New In Fear And Faith album teaser

2012-06-19 by HeadsAreRolling | 23 Comments
The post hardcore band In Fear And Faith have released a new album teaser through their
label, Rise Records, which can be found in the link below.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtKJRAohY-A&feature=g-all-u

Tagged: In Fear and Faith

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MisguidedYouth
June 20th 2012
165 Comments


these guys used to be huge when the metalcore scene was at its prime.

bloc
June 20th 2012
35533 Comments


Seems as thought this band just disappeared for a period of time...

Album looks to have a post-apocalyptic theme, which seems to be nothing new these days. Wasn't digging those clean vocals in the trailer either.

ConcubinaryCode
June 20th 2012
2474 Comments


did not like those cleans...

Spec
June 20th 2012
28761 Comments


I assumed they had broken up. Their first EP was cool.

ChuckyTruant
June 20th 2012
15728 Comments


I can dig it a bit

RosaParks
June 20th 2012
16293 Comments


terrible

Digging: Jazz Liberatorz - Fruit Of The Past

MisguidedYouth
June 20th 2012
165 Comments


telle used to be in this band. he was on their ep.

Forevermore
June 20th 2012
133 Comments


What's with you guys thinking these guys broke up/disappeared? They've released something almost every year since 2006, excluding only 2008.

iamSeraph
June 20th 2012
885 Comments


solid. will check it out eventually.

BonRurgundy
June 20th 2012
354 Comments


I like it.

TehEric
June 20th 2012
30 Comments


They don't have their harsh vocalist anymore, do they? I think I liked this better than their previous works but when I listen to them all I can think about are pirates.

KSK1
June 20th 2012
4099 Comments


Yeah Scott does screams and cleans now. This sounded okay. Didn't like the song they released a couple months ago though.

nash1311
June 20th 2012
1757 Comments


This band was awful live when I saw them.

nash1311
June 20th 2012
1757 Comments


Sounds like everything else to me.

pmmets07
June 20th 2012
5984 Comments


used to dig this band

they're pretty bad

tresm87
June 20th 2012
2808 Comments


sounded meh

Digging: Miss May I - Deathless

MuhNamesTyler
June 20th 2012
5229 Comments


Yeah the cleans sound kinda stupid

Digging: xRepentancex - The Sickness of Eden

Kulti
June 20th 2012
72 Comments


It's hard to say anything from an only 30 seconds preview but maybe they go back to Your World On Fire times


Durrzo
June 20th 2012
1209 Comments


I loved his cleans on Your World On Fire but this band turned to shit after that release. Won't bother with the new album.

bloc
June 20th 2012
35533 Comments


Band needs to stick with the piratecore

MisguidedYouth
June 20th 2012
165 Comments


^^^^

Devastator
June 20th 2012
2521 Comments


Cleans sound kinda not good, but ill proabobly check this out since Im a sucker for post-apocalyptic themed albums.

WhiteTieBlackJacket
June 21st 2012
794 Comments


Oh gawd, that was bad...



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