New Heights Song and Video
2013-02-22 by fish CONTRIBUTOR | 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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fish.
Contributing Reviewer
February 23rd 2013
22167 Comments


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

oresttt
February 23rd 2013
1027 Comments


Song is ok, nothing too spectacular though...

BigPleb
February 23rd 2013
39171 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
2020 Comments


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



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