|New Your Demise song/video|
2012-01-03 by Macros | 27 Replies | 1568 Views
English hardcore band, Your Demise have released a new song titled 'Forget About Me' and its accompanying video. The song features guest vocals from David Wood of Terror and Down to Nothing and is taken off of their upcoming album 'The Golden Age.'
The song can be heard/seen here:
The vocalist is gay.
They've really gone downhill. I miss the sound they had on Blood Stays On The Blade/Ignorance Never Dies. Those were
awesome releases. I was hoping they'd return to form after TKWUTB, but clearly that isn't happening.
Ignorance Never Dies has some amazing tracks but if their vocalist now is shit, I probably won't check out their new stuff
Yeah, ever sense George left, they're not even worth listening to.
been listening to TF a lot in the past couple of days
Man what happened to this band
Digging: Cocteau Twins - Heaven Or Las Vegas
what is this Our Last Night faux pas?
It's energetic and fun, just has no replay value.
Digging: The Black Dahlia Murder - Everblack
ok I've listened to it now. It isn't bad, but the heavier parts just sound like a watered down version of their Ignorance Never Dies era and the clean vocals are unnecessary
Eh it's okay at best kinda catchy but nothing special at all
Probably won't listen to this, it's all been shit since Ignorance.
I actually enjoyed the kid's we used to be, but this track is pretty lame.
that was quite disappointing
Digging: Chance The Rapper - Acid Rap
ALONE ALONE ALONE,
Ignorance Never Dies, You Only Make Us Stronger and The Blood Stays On The Blade ruled. The Kids We Used To Be was not that bad, fun to listen to. This is meh. Got a bad feeling the new album will be that way too.
band is meh live too dont bother
i like the cleans but the rest is a little bit boring
The cleans are the worst bit
Ignorance was a good album but I can't see me getting any of their new stuff
Digging: Sigur Ros - Kveikur
Looking forward to the song with Jason for Letlive on though.
best part is dave wood obviously
Band rules I need to hear this.
Digging: HIM - Deep Shadows and Brilliant Highlights
Ignorance Never Dies has some of the best breakdowns I've ever heard.
Not that that's saying much but they do rule
Ignorance is their best.
the artwork for their new album is laughably bad