New Scale The Summit Track
2012-02-06 by Tyler Cross | 22 Comments
Instrumental Metal Band Scale The Summit has just premiered a B-Side from their 2011 album The Collective. The track is titled "Redwoods" and can be streamed from this page here and is already avaliable from iTunes and Amazon.

http://www.metalsucks.net/2012/01/31/exclusive-premiere-scale-the-summit-redwoods-lp-bonus-track/
Tagged: Scale the Summit

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bloc
February 6th 2012
35024 Comments


Sounds like Scale The Summit, good song.

Pharoh
February 6th 2012
3325 Comments


Sounds like a good song, Scale The Summit.

MO
February 6th 2012
19078 Comments


nice

YouthCat
February 6th 2012
261 Comments


Good song. The last minute is especially good.

Zorak
February 6th 2012
3191 Comments


Oh man. 15$ for The Collective on vinyl? This will be what makes me buy a record player. The song was great as well.

ChuckyTruant
February 6th 2012
15725 Comments


Chris is such an interesting player

TheLodge
February 6th 2012
40 Comments


Great song.

Cipieron
February 6th 2012
3508 Comments


can't wait for the vinyl to arrive, $15 is totally worth it for this masterpiece

Makemebad35
February 6th 2012
765 Comments


Roo'd

itchy
February 6th 2012
244 Comments


$15 for a 180-gram vinyl, a bonus song, stickers and a cozy? It's a steal! Too bad the pre-orders got delayed because they accidentally ordered the wrong size vinyl mailers! I need this to live.

Ignimbrite
February 6th 2012
5503 Comments


ooohh, nice

whywontyoudie
February 6th 2012
3063 Comments


can't listen because no speakers right now but i'm sure it rules hard.

botb
February 6th 2012
9778 Comments


album/band is so good. opening for them in like a week.

ChuckyTruant
February 6th 2012
15725 Comments


^ ?! What band You in?

afergusonart
February 6th 2012
220 Comments


yeah, fantastic song

TomAkaVeto
February 6th 2012
1690 Comments


love this band

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
February 6th 2012
10383 Comments


I have now been afflicted with the curse of knowing what song would have been WAY BETTER at ending my 2011 AOTY

Damn it.

Digging: Thou - Heathen

zrosschristian
February 7th 2012
281 Comments


Song is decent.

Cipieron
February 7th 2012
3508 Comments


i can see why it didn't make the final cut... but it's still amazing, glad it's available now in any case

Wizard
February 7th 2012
19644 Comments


Is everybody fucking stupid with this band? The riffs are lifted straight from later Death albums.

Digging: Ash Borer - Cold of Ages

Cipieron
February 20th 2012
3508 Comments


did anyone who preordered the vinyl get theirs yet? i know about the delay with the wrong sized mailers... but that was way earlier this month


any word on... anything?

Zorak
February 21st 2012
3191 Comments


"Is everybody fucking stupid with this band? The riffs are lifted straight from later Death albums"

Who cares?



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