New HRVRD Video
2013-02-13 by wacknizzle | 17 Comments

Experimental indie/post-hardcore outfit HRVRD have released a new video for the song "Flaming Creatures" from their upcoming sophomore album From The Bird Cage due out on Feb. 19 via Equal Vision records.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwmZh5zvKbo

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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 13th 2013

48574 Comments


It's pretty depressing seeing We Came as Romans and Texas In July in the related videos
damn the song started all twinkly emo for like 5 seconds but then ahh nope

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dbizzles
February 13th 2013

271 Comments


Never heard these guys.
This song is pretty chill.

TooLateToGoBack
February 13th 2013

1681 Comments


Vocalist gives Anthony Green a run for his money.

Great song, too.

elephantREVOLUTION
February 14th 2013

2704 Comments


yeah i just saw them live a few days ago and i think this guy is just as good as anthony green if not better. can't wait for this album to come out

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lachis
February 14th 2013

236 Comments


interesting..

lachis
February 14th 2013

236 Comments


yeah this song rules. never heard of these guys but this is sick.

fromtheinside
February 14th 2013

16485 Comments


like the university?

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henryChinaski
February 14th 2013

2457 Comments


Great song and video.

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CasinoColumbus
February 14th 2013

340 Comments


First song I've heard from them, but I really like this.

wacknizzle
February 14th 2013

11949 Comments


I'm really looking forward to the new album, I think this song is great. Sweet video too.

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artificialbox
February 14th 2013

628 Comments


Damn, I'm sold. I was a little skeptical about how this album would turn out back when they announced it a while ago. The Inevitable and I is amazing and I wasn't sure how they would manage to follow up with something that wouldn't completely fail in comparison. But it seems they've experimented and changed things up a little and I think that's the best thing they could have done to keep their music interesting and fresh

taxidermist
February 14th 2013

7175 Comments


Band's always been awesome. This song fucking rules and their new album better be as good as this.

UnnamedOcean
February 14th 2013

3932 Comments


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tv8cncWSihk

Check out this song by them. Also on the album.

sloppy777
February 14th 2013

22 Comments


This is really good. I'm seeing them live in March with LetLive and Night Verses.

loveisamixtape
February 14th 2013

5784 Comments


wish they wouldn't have changed their name because i read it as "herverd" every time

song is cool tho

redcapediver
February 15th 2013

24 Comments


poop

Schni
February 16th 2013

52 Comments


Pretty cool song, a bit different from last album.



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