This Or The Apocalypse Video
2012-09-25 by Josh Fountain CONTRIBUTOR | 18 Comments

This Or The Apocalypse has premiered a video for their song "Hell Praiser" on Alt Press.
"Hell Praiser" is the opening track from Dead Years, which was released today,
September 25 through eOne in North America and LifeForce in Europe.







The video can be seen here:
http://www.altpress.com/aptv/video/video_premiere_this_or_the_apocalypse_hell_praiser

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JeetJeet
September 25th 2012

660 Comments


awesome

Calc
September 25th 2012

10899 Comments


I can't find this album anywhere, I'ma listen to Monuments and see if it'd be worth it to buy

sspedding
September 25th 2012

4715 Comments


slays

wachooo
September 25th 2012

121 Comments


Geez that was awful. I don't understand bands like this that regress every album.

Curse.
Contributing Reviewer
September 25th 2012

7762 Comments


According to your ratings this is the first album that they've regressed

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JeetJeet
September 25th 2012

660 Comments


this is hands down the worst song on the album and it still slays.

iamSeraph
September 25th 2012

852 Comments


JeetJeet #2

sspedding
September 25th 2012

4715 Comments


idk, i thought Gaunt and Fierce was the weakest but that is also still decent.

TomAkaVeto
September 25th 2012

1523 Comments


"I want to see The Powerless Rise."

Nice use of an AILD album title in the lyrics.

Also, the vocals are way too overdone.

JeetJeet
September 25th 2012

660 Comments


I think we can all agree that Americans is the best song on Dead Years though right guyz?

xandermander
September 25th 2012

626 Comments


A Damn Moment is the best song on the album, closely followed by Americans. I don't think this album was a regression one bit.

TheMoreira
September 25th 2012

5767 Comments


Ahah, Texas In July do have some songs i can compare to this. Good song though

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Apollo
September 25th 2012

10085 Comments


This band sucks asshole

Curse.
Contributing Reviewer
September 25th 2012

7762 Comments


Hate The Ones You Love is the best track on the new album

NonApplicable
September 25th 2012

1830 Comments


Nice use of an AILD album title in the lyrics.

Also, the vocals are way too overdone.


Ugh! I hate when bands do this. Especially... when band are so inept, that it becomes immediately
obvious a coincidence is not possible.


TooLateToGoBack
September 26th 2012

1682 Comments


Americans is indeed the best track on the album.

That breakdown is beautiful.

TheMoreira
September 26th 2012

5767 Comments


"Ugh! I hate when bands do this. Especially... when band are so inept, that it becomes immediately
obvious a coincidence is not possible."

Ahah, funny its so true

trilogique21
September 26th 2012

341 Comments


powerhawk bros



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