetal
March 19th 2011
8596 Comments


Yes.

DarkNoctus
April 22nd 2011
9615 Comments


hey guys!! guess what leaked? :]

wyankeif1337
April 22nd 2011
6739 Comments


um yeah so not allowed to post leaks but i think that many people here would be very interested to see what the most recent post of my blog entails

http://demonshrieksandmetalhippies.blogspot.com/

DarkNoctus
April 22nd 2011
9615 Comments


i found it outside your blog anyhow [:

DarkNoctus
April 22nd 2011
9615 Comments


hoooooly shit the mouth of judas is incredible

Crysis
Emeritus
April 22nd 2011
17039 Comments


"hoooooly shit the mouth of judas is incredible"

Far and away the best song on the album (and potentially the best song they've ever made). Sounding like a 3.5 so far.

DarkNoctus
April 22nd 2011
9615 Comments


i'm thinking a 4, excellent stuff but some moments lose my interest

it's exactly as I expected it to be though, I'm not disappointed

Crysis
Emeritus
April 22nd 2011
17039 Comments


Yeah there are more than enough boring moments to keep this from being truly amazing.

DarkNoctus
April 22nd 2011
9615 Comments


yeah tracks like The Black Hundred make my interest wane a bit, but who knows, it could grow. even if it doesn't, i'm satisfied with it.



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