New Heights Song and Video

2013-02-22 by fish | 5 Comments
British hardcore punk band Heights have posted a brand new song alongside its music video. "Eleven Eyes" will feature on the band's forthcoming second album and features Sam Carter of Architects on vocals.

The band received backlash a few months ago after kicking out their vocalist Thomas Debaere, who featured on their 2011 debut Dead Ends.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2et7JrXv0Z8

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anarchistfish
February 23rd 2013
25610 Comments


Not as bad as Stray Rats, album could be good after all. Video is pretty crap though

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oresttt
February 23rd 2013
1117 Comments


Song is ok, nothing too spectacular though...

BigPleb
February 23rd 2013
49284 Comments


Need Thom back

xist
February 23rd 2013
171 Comments


I find the vocals too high pitched and throat shredding to be palatable. He sounds like he's going through a really painful puberty.

NonApplicable
February 24th 2013
2389 Comments


There is some real hype around this band. I don't get it.



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