|New Akeldama Song|
2013-07-20 by MyDearWormwood | 18 Replies | 1354 Views
Akeldama have released a new song, entitled 'A New Beginning', featuring Keshav Dhar of Skyharbor. The song is the first single from their upcoming album, Everything Beautiful, which has yet to be given an official release date.
Watch the lyric video here:
Cleans are kind of awful and the music is eh. My biggest gripe is some of the early on vocal melodies, didn't flow with the music even a little bit.
Digging: Shreddy Krueger - The Grieving
Digging: A Tribe Called Quest - The Low End Theory
Sets a new standard for whiny cleans. It worked on Motionless, Emotionless but this is absolutely terrible.
Digging: Ronald Jenkees - Disorganized Fun
damn, i liked that
but only because the lyrics apply, theres no quality whatsoever in this song
Digging: What Mad Universe - A Cosmic Chapter With Gaia
I respect what they're trying to do, but acknowledge that it's not necessarily that good.
I'm not sure how I feel about it.
So are they actually named after the album? If so that's hilarious.
Lol If they're half as good as the album they named themselves after, they're pretty good.
Digging: Shade Empire - Omega Arcane
But they aren't
I admire how hard they tried to be creative with the lyrics, they really tried to tell a story.
Gonna give this a couple more listens.
one of the worst bands i've ever heard. there is nothing original or redeemable about their music. and
Zink, their vocalist, is a fucking cunt too so double fuck this band
next core band will be named field of blood
I'm upset I listened to this
yeah didn't like it
Fuck the haters.. Just because it's not a deathcore band doesn't mean they lack talent. I love polyrhythms and super hard riffs, which can be found on their unreleased concept album. These are really good guys and talented musicians...I guess you have to be willing to progress in metal to like them.
I thought the song was alright, but not as good as the songs on their self-titled EP
"Just because it's not a deathcore band doesn't mean they lack talent."
Oh, now that's interesting. Since when the established consensus is that deathcore bands DO have talent?