New Scar The Martyr song

2013-08-02 by Philip Whitehead | 15 Comments
Supergroup Scar The Martyr have released the first song from their upcoming self-titled debut album. The track, 'Blood Host', is currently streaming via Revolver Magazine. The band has added bassist Kyle Konkiel and keyboardist Joey Blush to its lineup to perform on their upcoming tour with Danzig.

The song can be heard here: http://www.revolvermag.com/news/exclusive-scar-the-martyr-featuring-joey-jordison-of-slipknot-premiere-new-song-blood-host.html

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Fieryfenderz
August 2nd 2013
1882 Comments


The mixing is really weird. Vocals are way too high, drums are really quiet for a band that's getting all its press off of Joey.

Didn't do much for me.

R6Rider
August 2nd 2013
5149 Comments


Vocals kinda ruined it for me.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 2nd 2013
32190 Comments


Fairly average

Also, band name is horrifically generic and cliched

RodTFD
August 3rd 2013
102 Comments


horrible band name, LOVE the song.

henryChinaski
August 3rd 2013
3861 Comments


Bored already.

chug73
August 3rd 2013
2982 Comments


Band name is just so bad. Song brings the junz

Darkwatch025
August 3rd 2013
333 Comments


Still deciding if I like it or not. So far I think the running time is too long and the song is a bit repetitive. I expected more.

tresm87
August 3rd 2013
3808 Comments


gets better at about 4:19 during that breakdown but other than that lack luster

Fieryfenderz
August 3rd 2013
1882 Comments


Verb the noun

LilLioness
August 3rd 2013
2994 Comments


I get the feeling Jed was one of the ones who wanted SYL to get big. Either that or he has reached a point where he is willing to attach himself to something this generic.

DatsNotDaMetulz
August 3rd 2013
3342 Comments


Might just be that he wanted something to do since Zimmers Hole is inactive (what with Byron having 3IoB and Gene being everywhere) and Joey Jordison was first to come knocking. Personally I like this song. Could be better but as the first song written for the project I suspect this was initially written as an embryo for a Slipknot song which would explain why it could end up one of the weaker tracks. After this Joey brought in the other members so I still have high hopes for the album.

reflectingeuphoria
August 3rd 2013
13 Comments


Has quite the late-nineties nu-metal, nothingface-esqe feel. In spite of this, I don't find it repulsive, merely mediocre (which I have a guilty pleasure for). Although the lyrical content is dismal at best. "CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE!"

oskrr1
August 4th 2013
28 Comments


song was not bad, but too repetitive, i think 7 minutes is just too much for this song, but, i'll still take a look at this album when it goes out, seems to be at least better than most shit that comes out nowadays...

pjquinones747
August 4th 2013
1513 Comments


____ the ____ band... Do they sound like their name does?

Digging: Pallbearer - Heartless

Progger6009
August 6th 2013
1144 Comments


Kinda boring sure all the other stuff will be better.



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