Glamour Of The Kill new song

2013-07-17 by LPTheory | 5 Comments
English metalcore band Glamour Of The Kill have released a new song, entitled 'Break', which
features a guest appearance by Michael Vampire. The song is taken from their second album,
Savages, which is set to be released September 23rd.

You can check the song here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4fJ1LYs2mg

Tagged: Glamour of the Kill

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OverSlyZed
July 17th 2013
137 Comments


Well...this is shit...

Joe0094
July 17th 2013
6 Comments


Markedly better than their previous efforts but that's really not saying much.


sspedding
July 17th 2013
4834 Comments


horrible

Digging: Dance Gavin Dance - Instant Gratification

MegaJake1024
July 18th 2013
791 Comments


not horrible

Digging: August Burns Red - Constellations

pjquinones747
July 18th 2013
767 Comments


GotK has catchy stuff but fuck Michael Vampire



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