|Heart In Hand post new video|
2012-06-19 by Jo | 26 Replies | 1436 Views
UK melodic hardcore act Heart In Hand have posted a new video for the song 'Threefifteen' on their official Youtube channel.
The track is taken from their second studio album entitled Only Memories.
At first I thought this might be bad because someone said it was horriby generic. Then I noticed it was pit
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And that means what?
That it's not
They are the saltines of melodic hardcore
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Lol listen to better melodic hardcore and you will see how boring these guys are.
It's the same fucking riff and same beat every single song. All of their music runs together and sounds the same.
Only Memories is a good album, it has a few really good songs. I don't really expect that much else will come out of this band, their sound right now doesn't seem like it will evolve.
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How about Life in Your Way?
How about you just stop posting and move on
Haha if you think Life in Your Way is generic or bad
that was the worst music video i have ever seen what the hell
I make great music videos, they should hire me
like this band. song was ok.
love the song, but that music video is lolbad
Wasn't anywhere as good as BMTH's The Comedown video, that band is lame but that video was actually pretty funny. Maybe all predator's biggest fans were pissed about it, since there are 850 dislikes.
Only Memories was their debut album, they are still working on the second album I think.
Correct, this is from their debut.
I thought it was kinda funny
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Uhm, my bad. Thought their EP was a LP somehow...
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band is fun for melodic metalcore, video sucked though
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good song, boring video
Why do bands act like I should give a fuck about who they are or what their image is. The music and lyrics should speak for itself. Not like this band is good enough to care or anything, just saying.