.....That was kinda amazing.
I'm impressed. Technical and all clean vocals. Quality Metalcore that has an interesting message and doesn't build songs around breakdowns.
I'll definitely give these guys a listen when the new record drops.
They still maintain the same sound as their debut (guitars especially), which is cool.
Makes me want to dig out my Jamies Elsewhere CD.
that was pretty good.
So awesome! I agree with NonApplicable.
Still something sound off compared to To Our Forefathers. Not bad, but not that impressive either.
Yeah, nothing special really.
That was pretty good.
My reaction is mixed. The vocals, while not my cup of tea, are well done. The guitars, while technical and impressive, basically amount to wankery. The song is driven by the vocals until that explosive solo. The lyrics seem to promote some kind of "new" socialism or something.
not bad. i've always had a soft spot for these guys.
and fuck lyric videos
First time really hearing these guys. Dig what I heard.
Good single. Excited for the album.
Sweet song, the guitar work never ceases to be excellent
Never really listened to these guys but this sounds amazing and I do not normally like that style clean vocals
great stuff! I just hope that the rest of the album isn't as similar to To Our Forefathers.
Awesome band is awesome.
Only thing that worries me is every song following a similar song structure like on Passion of the Heist (mid/groovy tempo, verse/chorus/verse/chorus/shred/chorus). I don't want them to turn into dream theater or anything, but just switch up the formula for their songs once in a while.
Other than the vocals, this song could almost pass off as a bonus track from Periphery II
Not like the vox are far off even.
would be better with less cleans 
The vocals kind of got on my nerves after a while
I should probably like this but I don't
Digging: Incendiary - Thousand Mile Stare
Sotelo wishes he could vocalize like this guy.
Nothing extremely special but fun fur sure.
At first, I didn't like it, then I realized I listen to periphery.
This is periphery. Not amazing, but fun.