New Millencolin Song
2012-05-03 by HomerPimpson | 22 Comments

Swedish pop-punk legends Millencolin have posted a new song from their upcoming album The Melancholy Connection

http://soundcloud.com/epitaph-records/millencolin-carry-you/s-wnsqr

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deathofasalesman
May 3rd 2012

5821 Comments


Until this day I never knew these guys were Swedish.

KSK1
May 3rd 2012

4078 Comments


This actually pretty decent.

Storm In A Teacup
May 3rd 2012

12687 Comments


Millencolin has had awesome songs.

WashboardSuds
May 3rd 2012

4990 Comments


ooolala

sexualsoybean
May 3rd 2012

911 Comments


seriously loved these guys since tony hawk 2

DoubtGin
May 3rd 2012

6748 Comments


Pennybridge Pioneers

Mickeymau5
May 3rd 2012

1614 Comments


no cigar

Alucard125
May 3rd 2012

534 Comments


Yeah, the THPS 2 soundtrack was awesome. Pennybridge Pioneers is a great album.

FlyntFlossy
May 3rd 2012

86 Comments


Gotta poop

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
May 3rd 2012

28388 Comments


thank you for callingthem legends... fucking best band ever... confused tho as i already have a compilation from them witbthe same name

Digging: Kimbra - The Golden Echo

Satellite
May 3rd 2012

20726 Comments


way better than anything on their last album

Digging: Spoon - They Want My Soul

xfearbefore
May 3rd 2012

1245 Comments


This band used to be a favorite of mine when I was like twelve years old and heard them on the old Punk-O-Rama's and in the Tony Hawk game. "No Cigar", "Black Eye", "Bullion", all amazing songs. These guys are way underrated and this song is pretty decent, looking forward to this.

DoubtGin
May 3rd 2012

6748 Comments


song is really good

Stainkovic
May 3rd 2012

49 Comments


Really didn't expect them to still be this good.

Bloodhail
May 3rd 2012

1143 Comments


pretty good

drasticaction74
May 3rd 2012

1727 Comments


whoa

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WhiteLocust
May 3rd 2012

37 Comments


penguins and polarbears!

Douglas
May 4th 2012

9093 Comments


ah I love these guys. Song is pretty rad.

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GuanoBumbershoot
May 4th 2012

1435 Comments


YESSSS! So glas this song is as great as it is...Their last album was the only one I haven't really enjoyed.

MichaelSnoxall
May 4th 2012

12163 Comments


...It just seems lacking compared to their classic stuff. Wait, that's probably the nostalgia it's missing. Fuck it.

MichaelSnoxall
May 4th 2012

12163 Comments


Just read about the album it's featured on. B-Side album from Pennybridge upwards. I can see that. Still lacks the nostalgia. DANG IT.

Dunpeal
May 4th 2012

3643 Comments



not bad I guess. don't have much desire to pick up any new pop-punk though, unless it absolutely blows me away

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