Taproot Post New Video

2012-04-06 by Davey Boy STAFF | 16 Comments
Veteran Michigan alt-rockers Taproot have released an official video for their song 'No Surrender'.

The tune is the lead single to be taken from the quartet's forthcoming new album 'The Episodes'; which is scheduled to be released this coming Tuesday the 10th of April.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mECV-1JqOBs

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TooManyFriends
April 6th 2012
1910 Comments


This album is fantastic

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
April 6th 2012
32190 Comments


Don't know why I downloaded this album

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
April 6th 2012
22400 Comments


Didn't think this would be your thing at all Dev.

Is it worth me trudging through their discog to find the gold amongst the rocks?

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
April 6th 2012
32190 Comments


I'm a sucker for their early stuff, so nostalgia brings me back most times

You'd probably really enjoy Blue-Sky Research tbh

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
April 6th 2012
22400 Comments


Hey everyone, Dev loves nu-metal. Next up; his review of 'Gold Cobra'.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
April 6th 2012
32190 Comments


I was a teenager once

Parallels
April 6th 2012
8807 Comments


This band should never have been signed onto Atlantic. The Buzzhorn had way more talent than these guys

PistolPete
April 6th 2012
4070 Comments


Drummer looks like super mario

Ignimbrite
April 6th 2012
6093 Comments


Blue Sky Research is one of my favorite post-grunge/nu-metal/alt-metal/whatever you want to call it albums ever, so yeah, I'll listen to this album. Not expecting a lot though.

JAV
April 6th 2012
2439 Comments


The Buzzhorn had way more talent than these guys

You speak the truths.
If this wasn't so over produced it might have been ok. Maybe...

seneca89
April 6th 2012
29 Comments


Album is definitely a departure from their earlier stuff, I enjoy it though

AsoTamaki
April 6th 2012
2525 Comments


Wow, this sucks hard. I guess not every nu metal band is able to turn back the clock and put out good music in these times.

turnip90210
April 6th 2012
363 Comments


The main problem with this album is that there's no single. It's a collection of pretty okay songs, but for the first time in their career the record lacks an obvious single to put out. That's terrible news actually, and does not bode well at all.

Will probably review this. Will try to actually put up the review when I do, and not just forget about it and keep it on my hard drive for months.

Apollo
April 6th 2012
10667 Comments


The chorus is pretty good actually. Sounds like the singer finally figured out how to write lyrics. Except for the hush hush part...thats just irritating

bloc
April 6th 2012
37662 Comments


The Buzzhorn had way more talent than these guys

DUDE YES

Drummer looks like super mario

LOL he kinda does

Digging: Mega Drive - 198XAD

eleventhsun
April 7th 2012
1475 Comments


I smoked a joint with the singer from this band at Ozzfest 2001 in the lineup for Pizza Pizza. Long time ago, but he was a hell of a nice guy.



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