bad video for good track
two videos for the two best songs. nice
Great song, meh video.
it reminds me of the bulletproof love video
maybe they're doing a series
I saw this comment on reddit and I suppose it sheds some light in regards to why the video didn't follow through with a serious tone.
"I am eternally grateful that they didn't capitalize on suicide. No one wants to see their loved one who killed them self portrayed by an actress."
either way, this track is killer. the ending is probably the best part on the album
Dull video, song is ok
Song is one of the best on the album (which was great), video was boring.
Favorite song off the album.
Digging: Midnight Faces - Heavenly Bodies
Good song & album but Selfish Machines was better.
Digging: $uicideboy$ and Getter - Radical $uicide
a match into water should have been the next single but this song rules too
^^^ I hated selfish machines and loved this. I don't understand why selfish machines was popular.
because it was poppy as fuck
The whole album kicks ass, but this song is one of my favs. The ending itself is worth the price of the album.
Overall feelings of teh video: pretty neet
I can't stand them or their whiny-ass vocalist. I can't believe a place like Sputnik loves this crap.
wtf is with the video.
'don't be jelly because you can't sing your ass off'
NEW PTV ARRHHHGGH OMGOMGOGMOMGOMG
if the instrumentals werent so good on this record at least I'd hate this band strictly because of that vocalist.
I don't care at all for Vic. The instrumental work is awesome, tho.
Best song on the album, had this stuck in my head forever was pissed they didn't play it at warped last summer
+1 to andcas -1 to everyone chirping Vic.. BEAST not only on record but live as well.. not many vocalists can consistently hit those high notes
and yes the instruments are awesome and just keep getting better with every album.. sorry for the triple post lol
^ ok bro
Alright song, crappy vid.
His vocals are subjective but I think they are awesome. Saw them live and they put on a great show. Instrumentals rock too. Virtually all their releases are solid, but their last two kick ass.