New Counterparts Song

2013-06-12 by Robert Lowe STAFF | 35 Comments
Counterparts have released the first song from their upcoming album The Difference Between Hell And Home, which is due for release on July 23rd. The song, entitled 'Wither', sounds like a mix of the band's first two records, with melody and structure similar to The Current Will Carry Us, and a breakdown that hearkens back to Prophets.

'Wither' can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=os7fk5DAupg

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Trebor.
Staff Reviewer
June 12th 2013
55228 Comments


yeah

Digging: Counterparts - You're Not You Anymore

oresttt
June 12th 2013
1134 Comments


Did not really dig the breakdown. Other than that, great song. Stoked!

Trebor.
Staff Reviewer
June 12th 2013
55228 Comments


It seemed kind of forced yeah

InFiction
June 12th 2013
3838 Comments


Not bad. I really hope this album is good. Prophets was a great slab of well-executed metalcore and The Current Will Carry Us was amazing on a completely personal level.

DanielNightLewis
June 12th 2013
1028 Comments


These guys are ok but this sounds like a less coherent version of a Taken song.

pmmets07
June 12th 2013
5984 Comments


oh shit this is good. sounds like some prophets stuff

ChuckyTruant
June 12th 2013
15763 Comments


Sweet

iamSeraph
June 12th 2013
905 Comments


amazing.

joshieboy12345
June 12th 2013
5393 Comments


Pretty good.

titlefightmeirl
June 12th 2013
659 Comments


I fucking love this. A lot. And the production is really nice.

Hopelust
June 12th 2013
2709 Comments


Is it just me or is the link busted due to copyright issues?

titlefightmeirl
June 12th 2013
659 Comments


^ It must of just happened, the link worked fine for me about 20 mins ago

Hopelust
June 12th 2013
2709 Comments


http://www.theprp.com/2013/06/11/news/counterparts-streaming-new-track-wither/

This works.

Sounds pretty decent; some good guitar work. I'll totally agree that the breakdown is unneeded tho. Also, on this link,
the band that follows counterparts seems to tear shit up pretty good.

TheMetalLifer
June 12th 2013
52 Comments


Sweet song definitely got me hyped since it sounded like Prophets again, can't wait for this album

houseswediein
June 12th 2013
36 Comments


not feeling the production tbh. good song nonetheless

AtomicShane
June 12th 2013
2118 Comments


fuck to the yus. sounds awesome

JackV
June 12th 2013
13 Comments


Can't really tell much from listening to this one track. Gots to get it and listen to it properly. Love this band though

Colliiiin
June 12th 2013
683 Comments


Mehhhhhhhhh I feel like these guys could do a lot better

henryChinaski
June 12th 2013
3861 Comments


Solid.

Spec
June 12th 2013
34740 Comments


Link doesn't work anymore, at least for me.

can also be found here http://www.theprp.com/2013/06/11/news/counterparts-streaming-new-track-wither/

Trebor.
Staff Reviewer
June 12th 2013
55228 Comments


The Orchard Music had it taken down, whoever that is
Even though it was uploaded by their own label, wtf

Spec
June 12th 2013
34740 Comments


Song is okay. The breakdown is totally forced though, doesn't flow like the songs on Prophets.

Spec
June 12th 2013
34740 Comments


Will probably be a more chill song on the album, i'm sure there's better to come.

loveisamixtape
June 12th 2013
7347 Comments


this song has been done for a while. i remember seeing a video of them playing it live a few months ago

it rules

Apollo
June 12th 2013
10670 Comments


Where's a good place to start with this band Spec?

skoopy48
June 12th 2013
1869 Comments


I dont like the breakdown

flabbywhale
June 12th 2013
103 Comments


deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeecent

silentstar
June 12th 2013
2496 Comments


@Apollo, seeing as they only have two albums, I might as well show you a song from both and you can decide for your own. Prophets has more of a metalcore, Misery Signal-ish sound while The Current is more melodic hardcore oriented.

Prophets: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGw8A7Zg4kE

The Current: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJEyEdvGQGA

sound aside, The Current has lyrics that are extremely introspective, so if you're into that, definitely check the album out

pepster50
June 12th 2013
404 Comments


love the new song !!! hope the album is great ! One of my favorite bands

Matte
June 12th 2013
600 Comments


I really dig it. Album should be solid.

twlichty
June 15th 2013
3669 Comments


Apollo- Start with the Counterparts/Exalt Split EP... the two songs the have on there are the best songs they have by far

loveisamixtape
June 15th 2013
7347 Comments


^^^^^ truth

twlichty has been reppin the split for as long as i can remember

loveisamixtape
June 25th 2013
7347 Comments


they posted a minute clip of a new song/video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brr0TchkxSs

pmmets07
June 25th 2013
5984 Comments


i'm honestly so stoked for the new album. sounding great so far.

titlefightmeirl
June 26th 2013
659 Comments


fuck yeah, sounds awesome



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