New William Control EP
2011-12-04 by jslavos | 19 Comments

William Control, the lead vocalist of the band Aiden, has released a 6 track EP entitled Novus Ordo Seclorum, which is latin for "a new order of the ages". Since his contract with Victory Records is over, Control released the EP by himself - with no record label.

It contains 5 new tracks and a cover of New Orders' 1963 song.



Tracklisting:
01. New World Order (A New Kind Of Faith)
02. Disconnecting
03. Love Is Worth Dying For
04. 1963
05. Perfect Servant
06. The Optimist Within Me

The first single, 'New World Order' can be viewed on youtube.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKJvYJ0xMrc

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Duderino
December 4th 2011

827 Comments


first. beyond stoked for this

jayfatha
December 4th 2011

2882 Comments


:o

patman1001
December 4th 2011

1012 Comments


does this guy just live in the studio? 2 aiden albums and this in one year.

Acanthus
December 4th 2011

9507 Comments


andcas will now have a new avatar for the coming months!

Digging: Symphony X - Paradise Lost

Ending
December 4th 2011

1861 Comments


Call in Chan, we need another review.

Kris.
December 4th 2011

11371 Comments


Novus Ordo Seclorum




hahahahahahahahahahahaha

Ire
December 4th 2011

41453 Comments


wil does 2 aiden albums, a solo album and an ep. omar rodriguez lopez hasn't made any solo albums this year...

oh god, they're the same person.

TheVoiceAndTheSnake
December 4th 2011

3663 Comments


My girlfriend likes this, I don't

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
December 4th 2011

48541 Comments


does this guy just live in the studio? 2 aiden albums and this in one year.

It's not so hard to release so much material when you write each song in 10 minutes

Digging: The Hotelier - Home, Like NoPlace Is There

TheVoiceAndTheSnake
December 4th 2011

3663 Comments


and each album is barely 30 minutes long

RevengeSoldier
December 4th 2011

294 Comments


someone send a chopper to pick up chan asap

Scoot
December 4th 2011

17481 Comments


might try my hand at a 1 review for this, i'm sure it's abysmal

sixdegrees
December 4th 2011

15760 Comments


You can tell it will be bad just from the song titles. And, y'know, because it's the guy from Aiden.

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danielito19
December 4th 2011

3007 Comments


CHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN

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Satellite
December 5th 2011

19845 Comments


03. Love Is Worth Dying For

Digging: The Menzingers - Rented World

Ignimbrite
December 5th 2011

5228 Comments


oh god, not again

Scoot
December 5th 2011

17481 Comments


holy fucking shit this is terrible

The7thVermicide
December 5th 2011

925 Comments


This guy shouldn't be allowed to be in a studio ,aiden is worst than cancer and aids

Zorak
December 5th 2011

3188 Comments


this guy can foad



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