|New Norma Jean video|
2013-04-07 by Owen | 59 Replies | 2931 Views
Metalcore outfit Norma Jean have released a lyric video for their song AAH SHARK BITE.
Along with the video, the band released an official statement: "We saw that all the coolest bands are making
lyric videos now, so here ya go. Now you'll know exactly what we're saying!"", "We just want to be part of the
You can watch the video at the following link:
Original video is like 3 months old they just added the lyrics recently. Still awesome though
This touched me in ways only my uncle has.
That was superb
I had just about given up all hope of ever hearing from this band again
Excellent. 11 out of 5.
Digging: My Personal Murderer - Streets of Sheryl
Life changing. If they dont play this live i'll be thoroughly disappointed
Damn, I saw this earlier today, completely forgot about it till just now. Always dug this band, song is awesome
"We saw that all the coolest bands are making lyric videos now, so here ya go. Now you'll know exactly what we're saying!"",
"We just want to be part of the cool bands."
Are they being sarcastic? I can't tell
I liked the song though.
Yes, they are being sarcastic.
newest grindcore song
Digging: Down - NOLA
6 seconds of music history.
Digging: City Lights - The Way Things Should Be
Old news, I thought they were doing this for Shark Week on Discovery but that shit ain't till August! Damn those fuckers are running behind this year.
Digging: Sigur Ros - Ágætis Byrjun
Well animated lyric videos are better than the generic dark/brooding band video.
Digging: Lamb of God - As the Palaces Burn
this is a hilarious burn to other bands
Digging: Waxahatchee - American Weekend
Show me a good lyric video and I'll shit my self, if you give me a Depends first.
Deep lyrics which everyone had to understand.
i exhaled from my nose slightly harder than normal
I like how well the lyrics suited the song name
maybe a bit too long though
Show me a good lyric video and I'll shit my self
The Lyric Videos for Tempest(Deftones) and Fizgig(Chevelle) are cool.
And of course you can't go wrong with AAH SHARK BITE
Digging: Mansions - Doom Loop
Always looking forward to new records of them, even though they're all average. Maybe they will follow The Chariot's path.
Whatever, I'm still not very impressed, gonna go mash some Shark Bites fruit snacks instead.
Not sure what you're expecting. It's basically a visualizer behind a song.
They greatly improved on their last album, I hope they will continue that way
Digging: Bear vs. Shark - Terrorhawk
Im envisioning the other 2 and a half minutes of this song and its fucking awesome.
hahahahahahaha ha! that was suuuuperb.
i was not expecting that
that was awesome though
oh and if nobody else caught it, there's a very brief flash of words at the end of the video that say there will be a new album this year.
That's pretty awesome.
Holy shit I didn't even notice that "new record" blip at the end. Sick.
I thought everyone hated this band
Only jaded elitists who think Botch is the only band that can sound like this hate Norma Jean.
their best album is still o'god the aftermath
Redeemer Norma is best Norma
it's the most generic
Meridional is my fav, followed by Redeemer
If this little clip is anything of a snippet of the new album then I'm excited. Not a lot but a little bit.
Redeemer is nowhere near generic. Definitely their best, although their newest was pretty great too. New Norma Jean is always something to look forward to.
it was a step down to their previous album before it imo
I found that the aftermath's songs were largely indistinguishable from one to the next. There were a couple of standout tracks, but overall each song bared little semblance of uniqueness from the one before it or after. Now, the argument could be made here that it made for some really good flow from beginning to end, but my interest waned near the end of it. Redeemer hits so hard on so many levels. The fact that it still holds some progressive song structures while not totally giving in to a verse-chorus structure; while nearly every song has a good couple points where shit just hits the fan: Opening track's first riff of chaos, "small spark vs. great forest" right after the opening intro, which also proceeds into the outro of the song (FIGHT FAIR!! FIGHT FAIR!!), "The end of all things will be televised" the south is on fire!... i could go on, but I think you get my point, regardless of whether you agree or not.
I'll agree it's got catchy one liners that were a staple of bless the
martyr, kiss the child but it's just not as passionately raw and dark
as aftermath. I loved that album because of how abrasively chaotic
it was while remaining beautifully haunting. redeemer honestly felt
way more straight forward and too stripped down of the elements
that made for the previous musical experience. this of course is
my opinion but it held a lot more of a cohesive theme of anarchy
that was presented by the band in such a brilliantly eerie way.
I can understand that. I just wish I enjoyed it as much as you did at this point. It's definitely still a good album, but the cohesive theme, as you put it, does not distract me from the seemingly repetitive nature of the album. I know full well that the songs are not at all the same, it's just hard to tell them apart, and in this context the theme of the album doesn't save it for me unfortunately.
Back to the point, however. I'd be hard pressed to find ANY norma jean album generic for its time.
well damn because Disconnecktie: The Faithful Vampire is too good
Dilemmachine is my favourite on that album. It sticks out like a sore thumb to me... in a good way.
I was let down by anti-mother but I'm sure a lot of people were
That, andcas, we can agree on.
yes, middle ground achieved!
AHHH!!! SHARK BITE!!! ..eeeAHHHH!!!
it'd be cool if they made a whole album like that grindy clip
Anti-Mother was my introduction to this band. I enjoyed it mostly but Meridional was really good in my opinion.
Anti-mother was probably their weakest album, It has some really strong songs and some really weak ones but overall these guys dont disappoint.
Digging: Wolfheart - Winterborn
Best Norma Jean song in years tbh.
Digging: Mayak and Smile To The Wind - Split EP
I have Redeemer but haven't really given it a chance yet. I've heard it's pretty good. But yeah Anti-Mother was just a different type of sound to me and the first track was pretty sick so I kept listening to them.