Yay, it went through!
Don't they have like 10 other songs that sound exactly like that?
you're all mad jelly
Digging: Snooze - Actually, Extremely
no im peanut butter and jelly
it'd be alright if they made a whole album like the first song on Stomp the Phantom whatever.
Yeah a whole album like Diary would be brilliant as long as they could keep the quality consistent. This sounds alright though.
ya man, I think consistency has been a huge problem for this band. A consistent album like that song would be a tall order, but pretty good if it happened.
That's true, they usually have at least two fantastic songs on each album and then loads of mediocre ones, but we can hope for a consistent album one day.
band sucks 
who even wants to listen to an AVA demo I mean really
Digging: Shun Tanabe - Shun Tanabe
^ AvA Fans
Wayne Gretzky Dekes Limo
Song is boring.
This wasn't nearly long enough to get excited about :/
Call To Arms is actually fucking nice...the rest is shit...
Didn't these guys break up after their last album? I was under the impression that was free as a sort of going away present.
Hm, I didn't even know Love pt. 2 even existed. Never cared for this band.
Sounds like songs from the LOVE albums. Not that the demo is bad, but the LOVE albums had the same guitar and vocal melodies in order to make the songs feel more connected since it was one big project, you know? The demo doesn't suck, it just sounds like what we've already heard so much of from the past 2 albums.
It's repetitive, but I have hope still.
Sounds like a BCR riff with a progressive touch. Sidenote: I feel as if people don't give AvA any chances whatsoever.
i'll just wait for the entire album.
@Degausser, yeah they don't deserve all the hate all their albums are a 3 or higher
Digging: Max Richter - Three Worlds: Music from Woolf Works
"Don't they have like 10 other songs that sound exactly like that?"
No, they have several albums sounding exactly like that
All I can think of when I think of AvA is "Beautiful intros... then every song sounds basically the same."