Hundredth post new song

2013-01-23 by oresttt | 23 Comments
South Carolina-based melodic hardcore act Hundredth have released a new song entitled 'Ruin' via their official Facebook page.

The track is taken from their upcoming record Revolt, the first part of the double EP Revolt/Resist.

Revolt is set to be released on March 19th, with Resist being in stores later this year.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0PBTplZJec

Tagged: Hundredth

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MuhNamesTyler
January 23rd 2013
4940 Comments


damn that was fuckin awesome

nononsense
January 23rd 2013
3441 Comments


Sweet

patman1001
January 23rd 2013
1012 Comments


pretty awesome

TomAkaVeto
January 23rd 2013
1733 Comments


This is better than I remember them being. I feel like all their previous material was boring.

MMX
January 23rd 2013
4940 Comments


that was ok

Winsomniac
January 23rd 2013
8056 Comments


I really wasn't impressed.

snerefedsav
January 23rd 2013
867 Comments


a lot of people already pointed out that it sounds like underoath. i think it was pretty good, but not really what i liked hundredth for. hoping to hear some more tracks

dixoncocks
January 23rd 2013
2863 Comments


Well this is exciting.

marksellsuswallets
January 23rd 2013
4848 Comments


New Shai Hulud pretty much negates anything else from this genre this year.

haydenslame
January 24th 2013
352 Comments


Really liked this. new ep should rule.

fromtheinside
January 24th 2013
19676 Comments


let go was a huge improvement over their previous. officially looking forward to more

haydenslame
January 24th 2013
352 Comments


i like the direction they're taking with this, too.

counterparts
January 24th 2013
15 Comments


not really feeling this first track like i thought i would've. Still excited for the EP though

Digging: Pat Metheny - Imaginary Day

KSK1
January 24th 2013
4097 Comments


Not too bad actually. The rest of their stuff is pretty much a snooze fest so this was nice

deathofasalesman
January 24th 2013
5882 Comments


Hello Counterparts.

KSK1
January 24th 2013
4097 Comments


yeah they're similar

TomAkaVeto
January 24th 2013
1733 Comments


I'd still take Counterparts over this band.

spillingmercury
January 24th 2013
877 Comments


still debating whether or not i should look into this band.

dixoncocks
January 24th 2013
2863 Comments


Counterparts>>>>>>>>Hundredth

paradox1216
Contributing Reviewer
January 24th 2013
648 Comments


this is actually awesome but I agree with Counterparts being way better.

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fsupride
January 24th 2013
143 Comments


Song was pretty cool. They have a tendency to write a lot of boring music. I do hate the whole "Hey! Hey!"

omik1116
January 24th 2013
523 Comments


Let Go was ultimately pretty boring. The fact that I can keep coming back to this is a step in the right direction.

themyriad
January 24th 2013
69 Comments


Eh it was ok. Hardcore as usual.



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