Float Face Down Album Stream
2012-03-06 by gandhi crowdkiller | 16 Comments
Float Face Down's upcoming full-length debut Exitium Verum, due for release March 13th, 2012, is now available for streaming on Amp Magazine's soundcloud page.

The set can be found here:

http://soundcloud.com/ampmagazine/sets/float-face-down-exitium-verum
Tagged: Float Face Down

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KSK1
March 6th 2012
4090 Comments


Actually pretty stoked to hear this.

keyboardxmosh
March 6th 2012
1007 Comments


It's good dude, reminds me of deathcore pre-2008.

KSK1
March 6th 2012
4090 Comments


Agreed. I've only had time to listen to about 5 songs so far but I love it already.

DotEight
March 6th 2012
5593 Comments


Pretty average. Bury Your Beliefs is better than this by far.

fsupride
March 6th 2012
143 Comments


Pretty good, happy with the guitar work.

Mabbitt
March 7th 2012
1369 Comments


They were decent when they played a local show around here, but the songs I've heard that were posted here are beyond generic and boring.

DeathByDaydream
March 7th 2012
546 Comments


some of these riffs are fun. don't think sputnik will like this.

Eulogize
March 7th 2012
2969 Comments


Awwww yeah, been waiting for this. Listening now.

Eulogize
March 7th 2012
2969 Comments


"don't think sputnik will like this."

It's deathcore.. come on now.

keyboardxmosh
March 8th 2012
1007 Comments


"Pretty average. Bury Your Beliefs is better than this by far."

The tracks on this are much more actual songs, rather than just, "that's a cool riff, let's throw in this cool riff after it, oh here's a breakdown, that's brutal" with no transitions.

I mean I like stuff like that too, but I just think this is better sounding, more cohesive material... and the singer's gotten way better.

linkpwns
March 8th 2012
78 Comments


Fucking hate this band.
Vocalist is a piece of shit.

keyboardxmosh
March 8th 2012
1007 Comments


Care to elaborate?

My band's playing a show with them in July, so I'll be able to confirm/deny this in a few months, but I'm just curious to know.

linkpwns
March 8th 2012
78 Comments


I'm from Staten Island. Dude used to come out to local shows sometimes, intentionally knocking people
out, breaking equipment, etc.
And after I would say, "Hey dude, you almost destroyed that guy's fucking amp and cabinet", he would
say something like, "Oh man, Jersey is just too hard for you guys..."

I dunno, maybe this kind of shit is just accepted now?

KSK1
March 8th 2012
4090 Comments


I've met them and they were incredibly nice dudes. But no that's not accepted as far as i'm concerned. Fuck that shit, that's the kind of stuff that gives this music a bad rep. Still loving this album though.

keyboardxmosh
March 8th 2012
1007 Comments


That's pretty lame, I mean I dance hard at shows, but you gotta draw a line.

linkpwns
March 8th 2012
78 Comments


Don't get me wrong, the rest of the band is cool. Just the vocalist. As far as I know, many people dislike him.



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