New SORNE Song
2013-01-22 by fish CONTRIBUTOR | 18 Comments

SORNE have released a new song, 'Ego Altar', which will feature on the band's upcoming second album of the same name.

The song can be heard here
http://www.rslblog.com/2013/01/sorne-ego-altar.html

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Wolfhorde
January 22nd 2013

12054 Comments


Dude adopts singing styles like he was McFerrin. Sweet.

CasinoColumbus
January 22nd 2013

340 Comments


Fuck yeah, completely forgot he would be releasing new material this year. This guy is so talented.

North0House2
January 22nd 2013

5808 Comments


Submitted this article like an hour and a half ago. But whatever.

Sounds quite a bit different from House of Stone. It's gonna be freaking great.

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oltnabrick
January 22nd 2013

30077 Comments


swag me out

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fish.
Contributing Reviewer
January 22nd 2013

21573 Comments


Song's ok


Submitted this article like an hour and a half ago. But whatever.

So, after I did then?



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North0House2
January 22nd 2013

5808 Comments


"So, after I did then?"

Touche

Calc
January 22nd 2013

11959 Comments


is SORNE a band or a dude?

EDIT: by the way he's singing like Patrick Stump in this song. true story

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MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
January 22nd 2013

4507 Comments


a dude

Calc
January 22nd 2013

11959 Comments


thats what i thought but the article is written like its a band.

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
January 22nd 2013

21573 Comments


it's a band but it's pretty much just morgan sorne behind the brain power afaik

North0House2
January 22nd 2013

5808 Comments


Well, he has two dudes to help him out now. So, I don't know what he'd be considered lol.

And yeah, the vocal work in this track isn't doing it for me after a few more listens. At least, not as immediately as it did on House of Stone.

Days of Future Passed
January 22nd 2013

471 Comments


Track lacks energy, it's nothing like House of Stone.

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Mike08
January 22nd 2013

601 Comments


I loved his last record; This, however, was surprisingly bland. I will wait to pass judgement once I hear the full album.

North0House2
January 22nd 2013

5808 Comments


Yeah, this honestly makes me sad.

ComfortablyDumb
January 23rd 2013

394 Comments


I love this. Really different from House of Stone, but the more you listen the more it definitely gets under your skin.

Can't wait for the full album.

balcaen
January 23rd 2013

3183 Comments


This is fucking awful. Sounds like Maroon 5 attempting a vision quest.

Calc
January 24th 2013

11959 Comments


funny?

CK
February 11th 2013

4873 Comments


This was interesting. I feel like it will sound better when played along with the rest of the album. Also, I bet this isn't anywhere near the best song on the album



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