New Enter Shikari song
2013-06-10 by Owen | 34 Comments
British post-hardcore band Enter Shikari have released a new song, apparently "just for the hell of it". The video for this new song will be released later today.

The song, entitled 'Radiate' can be streamed at the following link:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hiAOgtmXus
Tagged: Enter Shikari

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Scoot
June 10th 2013
17754 Comments


lol

Scoot
June 10th 2013
17754 Comments


who honestly still cares about this band

Spec
June 10th 2013
27172 Comments


And now the flood gates will open.

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
June 10th 2013
21965 Comments


ok song

AnEpicDeath
June 10th 2013
189 Comments


I don't mind that bands like Attack Attack!, Enter Shikari, and the like exist, but it annoys me every time they're put in my presence. Just go away please.

TheMoreira
June 10th 2013
7177 Comments


Decent stuff!

DirEnRefused
June 10th 2013
2176 Comments


they really shouldn't put the lyrics on the screen like that, highlights the fact they're lame as fuck.

would've probably friggin' loved this when i was 15 though.

samyeaboy
June 10th 2013
5 Comments


Though the verse thing is lame, the chorus is pretty friggen catchy. And did somebody compare shikari to Attack Attack? Thats pretty ridiculous. Apart from the fact they use synth and guitars there is barely a resemblance.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
June 10th 2013
31173 Comments


Horrible band

Digging: LV and Joshua Idehen - Islands

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
June 10th 2013
21965 Comments


I saw someone on facebook comparing the synths on this to skrillex.

YakNips
June 10th 2013
10919 Comments


Not bad, but dragged on too long

Digging: Yung Lean - Unknown Memory

Spec
June 11th 2013
27172 Comments


I can't watch it anyways. Says its private.

joshieboy12345
June 11th 2013
5370 Comments


Sorry, that video is private. Rightio then.

ThomasTheCure
June 11th 2013
286 Comments


working link = http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLeg_5ljVcA


the song's kickass, but it definitely goes on for too long.

CatfishSoup
June 11th 2013
179 Comments


Pretty cool, I love these guys.


Storm In A Teacup
June 11th 2013
12781 Comments


Good band. They're the European electronic hipster version of BoySetsFire

Rowan5215
June 11th 2013
26538 Comments


Band gets way too much hate and are solid. Song was good but yeah got a bit too repetitive towards the end, still looking forward to some new stuff.

Digging: Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago

Storm In A Teacup
June 11th 2013
12781 Comments


You know they'd have voted for Ron Paul if they were American I'm sure that's an easy guess

Dolving999
June 11th 2013
1634 Comments


"Good band. They're the European electronic hipster version of BoySetsFire"

Pretty much my opinion. Slightly above average, the teenager me would have liked this better.

Owantjaaaa
June 11th 2013
3244 Comments


I like these guys, but this song repeats itself too much imo
comparing enter shikari to bands like attack attack is idiotic, these guys actually have a message in their music

Digging: 68 - In Humor and Sadness

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
June 11th 2013
21965 Comments


idk who BoySetsFire are

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
June 11th 2013
21965 Comments



I don't mind that bands like Attack Attack!, Enter Shikari, and the like exist, but it annoys me every
time they're put in my presence. Just go away please.

Didn't know computers had auto-clicking functions now

Storm In A Teacup
June 11th 2013
12781 Comments


Bsf legendary American political hardcore band that evolved to pxc over time

Storm In A Teacup
June 11th 2013
12781 Comments


Whose new album came out today actually!

DirEnRefused
June 11th 2013
2176 Comments


these guys actually have a message in their music

Lol no, they don't.

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
June 11th 2013
21965 Comments


Yeah they do.

DirEnRefused
June 11th 2013
2176 Comments


Maybe if you're fourteen and vacuous generic statements make you feel political.

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
June 11th 2013
21965 Comments


It's a message whether it's shit or not.

DirEnRefused
June 11th 2013
2176 Comments


Sorry, should've guessed you were being pedantic.

Joe0094
June 11th 2013
6 Comments


Not a fan of how they superimposed the lyrics over the video.
Decent song but I preferred The Paddington Frisk.

JohnDillinger
November 16th 2013
49 Comments


Sputniks negativity against this band is something I don't get. Sure the first two albums were slightly above average trancecore releases but the last album was a huge step in the scene... and this song is just kickass

Dunpeal
November 16th 2013
3665 Comments


so trancecore is a real thing now?

Owantjaaaa
November 16th 2013
3244 Comments


Yeah back in 2003
They don't even use trance anymore

Storm In A Teacup
November 16th 2013
12781 Comments


Enter Shikari should go in the HoF



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