better than last song but still sucks
Digging: Townes Van Zandt - Townes Van Zandt
this is more like it
This is probably the minimum I would expect from Red. I'm not a huge fan of their slower songs, so I find it kind of alarming that this sounds better than the two songs they released previously.
The only reason this track is better than the last two is because it's the first softer and slower song we've heard from the album thus far. Based on the other two tracks, ever song that's meant to be heavier is really gonna suck hard. Hell, this song is just decent at best. Really nothing different from them or any other christian rock band as far as ballads go. And once again, I have to ask, WHERE ARE THE FUCKING STRINGS???????
Digging: Father - Who's Gonna Get Fucked First
If this band could write better choruses especially for these ballads they do these songs would be a lot stronger. That song wasnt even that bad but the chorus was pretty generic. And yeah, what the fuck are you doing leaving out the strings? Fuck Howard Benson.
band is not good
i agree with the first comment, better than other song but my opinion still hasn't been swayed.
Put this song against their older hits (Pieces, Mystery of You, etc), it becomes nothing more than "nice-sounding".
Digging: P.O.S. - Audition
I like it.
First song off this new album I've heard that I've liked. Good song.
fuck Howard Benson
where are the fucking strings
Digging: Rosetta - Quintessential Ephemera
You mean third, I said where are the strings first you wanker.
song is boring
Got excited and though it said "Red Chord".
I'm sad now.
"Can someone tell me objectively why is this band considered mediocre but the national isn't?"
Digging: Copeland - Ixora
And once again, I have to ask, WHERE ARE THE FUCKING STRINGS???????
This can never be asked too much.
is that hook not from their last album?
can someone tell me objectively why is this band considered mediocre but the national isn't?
cuz objectively u should kill urself
Prob sux still
But w/e worth a listen when I get homr