Hypocrisy post new song

2013-01-25 by HSThomas | 22 Comments
Swedish melodic-death metal band, Hypocrisy, have posted a new song called 'End of Disclosure' off of their upcoming album of the same name. The new album is due to released in late March and marks the first effort since 2009's A Taste of Extreme Divinity
You can check the song here:
http://www.nuclearblast.de/label/music/band/about/70925.hypocrisy.html

Tagged: Hypocrisy

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Yazz_Flute
January 25th 2013
18929 Comments


Sound like a standard mid-paced Hypocrisy song; t'was decent.

XingKing
January 25th 2013
11135 Comments


I had no idea they released an album after Virus. I'll have to look into that. Agreed with Yazz, sounds like your standard Hypocrisy song.

Yazz_Flute
January 25th 2013
18929 Comments


That was several years ago haha. A Taste of Extreme Divinity was pretty enjoyable from what I remember, haven't listened in a while.

ViralOblivion
January 25th 2013
7679 Comments


Sounded good but like the past two posts said like average Hypocrisy still it's shaping up to be a better year for metal already

oltnabrick
January 25th 2013
33384 Comments


pretty good i can dig it

InfamousGrouse
January 25th 2013
3799 Comments


omg

InfamousGrouse
January 25th 2013
3799 Comments


song is sweet

bigguytoo9
January 25th 2013
293 Comments


im down with this

BallsToTheWall
January 25th 2013
45453 Comments



Sound like a standard mid-paced Hypocrisy song; t'was decent. (2)

Looking forward to album.

Digging: World's End Girlfriend - Dream's End Come True

Makemebad35
January 25th 2013
791 Comments


ohh bby

FrozenVain
January 25th 2013
2634 Comments


omg holy omg holy shit omg

GringoSuave89
January 25th 2013
1094 Comments


Right on

Digging: Ghost (SWE) - Meliora

foxxxythnksustnk
January 25th 2013
2132 Comments


best band

KILL
January 25th 2013
74378 Comments


nah dude 2nd mystik is best

foxxxythnksustnk
January 25th 2013
2132 Comments


o shit youre right :x

MO
January 25th 2013
19880 Comments


cool

TheNotrap
January 26th 2013
8323 Comments


Catchy and generic as expected.


mindleviticus
January 26th 2013
8542 Comments


sounds okay

MantorIV
January 26th 2013
6 Comments


Is it just me or does the song seem...incomplete?

Philalethes
January 27th 2013
245 Comments


"Is it just me or does the song seem...incomplete?"

Agreed. I wonder if it supposed to flow into the next track, or if we only got part of the song.

I love the vocals. Peter is one of the best metal vocalists of all time. This song is highly intriguing, as it sounds like a sonic shift back towards the self-titled album, which in my opinion is their best record to date. Can't wait to hear the rest of the new album.

foxxxythnksustnk
January 27th 2013
2132 Comments


it says something like incomplete in the don't title lol

Pebster49
January 28th 2013
2996 Comments


what?



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