Aaron Turner new band
2012-02-06 by Pistol Pete | 23 Comments

Former lead singer and guitarist of ISIS, Aaron Turner, has released a song from his new side project/band Split Cranium. The track is called "Sceptres to Rust" and is part of a 7" vinyl released under Hydra Head Records.

The track can be streamed here:

http://splitcranium.bandcamp.com/track/sceptres-to-rust

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Band Page: Split Cranium

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Tijnmans
February 6th 2012

350 Comments


oh yeaaaaah!

PistolPete
February 6th 2012

3464 Comments


mmmmmmyyyyeesssss

edit: says this got released jan 10, but it only got promoted just today that's why i hadn't found it yet, sooooo anyone gon come up in here and say "this has been out for a while"? then all i have to say is "why didn't you let sputnik know about this before then?"

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Tyrannic
February 6th 2012

3229 Comments


Has anyone listened yet? I wish I had my headphones

edit: oh shit.

PistolPete
February 6th 2012

3464 Comments


it's no ISIS, but it's bumpin

cvlts
February 6th 2012

8917 Comments


mixed by ballou. nice

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FreePizzaDay
February 6th 2012

1526 Comments


Aaron is the man.

Athom
Staff Reviewer
February 6th 2012

17126 Comments


Punk as fuck. I still think my favorite of his non-ISIS projects is the Twilight reboot.

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XingKing
February 6th 2012

9127 Comments


This is pretty hardcore. I'm diggin it with the exception of the intensely delayed vocal parts.

ThyCrossAwaits
February 6th 2012

3009 Comments


Pretty demo-quality. Not a fan of the name, really...

XingKing
February 6th 2012

9127 Comments


Agreed. Horrible band name.

figure337
February 6th 2012

420 Comments


The beginning is kinda awkward but the rest of the song is pretty kick ass.

Killerhit
February 6th 2012

4554 Comments


SPLIT FUCKIN CRANIUM

Ignimbrite
February 6th 2012

5228 Comments


aww yeeeaaah, will listen when I get home

Imperial
February 6th 2012

1682 Comments


Yeah this kicks ass.


TheArkitecht
February 6th 2012

1664 Comments


That was awesome, this has intrigued me greatly.

Ignimbrite
February 6th 2012

5228 Comments


it rules

paxman
February 6th 2012

4083 Comments


Aaron Weiss > Aaron Turner > Aaron Lewis

BallsToTheWall
February 6th 2012

44164 Comments


Aaron Carter > Aaron Turner

astrel
February 6th 2012

2613 Comments


That vocal delay really kills the mood.

InFiction
February 6th 2012

3591 Comments


Pretty awesome. Wasn't he in Twilight a while back? Or maybe he still is...?

MasBarHigeuoris21
February 7th 2012

1486 Comments


Normally I would think: Its not Isis, it's not post-metal, I don't care but Aaron Turner has always stuck true to his hardcore roots so this makes sense. Track was okay. Will have to do unless Isis gets back together.

JAV
February 7th 2012

1884 Comments


I don't know how I feel about this.

Wizard
February 7th 2012

18793 Comments


That was awesome.

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