|No Consequence new song/video|
2013-03-01 by Jo | 12 Replies | 1000 Views
UK progressive metalcore act No Consequence have released another new song (and video) entitled 'Coerce: Conform' via metalhammer.co.uk.
The track is taken from their upcoming studio album IO, set to be released in spring through Basick Records.
1. So Close To Nowhere
2. Name Your Price
3. All That's Left
4. Enemy Of Logic
6. Bury The Debt
8. Illusion Of Choice
9. Coerce: Conform
10. What Is Dead May Never Die
This is pretty awesome. Stoked for the new album.
meh. clones of clones of clones of....
Good song but I don't know if I could stand a whole album of this.
Also, they don't sound generic what are you talking about?
Digging: Lamb of God - As the Palaces Burn
Just started listening to In The Shadow of Gods and it's pretty good so far. I'll pick this up for sure
tight tight tight
Sounds pretty good but damn I didn't know they only had one vocalist now
Digging: Thank You Scientist - Maps of Non-Existent Places
Far from spectacular... Pretty darn skillful guitar player. That seems to be about it, but the guitar tone is pure djent rip-off and everything else reeks like overused metalcore.
Not sure what "overused metalcore" bands people are referring to. The number of influences on display here really make them feel fresh IMO.
The closest comparison I can think of is... The Safety Fire
They kind of sound like The Arusha Accord (think I saw that comparison in a rev) but I hardly think they are generic.
The amount of influences? You mean the djentcore? That's about all I can think of!
You're a friggen moron. Even "djentcore" has it's influences. The song was very dynamic and there was an interesting mix of styles in there.
Stick to arts and crafts. You're too young to be an angry internet troll.
RIP no Consequence