This is decent. Atonement was alright so i'll probably check this out. So many albums on the 17th though.
yeah this was good. I look forward to hearing the full thing.
Digging: Devil Sold His Soul - Belong ? Betray
pretty much feel the exact same way as ksk1. god, i always love lyrics for christian bands though haha. i always wanted to start a christcore band just because of all the potential one-liners. look up passages in the bible and songs practically write themselves
atonement was a little bit of a guilty pleasure of mine.
this was retardedly boring though :[
are they still trying to sound like misery signals?
better than most bands on facedown, but isn't saying much. that was painfully average
Awesome. a little too "preachy", but its all good.
Digging: Trophy Eyes - Mend, Move On
actually liked it; the guitar tone's pretty sweet and they have some good melodies
I like how the drums sound.
Digging: Midnight - No Mercy for Mayhem
Did they always have clean vocals?
Kinda wish they kept out the clean vocals, but either way the song could have been more interesting.
I think Atonement was almost a diamond in the rough at the time.
Digging: The Birthday Massacre - Superstition
I loved the cleans on here.
They weren't loud and annoying like some other bands would do, true, but still.
is this catchy?
Digging: Ben Howard - I Forget Where We Were
not as catchy as linkin park
I believe the term is "a poor man's Misery Signals".
Digging: Submotion Orchestra - Alium
Could never really get into these guys. Song was ok
I believe the term is "a poor man's Misery Signals". My thoughts precisely.
Cool song... album art looks pretty sexy
Digging: ERRA - Moments Of Clarity
Misery Signals > Of Virtue >>> this band. Boring tbh. Even Empires Fade do better imo.
Seems to be be a lot of 'poor man's Misery Signals' these days. Also seems to be a lot of lyric promo videos lately too. Pretty boring song. Surprised that the best part was when the cleaners came in.
song would've been perfect without that last breakdown cramped in there.
Digging: Daniel Lanois - Flesh and Machine