New Kylesa Song
2013-04-11 by Alex Newton | 16 Comments
Sludge metal band Kylesa are streaming a new song, titled "Vulture's Landing", from their upcoming album. Ultraviolet is set for release on May 28th through Season of Mist.

The album will be promoted by a headlining tour featuring Blood Ceremony, White Hills, and Lazer/Wulf. The tour poster is also on the streaming page at CVLT Nation.

http://www.cvltnation.com/kylesa-vultures-landing/
Tagged: Kylesa

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halloway
April 11th 2013
684 Comments


omgomgomg

MrElmo
April 11th 2013
1955 Comments


This is almost on time for once, also there's a third track named quicksand that's been on youtube for a while. Album is shaping up to be superb imo

MeatSalad
April 11th 2013
15089 Comments


Hoping this album fucking rules and doesnt sound poppy as fuck like every other big sludge band now

Digging: Hey Rosetta! - Into Your Lungs (And Around in Your Heart and on

NonApplicable
April 11th 2013
2012 Comments


Song is radical dude

Days of Future Passed
April 11th 2013
475 Comments


Song rules

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tacos N stuff
April 11th 2013
401 Comments


great stuff as usual =]

Digging: IDYLLS - Prayer for Terrene

frogenhauser
April 11th 2013
36 Comments


I love Kylesa but that's just a pop song with reverb. Desperately holding out hope it's an aberration.

InbredJed
April 12th 2013
6106 Comments


Aberration Imminent!

LilLioness
April 12th 2013
2727 Comments


waaaaaaah! Me no like poppy sludge!

MrElmo
April 12th 2013
1955 Comments


I'm loving this track and laura's vocals, tired of the whole "let's be the heaviest!" f**kfest.

MeatSalad
April 12th 2013
15089 Comments


You prefer the "lets be the poppiest" fuckfest? Get it together, honky.

ViralOblivion
April 12th 2013
7679 Comments


It was good nothing more

MrElmo
April 12th 2013
1955 Comments


Neither but I definitly can't see why a band that made time will fuse it's worth and static tensions should necessarily keep on with such a formula and not make a lighter more moody record if it's done well (don't get me wrong, I do love both Time and static), plus it's a real exageration to call this a pop track and with unspoken it's easy to see that there will also be sludgy tracks. I would definitly welcome a record with balance, more of laura's vocals (wich will be the case) and more atmospherics.

Dunpeal
April 12th 2013
3801 Comments


no gracias

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eathblms
April 12th 2013
39 Comments


I didn't love it but its good enough to have me interested in the new album

NonApplicable
April 15th 2013
2012 Comments


Not really impressed. Kylesa are usually better.



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