Last Chance to Reason Video

2013-06-23 by ctax | 18 Comments
Last Chance to Reason have released a music video for their single 'The Escapist', which is taken from their upcoming album, Level 3.

Set to be released August 6th, the album is currently available for pre-order on their bandcamp, which also includes an immediate download of the featured song.

Pre-order: http://lastchancetoreason.bandcamp.com/

Music Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaP_UkOs7eE&feature=share

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Dromasta
June 23rd 2013
94 Comments


Always liked these guys. Cool song.

Pennywise_M
June 23rd 2013
7457 Comments


What an amazing song, wow.. This made me realize even further that he's a perfect fit for The Contortionist.

Devastator
June 23rd 2013
3200 Comments


Is he officially a member now? Song is sick, he is a incredible vocalist.

Jade
Emeritus
June 23rd 2013
10677 Comments


The band has completely removed the elements that made their last album what it was, and I'm not sure how I feel about that.

MasBarHigeuoris21
June 23rd 2013
1757 Comments


Song was awesome. The song doesn't resemble anything that they have done before but I think this is for the better. New album has the potential so far to be better than Level 2 and Level 2 was pretty damn good

Libertarian
June 23rd 2013
107 Comments


Easily their best work to date.

Nomos
June 23rd 2013
1281 Comments


Amazing. Level 2 is something I still listen to at least once a month. The sound here is totally different but I love it.

dylanjones42
June 23rd 2013
182 Comments


Great song. More hyped to them with Evan Brewer now.

Colliiiin
June 23rd 2013
682 Comments


Not bad, nice to see the band continue to progress, I kinda wish there were some harsh vocals but it's all good.

CutMan
June 23rd 2013
1910 Comments


Frigging amazing. Can't wait.

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
June 23rd 2013
24122 Comments


not bad. nothing special either

FearThyEvil
June 23rd 2013
15092 Comments


I like it a lot.

Cygnatti
June 23rd 2013
31306 Comments


"Similar Bands: Born of Osiris, Between the Buried and Me, The Haarp Machine, Periphery, The Contortionist"

yeah, I think I'll forego this one.

climactic
June 23rd 2013
22238 Comments


this isnt really similar to any of those cept maybe btbam and a little bit contortionist. its a lot closer to something like
dream theater imo (take that how you will haha)

this is dece, for once i don't mind the abundance of clean vocals

bloc
June 24th 2013
40779 Comments


The vocalist is officially the new Contortionist vocalist. Seems like a good fit.

Pretty good song too.

trilogique21
June 24th 2013
974 Comments


you're gonna hate L3 then Omaha. it's mostly prog. only 1 song sounds like L2 and even then that's a stretch

Digging: Artificial Brain - Infrared Horizon

Torii
June 24th 2013
826 Comments


^ source?

pesbiros
June 25th 2013
546 Comments


andcas come jam abominations of desolation with me http://plug.dj/teeth-of-truth



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