New The Air I Breathe Song
2012-05-03 by Zach | 21 Comments
Technical Metalcore band, The Air I Breathe, have released a new single "Vale Dicere (To Say Farewell)". This song comes from their new album that will be released later this year.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_KS7he0rrs
Tagged: The Air I Breathe

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nononsense
May 4th 2012
3431 Comments


not to bad

AtomicShane
May 4th 2012
1947 Comments


ehh, its not that bad. vocals are pretty badass

ILJ
May 4th 2012
6741 Comments


Yeah, old stuff was far better. It actually had some groove to it. This is just your standard chugs and breakdowns with some awesome vox.

Digging: FKA Twigs - LP1

KSK1
May 4th 2012
4094 Comments


I don't really like it.

RosaParks
May 4th 2012
15047 Comments


lol this is so bad

sspedding
May 4th 2012
4794 Comments


i cant take these annoying stacked vocals from this band anymore. Someone should assassinate them.

Spec
May 4th 2012
27298 Comments


Didn't they just recently release an album?

MisguidedYouth
May 4th 2012
155 Comments


boring and the cleans still blow

Evreaia
May 4th 2012
4060 Comments


Their debut was fun, but this just plain sucks.

Shiduba
May 4th 2012
424 Comments


Pretty good, but I think they can do better. At least it was different from their first album which is
good. Great Faith in Fools is a fucking awesome album.

Devastator
May 4th 2012
2513 Comments


That part when the guitars sound like violins is fucking awesome.

xandermander
May 4th 2012
626 Comments


Yep, throw this band in the failures bin. I fucking hate the vocal production and the vocalist.

Devastator
May 4th 2012
2513 Comments


The guitarists are leaving though.

Shiduba
May 4th 2012
424 Comments


Yep, that sucks.

iamSeraph
May 4th 2012
870 Comments


badass, wtf. didn't expect that tbh.

Durrzo
May 4th 2012
1137 Comments


This was okay, but those vocals are WAY overproduced, and I really hate it when bands do that. And those cleans... uhg. Why does every single fucking band in the genre have to put clean vocals in their music? Sometimes they work well but in this case they suck and the band would be much better off without them. The instrumentals were good though, and 1:13-1:22 was sick.

ConcubinaryCode
May 4th 2012
2170 Comments


i hate breakdowns.

Hospital
May 4th 2012
2065 Comments


I like clean vocals but I will admit it seems like bands in this genre are just throwing them in just
to do it. At least they're not absurdly overused in this song

Oh and agreed fuck those stacked vocals

FearThyEvil
May 4th 2012
12758 Comments


That was awful. Vocals blow too.

TooLateToGoBack
May 4th 2012
1780 Comments


stacked vocals were horrible. production was also meh.

Durrzo
May 25th 2012
1137 Comments


I like this song, to be honest. The vocalist is the weak point but if he would just quit stacking his fucking vocals he would be okay.... And he should also never sing.



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