|New Hacktivist song|
2013-04-02 by Philip Whitehead | 33 Replies | 1656 Views
UK djent/grime mashers Hacktivist have released a new single from their upcoming debut album. The song, "Elevate", debuted on Daniel P Carter's Rock Show and is now available as a free download.
Music video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFUizeNi7SI
Download the track here: http://www.musicglue.com/hacktivist/
what do i even say to this?
I think I may have liked this, although I have every reason not to.
Digging: City Of Ifa - Self Titled
they're kinda cool but they have absolutely zero diversity as it pertains to progression and versatility
Digging: Hammock - Oblivion Hymns
Why does this exist
Digging: Shreddy Krueger - The Grieving
"I think I may have liked this, although I have every reason not to."
couldnt have said it better myself
Digging: Jay-Z and Kanye West - Watch the Throne
super dug the EP. I dig this as well.
I liked the instrumentation but the rappers are clearly the weakest link in the band. They seem like such amateurs.
Digging: Lamb of God - As the Palaces Burn
Limp Bizkit, just with trendier guitar playing and less vulgarities.
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Digging: Warning - Watching from a Distance
the white guy should rap more...hes way better lol
Meshuggah rip off meets mediocre rapcore, what a recipe for success lol.
I actually like these guys. White guy sounds like Rou from Enter Shikari. Who'm they obviously have taken some pointers from. Agreed though, white guy should rap more, and one of those dudes should learn to scream. THEN they would be a force to be reckoned with.
The EP was decent, but the band really needs more diversity.
The vocals in this are almost aggressively bad.
looks like they're playing in one of the band's kitchen
I actually like these guys. White guy sounds like Rou from Enter Shikari. Who'm they obviously have taken some
pointers from. Agreed though, white guy should rap more, and one of those dudes should learn to scream. THEN they would
be a force to be reckoned with.
guess which band is the support act for the current enter shikari tour
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I like rap and hip-hop, and quite enjoy djent so I've grown quite a little disheartened by not being able to like these guys at all.
Nu-Metal is back. Also seeing as he's a Brit, the lyrics are horrible.
I recall this band as shitty Uk rappers over top of shitty "djent" riffs, so I think I'll pass.
Those 2 rappers are so average. The instrumentation is unnoriginal and insipid, far worse than big part of the djent acts
This band is every bit as mediocre to slightly below mediocre as the posts in this thread suggest.
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May be going too fast into a full album, should've taken some time to digest the feedback from the EP (positive and negative) and really worked to develop the sound they're working on cos if they can get it right this can be a great band. Though I did love the EP I see where people come from that don't like it.
This djent-hop is crap
Digging: Thank You Scientist - Maps of Non-Existent Places
someone thought to themselves, "wow the only way I can make this djent song better is to pay some chavs to rap over it"
Digging: Supercell - ZIGAEXPERIENTIA
kind of a guilty pleasure :]
Digging: Current 93 - All the Pretty Little Horses
"they're kinda cool but they have absolutely zero diversity as it pertains to progression and versatility"
Very true. Their first song seemed so interesting and full of promise. One EP later and it's gone. I can't believe I'm saying this, but they should mix some Issues hip-hop junk or whatever it is that Enter Shikari does in there to add some catchiness, heaviness, and changes in tempo. It would be even more of a guilty pleasure.
THEN they would be a force to be reckoned with.
Ah new hacktivist, think I'll move along now...
so who was doing the cleans? they showed everyone in the band during the cleans and no ones mouth was moving. rappers just stood there tryin to look hard
Digging: Less Than Jake - See The Light
how do people like this shit?
Digging: Down - NOLA
Timfy does the cleans.
Digging: Insomnium - Since the Day It All Came Down