New Trophy Scars Song

2013-05-09 by Aaron Lindsay | 29 Comments
New Jersey's most eclectic post-hardcore band Trophy Scars have released a new song
entitled 'Qeres'. It holds the distinguished position of second track from their upcoming
full-length record Holy Vacants, the band's first full-length since 2009 saw the
release of Bad Luck. The album follows their critically-acclaimed EP Never Born,
Never Dead
, and is due for release in the near future.

You can stream the song via the link link below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aesMHbaFOaA

Tagged: Trophy Scars

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Winrar
May 9th 2013
1721 Comments


yey

Gyromania
May 9th 2013
21539 Comments


heard this earlier and it rules

Tyrael
May 9th 2013
21008 Comments


sweet

RangerTaffles
May 9th 2013
297 Comments


rules hard even if unmastered

Dolving999
May 9th 2013
1762 Comments


Gearing up to be a perfect 5.

Aspenshadow
May 9th 2013
345 Comments


holy shit I'm excited

DurzoBlint
May 9th 2013
1269 Comments


Yeaaaaa budddyyy

DirEnRefused
May 9th 2013
3339 Comments


Everything they've released since 2010 has been perfection.

clercqie
May 9th 2013
6519 Comments


Damn, I need this so bad.

GhettoHmbrglr
May 9th 2013
919 Comments


holy vacants I'm excited

ZilbelPing
May 9th 2013
6259 Comments


Groovy

AOTY no question

londoncalling457
May 9th 2013
2710 Comments


hell yes

atavisticguilt
May 9th 2013
139 Comments


On a scale of 5 to Aoty I feel it falls somewhere in between.

TheSpirit
Contributing Reviewer
May 9th 2013
21424 Comments


nice

Digging: Push Over - Demo

Thane
May 9th 2013
2269 Comments


damn i'm definitely pre-ordering this record

darkbunny
May 9th 2013
142 Comments


Was all excited about new DEP and thinking maybe it has AOTY potential.

Well, in any other year that would be true, but I totally forgot about new Trophy Scars. This is gonna crush everything for me this year, I can feel it. And this song is incredible.

ABjordanMM
May 9th 2013
1645 Comments


cool. sounds good.

anarchistfish
May 9th 2013
25570 Comments


Decent, although I prefer that slow bluesy feel like on NBND rather than the more rock orientated sound.

ABjordanMM
May 9th 2013
1645 Comments


I bet this album will mix both those sounds.

anarchistfish
May 9th 2013
25570 Comments


Probably

Tesla
May 9th 2013
233 Comments


Trophy Scars never fails to impress

ILJ
May 9th 2013
6899 Comments


song rules of course

ReAnimator
May 9th 2013
356 Comments


I need to get into these guys, they've been on my watch list for too long

Scoot
May 9th 2013
18621 Comments


queers?

CoreyGraham
May 9th 2013
7 Comments


that last minute though... holy shit

Phideaux
May 9th 2013
1659 Comments


Fuck this is awesome.

Gyromania
May 9th 2013
21539 Comments


gay

VacantTool
June 12th 2013
158 Comments


This record is taking forever to come out. Can someone sign em' already and promote the crap out of this amazing band!

Gyromania
September 4th 2013
21539 Comments


soty for me



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