Close to Home ft. We Came as..
2012-06-28 by simonpettersen | 19 Comments

Ohio post-hardcore act Close to Home have released their new song called "Family Ties". The song is taken from their upcoming second studio album "Momentum" set to be released on July 17th through Artery Recordings. The song features Kyle Pavone and David Stephens from We Came as Romans as guest vocalists.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ib75KuId_E&feature=player_embedded

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Devastator
June 28th 2012

2276 Comments


WCAR's screamer is really talented, he needs to leave and join a better band. Oh and bad song.

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SteveRogers
June 28th 2012

182 Comments


They seek the Holy Grail.

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SteveRogers
June 28th 2012

182 Comments


WCAR's screamer is really talented, he needs to leave and join a better band. [2]

TylerOnFire
June 28th 2012

318 Comments


what the hell happened to my first comment? Oh and btw nice edit on the article. The idiot put quest vocals originally.

nash1311
June 28th 2012

1752 Comments


I'm interested to hear this but I bet it sucks

Wolfhorde
June 28th 2012

11799 Comments


probably sucks.

DropdeadWHA
June 28th 2012

546 Comments


Why on earth would they want Kyle Pavone featuring? He cannot sing.

ILJ
June 28th 2012

6544 Comments


These guys are from Ohio too? Why does all the shitty subpar bullshit come from my state?



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snerefedsav
June 28th 2012

785 Comments


yeah the disparity between dave and kyle is pretty astounding. dave needs a less shitty band.

lucasjcockcroft
June 28th 2012

3669 Comments


not bad actually

iamSeraph
June 28th 2012

852 Comments


pretty solid but nothing groundbreaking at all.

nash1311
June 28th 2012

1752 Comments


Hahaha clean vocalist from wcar sang like 2 lines

snerefedsav
June 28th 2012

785 Comments


that's cuz he sucks haha. shouldn't have gotten him in the first place

RosaParks
June 29th 2012

14592 Comments


awful

joshieboy12345
June 29th 2012

5256 Comments


I found that quite enjoyable, pretty cool lyrics, dunno why all of you see it as bad.

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Calc
June 29th 2012

10874 Comments


so innovative, so fresh, so not the same thing i've heard a million times

Recspecs
June 29th 2012

9811 Comments


Hahahahahaha I'll check this out even though I know it will be awful.

SwingThatShxt
July 1st 2012

8 Comments


I love how people are saying Dave needs a new band. The people saying that obviously don't realize Dave's definition of a "Band". The whole band is like family (like they've said many times) saying "oh he should leave to a better band" is like saying you should move to a richer family. I guess what they say is true Haters gonna hate.

sixdegrees
July 1st 2012

15772 Comments


then he should move to a less dysfunctional family.

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