i liked the other song a little more
it's awesome. They're really on a roll.
Digging: Sputnik - Christmas At Our House
Pretty dec. I'm looking forward to checking out the other two new tracks.
Digging: Copeland - Ixora
War Paint was better but this isn't bad, the chorus is catchy as fuck.
buddy's favorite part of the song is the part he did lol
Very very good
Digging: Knocked Loose - Pop Culture
This album might be as good as Still Searching.
New line-up is still killer
Nice song !
I liked the other one a hair more, but its a great song. One heavy, one lighter, looks like the EP is gonna be pretty all encompassing for Senses Fail.
Digging: Mike Will Made-It - Ransom
I have a good feeling this will easily be their best album yet.
This...is kind of lame. After loving the first song so much this just sounds tame and subdued. It's certainly not bad...just not that good.
Digging: The Smoking Popes - Get Fired
Excellent. The chorus riff is filth.
It's not bad.
Was that a violin? I had it turned down low and couldn't tell. Sounded cool though
What's that one Senses Fail song about overcoming mental obstacles?
Buddy's voice is a lot more mellowed out now, p cool
Riffs are also nostalgia-worthy and awesome
Praying for the new material in the form of a 7"
People still listen to Senses Fail?
Whoa, their five minutes of fame is far past.
lol gazer you will see that they are one of the 20 or so bands people generally don't talk shit about
im pretty sure a lot of people talk shit about them. alot
I can't take this band seriously with those goddamn vocals. Just sounds so dumb.
Loved the last song, like this one but not as much.
People talk shit about the vocals but no one really calls into question their ability to write intelligent, competent or enjoyable music. Its broadly appealing in that anyone who can tolerate/learn to enjoy Buddy's voice comes likes the instrumentation and the lyrics. Both of which are more than sound for the genre.
I think people need their senses to not fail anymore.
one of the few good modern post hardcore bands