Acacia Strain release new song

2012-09-07 by Titanman10 | 39 Comments
Misanthropic hardcore veterans,The Acacia Strain have released a new song entitled, "Victims
of the Cave" from their upcoming album "Death is the only Mortal." The October 9th release
will mark the band's first offering with Rise Records.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAIGD_aLs6w&feature=branded

Tagged: The Acacia Strain

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ILJ
September 8th 2012
6867 Comments


Cover of the year.

Too bad the album will probably suck.

FearThyEvil
September 8th 2012
13951 Comments


I liked it but these guys are a guilty pleasure of mine.

TooLateToGoBack
September 8th 2012
1923 Comments


I knew these guys liked chugging, but wow.

zaruyache
September 8th 2012
11439 Comments


Got halfway through before the boringness got to me.

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Crymsonblaze
September 8th 2012
7723 Comments


ahhhhh so bad

auberginedreamz
September 8th 2012
149 Comments


band is lolbad.

ViralOblivion
September 8th 2012
7679 Comments


I hate this kind of metal so much breakdown breakdown cliche chant and then build up to the HEAVY breakdown so fucking dumb

ReturnOfTheDnor
September 8th 2012
893 Comments


god this was probably one of the worst songs I've ever heard.

Uranium
September 8th 2012
7450 Comments


idk it's the same ol riff digested and regurgitated

BetaAquilae
September 8th 2012
248 Comments


Jesus christ this band

sspedding
September 8th 2012
4955 Comments


to be fair, this was so much better than that last heap of shit they released.

BlueW
September 8th 2012
2279 Comments


wut are you sayin this is just as good as that chariot thing

iamSeraph
September 8th 2012
896 Comments


to be fair, this was so much better than that last heap of shit they released.

not at all sspedding, Wormwood was actually not that bad.

auberginedreamz
September 8th 2012
149 Comments


all of their shit sounds the same to me.

Colliiiin
September 8th 2012
679 Comments


Band was always a guilty pleasure of mine, but this chug is pretty fucking terrible, Vincent's vocals couldn't even save it.

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auberginedreamz
September 8th 2012
149 Comments


of course not, his vocals are terrible.

Crymsonblaze
September 8th 2012
7723 Comments


"god this was probably one of the worst songs I've ever heard."

[2]

TheLast7thVermicide
September 8th 2012
186 Comments


Bros are going to scream like 14 year old girls with this release. Lol

Apollo
September 8th 2012
10501 Comments


"Misanthropic hardcore veterans"

ummm..............

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TomAkaVeto
September 8th 2012
1798 Comments


Holy Meshuggah ripoff at like 40 seconds in.

and this song is so incredibly bland.

AtomicShane
September 8th 2012
2102 Comments


i dig it

KSK1
September 8th 2012
4099 Comments


Lyrics have improved but this is so god damn boring. Bring back the sound from The Dead Walk and i'll consider caring.

jrm96
September 8th 2012
2445 Comments


it's alright

MikeC26
September 8th 2012
3286 Comments


sounds like a bunch of shit

jmh886
September 8th 2012
1265 Comments


they have some songs i can fuck with. but im pretty sure if i spent an hour i could write a couple of these songs.

Fieryfenderz
September 8th 2012
1704 Comments


That started off really boring but it kinda picked up towards the end. Either way Vincent's vocals rule.

syco722
September 8th 2012
494 Comments



So brutalz. Meshuggah + Breakdowns, I like it.

TheFantasticDangler
September 8th 2012
1303 Comments


Good ol' Acacia. Songs pretty good.

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OneMoreRoland
September 8th 2012
1053 Comments


I really like this band. Won't lie.

Mickeymau5
September 8th 2012
1614 Comments


3750 is the best album they ever made

lecolumbus
September 8th 2012
95 Comments


3750 is their only decent album, which is why Emmure ripped it off pretty much verbatim with Goodbye to the Gallows.
After that though, they completely fucked it up; The Dead Walk and Continent sound weakened and Wormwood was just boring.

ViralOblivion
September 8th 2012
7679 Comments


never liked them maybe a track or two but thats it theyre forgettable

Durrzo
September 9th 2012
1248 Comments


Well that was just horrible. Chug much?

MeatSalad
September 9th 2012
16249 Comments


This band gets chuggier every release

apert
September 9th 2012
3222 Comments


so shit, but at least the vocals aren't as bad as emmure

AnthonyFartano
September 9th 2012
233 Comments


It's not that bad, it's not that good. Why are you people overreacting. It's actually the downfall of this band their stuff is neither good nor bad.

Sevhead
September 9th 2012
569 Comments


^Overreacting is the Sputnik user base's purpose.

Nocturnal
September 10th 2012
1329 Comments


This bros dissapointed

SlMBOLlC
October 6th 2012
5551 Comments


continent + dead walk are the pinnacle of brocore
not saying much but still



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