Elitist Release New Song
2012-09-03 by Wayne H. | 38 Comments
Southern California Metalcore act Elitist have released a new song, entitled "Unto The Sun," to be released on their debut full-length Reshape Reason due out later this year.

The song can be found through their band facebook page and at http://youtu.be/qXZESwIcF-Y
Tagged: Elitist

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Mickeymau5
September 3rd 2012
1614 Comments


Not liking the vocals very much

JAXETA
September 3rd 2012
787 Comments


is it good?

Winsomniac
September 3rd 2012
8012 Comments


Instrumentally captivating. Lyrics seem kind of uninspired and generic, though. Chris' vocals are
earnest, but just barely misses communicating unadulterated passion. It's hard to have a strong
opinion about it one way or the other for me :/


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Shredzilla
September 3rd 2012
501 Comments


Song sounds a lot like the last one they released. These guys have potential but one of their major problems is repetitiveness. That was one of the biggest problems with their last EP release. Every song was around the same tempo and had very similar riffs....

sspedding
September 3rd 2012
4780 Comments


I'm digging this.

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Recspecs
September 3rd 2012
9830 Comments


"Metalcore act Elitist"

hahaha

JeetJeet
September 3rd 2012
777 Comments


pretty awesome stuff.

sspedding
September 3rd 2012
4780 Comments


i like this guy's vocals

JeetJeet
September 3rd 2012
777 Comments


Same here. Way better than the last guy's vocals imo.

henryChinaski
September 3rd 2012
2837 Comments


Solid

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thespaceforthis
September 3rd 2012
518 Comments


This is awful. You can tell they suck by that pic right there.

Twelvetribes230
September 3rd 2012
110 Comments


it's ok

ChuckyTruant
September 3rd 2012
15725 Comments


I like it. And I also really like Chris vox

bloozclooz
September 3rd 2012
1770 Comments


instrumentation is awesome, vocals are so-so

Tijnmans
September 3rd 2012
358 Comments


metalcore band Elitist rofl [2]

bloc
September 3rd 2012
35004 Comments


This sounds really great. New album will be a treat.

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climactic
September 3rd 2012
19840 Comments


way too repetitive. whole song is basically 3 riffs. bleh

PurpleDino
September 3rd 2012
3086 Comments


sounds so much like Erra

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wacknizzle
September 3rd 2012
13613 Comments


The guitar and drum tone are the only things that sound like Erra imo. The song sounded okay but it's pretty much just the same riff the entire time, kinda boring.

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silentstar
September 3rd 2012
2281 Comments


The Elitist Law: If you like one of their songs, you have to like all of them.

bloc
September 3rd 2012
35004 Comments


^Couldn't be more true haha

Winsomniac
September 3rd 2012
8012 Comments


This is growing on me, instrumentation is incredible.

ChuckyTruant
September 3rd 2012
15725 Comments


Yeah sweet riffing

Spec
September 3rd 2012
27271 Comments


Instruments are good but the vocals and lyrics are just awful :/

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ChuckyTruant
September 3rd 2012
15725 Comments


I like vox

iamSeraph
September 3rd 2012
870 Comments


Vocs are meh..so sad.

jackalope11
September 4th 2012
330 Comments


Dig it. What's their label? I remember them not being signed

KSK1
September 4th 2012
4094 Comments


Why don't they just release the album isn't this like the 5th song?

AtomicShane
September 4th 2012
1926 Comments


@KSK1 this is off their new cd coming out in 2 weeks...

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J0ckstrapsFTW
September 4th 2012
3658 Comments


This rules face

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trilogique21
September 4th 2012
427 Comments


this, the title track and the Earth EP all sound the same. still kinda like it doe. it's OK

bloc
September 4th 2012
35004 Comments


I'm also assuming all the songs on the album will sound the same

KSK1
September 4th 2012
4094 Comments


@shane, yeah I know but I feel like this is like the 5th song they've released ahead of time when the maximum a band will generally release is like 3. Idk maybe i'm going nuts but I feel like i've seen the article "New Elitist Song" a lot haha.

AtomicShane
September 4th 2012
1926 Comments


@KSK1 im pretty sure this is their thrid they released, and thats if dreamwalker is on the album, but yeah i know what you mean lol

djentmaster
September 4th 2012
2 Comments


@Shredzilla ... they both start off similar... however when i looked on itunes and listened to the previews they have up right now every single song sounds completely different

JeetJeet
September 5th 2012
777 Comments


the samples on itunes sound fucking amazing. every song sounds awesome as fuck. I can tell I'm gonna love this album.

ChuckyTruant
September 5th 2012
15725 Comments


This is the 2nd song KS lmao

KSK1
September 5th 2012
4094 Comments


Really only 2nd? Oh well I resign my argument lol.



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