Killswitch Engage Post Video
2013-02-27 by Hunter Carter | 48 Comments

Modern metalcore outfit Killswitch Engage has just released their music video for the most recent single, "In Due Time" through The Rolling Stone website. This is the first since the rejoining of vocalist Jesse Leach.

'Disarm the Decent' is set for April 2nd release.

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/videos/killswitch-engage-strike-a-balance-in-due-time-premiere-20130227

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dathvada321
February 27th 2013

1429 Comments


apparently the album leaked already

JeetJeet
February 27th 2013

720 Comments


have you heard it? if so...is it worth downloading?

dathvada321
February 27th 2013

1429 Comments


nah i havent heard it yet. cant download from my school because they will shut down my internet, and i couldnt find it on youtube

DotEight
February 27th 2013

5493 Comments


Yeah not the same without Howard. Band is ruined for me.

TheMoreira
February 27th 2013

7175 Comments


The video is blocked for Portugal. lol

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Curse.
Contributing Reviewer
February 27th 2013

7983 Comments


I don't think it has leaked

demigod!
February 27th 2013

44152 Comments


queefswitch

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Devastator
February 27th 2013

2482 Comments


Chorus was pretty catchy.

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
February 27th 2013

1987 Comments


I loved Howard, and thought he was better than Jesse up until Times of Grace. That (and this) really show that Jesse has become the better of the two.

DatsNotDaMetulz
February 27th 2013

1748 Comments


Not available in my country.

Fluttertrank
February 27th 2013

17098 Comments


just the opposite. band is back in a better way now. it ruled. [2]

yeah wtf.

also beardswitch engage.

KjSwantko
February 27th 2013

9277 Comments


Not bad. I like the fact that the solo was a bit more 80s-styled and had some melody; a nice change.

RevenantBlue
February 27th 2013

136 Comments


Not that I care about the band all that much, but it's Disarm the Descent*

Nikkolae
February 27th 2013

4838 Comments


its on youtube for those who wanna listen to it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsXi4C1KkrE

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Curse.
Contributing Reviewer
February 27th 2013

7983 Comments


Song rules, band rules, 12 year old me is so happy

jmh886
February 27th 2013

821 Comments


dude jesse sounds fantastic. He killed it live last month. Fuck the haters. Im excited for this.

Durrzo
February 27th 2013

1100 Comments


I will always prefer Jesse, nothing against Howard though.

NickGrouwen
February 27th 2013

80 Comments


*flushes toilet*

CaptainHadouken
February 27th 2013

1960 Comments


Jesse was more suited for me than howard. I like howard as a vocalist, but i think the band will better with Jesse now back.

demigod!
February 27th 2013

44152 Comments


Howard has a great voice. he'd do well in a heavy metal band as long as he didnt' core it up too hard.

CaptainHadouken
February 27th 2013

1960 Comments


This is true. His stuff with BHBS was decent from what i remember.

ButtsweatAndTears
February 27th 2013

340 Comments


Really liked the track....
Catchy ass chorus

Sirob
February 27th 2013

2653 Comments


modern metalcore

joshieboy12345
February 27th 2013

5370 Comments


I like both vocalists equally. Song is decent. Album will be a 3/5.

NapalmCrusader
February 27th 2013

1737 Comments


Song was pretty decent

Makemebad35
February 27th 2013

747 Comments


*Yeah not the same without Howard. Band is ruined for me.*

Because there's such an incredibly huge different between the two.

snerefedsav
February 27th 2013

823 Comments


not bad. i like howard as a vocalist but the band just got worse and worse when he was in it. seems like they're stepping their game up again

paxman
February 27th 2013

4084 Comments


I guess I'm the only one who couldn't stand Howard's over-the-top vocals.




TheKeywork
February 27th 2013

19 Comments


Still a huge Howard fan, always will be. Hopefully this will be the album that convinces me otherwise. Track ruled though, stoked for the album.

XingKing
February 28th 2013

10456 Comments


You can hardly even tell the difference between the two vocalists. The band sounds exactly the same with either one

Fluttertrank
February 28th 2013

17098 Comments


yeah though they kind of have some difference, they pretty do the same thing, cleans and harsh. with very similar styles.

BigPleb
February 28th 2013

36033 Comments


Decent track, Leach's harsh vocals remind me of Sam Carter's at times...

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osmark86
February 28th 2013

3938 Comments


not by any stretch are they original, but their sound is still great. if you take them for what they are, a pretty basic metal band, they're a ton of fun to listen to and play along to.

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jmh886
February 28th 2013

821 Comments


Well considering Killswitch was one of the first of the group of metalcore bands in the late nineties to get popular I would say they are pretty original. Just because 5000 other bands sound the same these days doesn't make them unoriginal.

KSK1
February 28th 2013

4081 Comments


Just as mediocre as the other songs they released.

osmark86
February 28th 2013

3938 Comments


fair point, I meant that comment from today's point of view. they definitely shaped the modern metalcore sound.

FadedSun
February 28th 2013

1259 Comments


Lyrics are so hardcore "Shadows will give way to light"

Duckman118
February 28th 2013

301 Comments


I think XingKing is fucking tone deaf. Such a huge difference in sound, although, the same song formula.

Gmork89
February 28th 2013

5510 Comments


"they certainly seem to have a little pep in their step once again."

I'm sensing that too, looking forward to hearing the final product.

atokad432
February 28th 2013

105 Comments


raowckque on

DotEight
February 28th 2013

5493 Comments


"yeah wtf."

First album I got into by KSE was Heartache, not their self-titled.

Hence why I'll always prefer Howard.

AdolfChrist
February 28th 2013

1741 Comments


im gettin generic in april with this and new heaven shall burn. nostalgic jamz

seanisonfire
March 1st 2013

20 Comments


Jesse is a hamburger, and Howard is a steak.. When you've had steak you don't want to go back to hamburgers..

AdolfChrist
March 1st 2013

1741 Comments


terrible analogy.

TrantaLocked
March 2nd 2013

1512 Comments


I love the video!

New interview:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=3j742nDvGtU

TrantaLocked
March 11th 2013

1512 Comments


Howard Jones has a new band:
http://www.noisecreep.com/2013/03/11/howard-jones-francesco-artusato/

joshieboy12345
March 13th 2013

5370 Comments


Chorus is awesome. His cleans are solid, but not that much into his screams.

CaptainHadouken
March 14th 2013

1960 Comments


preferred Jesse anyways. Howard is a great singer, i just think jesse is better suited. I kinda like the new song, wasn't too shabby.



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