God Forbid post new video

2012-03-20 by Voivod STAFF | 18 Comments
As the official release date for the new God Forbid album titled Equilibrium is approaching, the band has posted a video for the album's first single "Where We Come From" at the following url.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ed58gkxHjTg&feature=player_embedded




Source:
http://www.metalinsider.net/video/god-forbid-show-where-they-come-from-in-new-music-video

Tagged: God Forbid

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Tijnmans
March 20th 2012
362 Comments


Band is totally irrelevant!

lancebramsay
March 20th 2012
1585 Comments


god forbid

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
March 20th 2012
31778 Comments


Band hasn't done anything worthwhile since Gone Forever

Singer reminds me of Gonjasufi, if Sufi didn't look like he was on a constant hunger strike, and the drummer looks like he should be spinning white label techno in the grottiest bar in Detroit

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GLaDOS
March 20th 2012
28 Comments


I actually think this is pretty good, has a nice groovy almost Chimaira vibe to it. Not anywhere near as good though obviously.

renegadestrings
March 20th 2012
1474 Comments


nothing Chimaira about this. didn't suck but its nothing new

xist
March 20th 2012
171 Comments


Live their clean vocals create a discordant atonal resonance. I'm guess that there's a LOT of production used to clean that up for the records.

TBliss2
March 20th 2012
506 Comments


Had totally forgotten about these guys...

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
March 20th 2012
19366 Comments


"a discordant atonal resonance."

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LTDA
March 20th 2012
281 Comments


Gone Forever was awesome about 8 years ago.

STANKLEBERRY
March 20th 2012
14 Comments


Still pretty sweet. too bad dallas left the band. Kinda cool to see their day jobs.

bloc
March 20th 2012
35178 Comments


inb4 black metal

That one God Forbid album thread brings back memories.

Song is decent, but damn they need to work on their soloing chops and flow. I noticed the same thing on their last albums.

TheFantasticDangler
March 20th 2012
1209 Comments


Earthsblood was actually really enjoyable, this was just stale as hell.

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austin888
March 20th 2012
332 Comments


Good song, but not their best.

JeetJeet
March 20th 2012
937 Comments


I forgot these guys were still alive

Makemebad35
March 20th 2012
773 Comments


I still jam to Gone Forever from time to time. Good CD. This song was pretty good but the video didn't seem to go well until about halfway though.

AlasKenColors
March 20th 2012
159 Comments


lol black metal..ohh

MuhNamesTyler
March 20th 2012
4784 Comments


ha no you're irreverants

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AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
March 21st 2012
7489 Comments


Their last album got old pretty fast

This is really boring tbh



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