Lostprophets debut single

2012-02-06 by kieranll | 16 Comments
Lostprophets have premiered a new song entitled "Bring Em Down" through Radio One. The song is the first single off of Lostprophets forthcoming album "Weapons" which is set for release on April 2nd.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnnzNhBHPkI

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JakeStallion
February 6th 2012
398 Comments


I've never really listened to these guys before, but I enjoyed this song.

BrahTheSunGod
February 6th 2012
1279 Comments


Song was dece.
Jake, check out Start Something, it's their best IMO and the most similar to this style. "Burn Burn" would be a good one
to start with.

botb
February 6th 2012
9903 Comments


ending was cool first part was kind of boring.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 6th 2012
51166 Comments


standin on a rooftop something something something
HEART OUT

JakeStallion
February 6th 2012
398 Comments


@BrahTheSunGod
Will do! Thanks for the suggestion. Other than this song, I've only heard (I think) 3 other songs from these guys. Rooftops, Last Train Home, and Shinobi vs Dragon Ninja (or something like that).

MasBarHigeuoris21
February 7th 2012
1648 Comments


This pales in comparison to their older music

botb
February 7th 2012
9903 Comments


yeah their first two albums will forever be this band to me.

Rowan5215
February 7th 2012
29313 Comments


Ian didn't really do much vocally, and the chorus was rather lacklustre, but aside from that a rocker. What an ending riff, thank you Lee.

Funeralopolis
February 7th 2012
12283 Comments


i remmeber back in the day when they were relevant and were shooting from da rooftops.

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schoonda
February 7th 2012
119 Comments


not a bad tune. not fantastic either. im really hoping that weapons will be a good album though, fingers crossed!

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Dummit
February 7th 2012
362 Comments


i think its funny that the 'as seen on' link is "Music News @ Sputnikmusic"

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
February 7th 2012
21422 Comments


Definitely not as big a chorus as their lead singles usually have, but there seems to be a lot of things going on in the background which will require multiple listens. Tricky to tell from this not exactly high quality recording.

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fish.
February 7th 2012
22266 Comments


Old news.

errrrr it was literally aired on the radio for the first time yesterday

Dogget
February 7th 2012
781 Comments


It was pretty cool, sounds like their not trying as hard as they were on the last album but in a good way

fish.
February 7th 2012
22266 Comments


song's good. but god they like cliches

defjaw83
February 7th 2012
1788 Comments


song's pretty good but the recording's quite shit so it's tough to know what to make of it, but that end riff is really cool

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