|Decapitated post new video|
2012-04-28 by Voivod STAFF | 24 Replies | 1328 Views
Polish deathsters Decapitate have posted a video for the song "Homo Sum" from their most recent album Carnival Is Forever, through the official YouTube channel of Nuclear Blast Records.
Awesome low budget video for the catchiest song in Carnival Is Forever.
Such a kickass song.
Digging: The Dillinger Escape Plan - One of Us Is the Killer
good stuff. video isn't much but the song kicks ass.
2 videos from the new album by a death metal band in our days????
main riff is awsome, its the best song in the new album. too bad, the video is meh.
crazy how young these guys still are
and this is pretty cool even though the album kinda sucked
Pretty decent, makes me kinda want to thrash out even though I just woke up.
These are always my favourite kinds of videos: band just playing in a room and nothing more.
Digging: Das EFX - Dead Serious
it's never too early to thrash out
The black and white photography of this video is plain awesome.
I fucking love Decapitated.
Vogg is the man
I liked the album, liked the song, and enjoyed the energy in the vid. RIP VITEK.
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ok song but the vocals suck
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Yeah the vocals are bland but I still love both this track and Carnival Is Forever as a whole.
Kind of a rip of the I Am Colossus video. Still cool though. Agree on the vocals, album would be heaps better with someone stronger
is this song about me
vox are definitely the main problem with carnival
Though, the vocalist could have a little more power. I still find it to be minuet as a whole because the album is really good.
Time for a new Decapitated pic maybe? Love me some Vitek but you know.
If Covan was doing the vocals this track would rule.
this album would destroy if only they picked a better vocalist
Come on guys, the vocalist isn't THAT bad.
And the album is great, given the ordeal this band has gone through in the past.
That's what I am sayin', Voivod. For a band to overcome, one, a death, and then a coma...start all over again, and to come out with Carnival is Forever, I would say, they were very fortunate. And I have seen them live with this line-up, it is really good!