New Born Of Osiris Lyric Video
2013-08-07 by Kyyzen | 87 Comments

Born of Osiris have recently released a new lyric video for their song, 'Divergency'.

You can check the video out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5k-DsrsmaGE

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Nocturnal
August 7th 2013

1329 Comments


Really like this song.

Albums gonna be sick.

Durrzo
August 7th 2013

1080 Comments


Album will be a big step down from The Discovery.

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JakeStallion
August 7th 2013

398 Comments


Song was pretty cool. The breakdown at the end was sweet.
I really liked The Discovery but I feel like this album is album is gonna fall flat of reaching the
same level as it.

wacknizzle
August 7th 2013

12639 Comments


Sounds exactly like the first song they released. Mostly one long djent breakdown overloaded with spacey digital keyboards. Sounds like Joey Sturgis production too ugh.

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chug73
August 7th 2013

907 Comments


Gaaaaaaaaaaaay
Nizzle you are dead on with your comment. Very Sturgis sounding.

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Mabbitt
August 7th 2013

1328 Comments


Why do the riffs sound so djenty? :|

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Sharpside
August 7th 2013

61 Comments


You know, I really like this band, but these new songs they're releasing are just so... meh. That breakdown at the end made me cringe with that dubstep in the background. I fear the worst.

SlMBOLlC
August 7th 2013

4833 Comments


Still more interesting than meshuggah at least

SlMBOLlC
August 7th 2013

4833 Comments


i mean sure there is the djents but at least they change it up and have synth instead of same riff for half the song

crowing51
August 7th 2013

3446 Comments


Song sucked just like machine. Too long for no reason. Repetitive as fuck. And it had dubstep....fuck.

crowing51
August 7th 2013

3446 Comments


I can see now this album won't be anywhere as good as the discovery.

NonApplicable
August 7th 2013

1930 Comments


Album Prediction: 3/5

That being said, I really liked the song. They certainly have a cool sound, but ever since they lost
their guitarist it doesn't seem like their songwriting is as strong.

InFiction
August 7th 2013

3639 Comments


Not too bad, hope it's one of the weaker tracks.

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CakeWithCream
August 7th 2013

1021 Comments


Jason Richardson took frets 1-24 with him

mindleviticus
August 7th 2013

8171 Comments


sounds like djent 1/5 automatically

are we 4 years old? seriously...

KILL
August 7th 2013

70621 Comments


we are manly men

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SlMBOLlC
August 7th 2013

4833 Comments


djent in general is gay but discovery was interesting and different so hopes up

KILL
August 7th 2013

70621 Comments


interesting in its queerness yes, ah.

SlMBOLlC
August 7th 2013

4833 Comments


you rated DEI a 4.5 i though you hated repetitive juns they have like 3 frets in that album

KILL
August 7th 2013

70621 Comments


hm clearly you havent listened to it all those jazzy passages and leads of life sorry dude metal card revoked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Devastator
August 7th 2013

2453 Comments


This album is being produced by Sturgis lol. This is gonna be no where near The Discovery.

SlMBOLlC
August 7th 2013

4833 Comments


well look at first 2 mins of soul burn getting the same chugs riff going the whole time.

And i dont consider jazz influenced drumming and moar E chugs to be legit jazz passages like in that
same song and if you think they are then sorry jazz card revoked miles hates you!

And I obviously was making a generalised statement and dont touch my metal card you slurry fight me
irl

FearThyEvil
August 7th 2013

12286 Comments


Still more interesting than meshuggah at least

Jump off a cliff

SlMBOLlC
August 7th 2013

4833 Comments


wow fear thanks my opinion has changed

ITsHxCTOASTER
August 7th 2013

2476 Comments


this sucks

ChuckyTruant
August 7th 2013

15707 Comments


I know everyone says that Jason leaving made their writing worse but Jason wrote like less than 2 songs for The Discovery. Now I haven't listened to this one yet but Machine was okay. Lee is just out of ideas I think. And BoO has never been more interesting than Meshuggah

LOFUCKINGL

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Gnominator
August 7th 2013

41 Comments


CHUMP VOCALS... "YAAAAAHH YEEEEEEEEHH WAH WAH WAH", shut the fuck up.

SlMBOLlC
August 7th 2013

4833 Comments


"And BoO has never been more interesting than Meshuggah"

I like that no one back up their opinion with reason why!

ChuckyTruant
August 7th 2013

15707 Comments


You obviously have never listened to Meshuggah.

SlMBOLlC
August 7th 2013

4833 Comments


"You obviously have never listened to Meshuggah."

translates to

"I can't back up my opinion"

ChuckyTruant
August 7th 2013

15707 Comments


"Still more interesting than meshuggah at least"

Translates to:

"I've never fucking ever listened to Meshuggah, I don't know how to metal and I touch myself at night while I cry"

Come on man I can play this game all day.

SlMBOLlC
August 8th 2013

4833 Comments


"I've never fucking ever listened to Meshuggah, I don't know how to metal and I touch myself at night while I cry"

translates to

"I'm angry that someone has a different opinion to me therefore they must know nothing and i'll insult them cause I STILL CANT BACK UP MY OPINION"

ChuckyTruant
August 8th 2013

15707 Comments


How about you tell why you dislike Meshuggah first. You are in the minority after all.

SlMBOLlC
August 8th 2013

4833 Comments


I'm not the one insulting people like an angsty 12 year old

and im also not the one making an argument out of it you are

and

"How about you tell why you dislike Meshuggah first. You are in the minority after all"

lol talks crap then tries to back out wow dude


cagedescending
August 8th 2013

4124 Comments


Shug are better because Jens is more appreciative of juice

SlMBOLlC
August 8th 2013

4833 Comments


i dont get it but i guess its a start on the road to a cohesive argument

ChuckyTruant
August 8th 2013

15707 Comments


You're the one being a child here.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meshuggah

Do some reading.

Now Meshuggah has circling tripping time signatures the way they play, even with simple time is genius. Back in the day the had the fusion thing going which is lovely and if you ever listen to any of Fredriks leads or solos you should be impressed. He's a musical genius. They complex whilst being simple, which is very difficult. They are a true prog metal band

Your turn.

ChuckyTruant
August 8th 2013

15707 Comments


FILTERED VITAMIN SUBSTANCE

ChuckyTruant
August 8th 2013

15707 Comments


Oh and I could go and on but nah.

SlMBOLlC
August 8th 2013

4833 Comments


Ok we're getting somewhere

Use of time signatures is all well and good but simply chugging at weird times can be interesting
when they get it right but basicly every shug song I've heard uses a cool riff, but repeats it too
much (Bleed, break those bones, the entire "nothing" album). "Bleed" started cool but gets
repetitive when the same riff with only slight variations is used for the vast majority of the 7 min
run time. They had fusion in DEI but, as I stated previously, soul burn contains fusion moments but
they are still single note and are kinda cool but no interesting bass and leads dont happen often.


And how is reading gonna make a band's music better?


RosaParks
August 8th 2013

14592 Comments


this band sucks ass

ChuckyTruant
August 8th 2013

15707 Comments


It will give you understanding of the band.

The great thing about Meshuggah is that they take a simple pattern and tweak it here and there to make a cool progression. Just listen to Catch33 dude

SlMBOLlC
August 8th 2013

4833 Comments


"you're the one being the child here"

is that cause you're the one throwing childish insults?
or that i disagree with your opinion?

btw wat you said was:

they're good cause they use complex time signatures (yeah righto that makes a band awesome fair call)

They have fusion

they have good leads

Fusion and leads are great but is it enough when the riffs are just repeating the same jun



RosaParks
August 8th 2013

14592 Comments


simbolic has shit taste

ChuckyTruant
August 8th 2013

15707 Comments


Good job understanding what I said dumbass.

FearThyEvil
August 8th 2013

12286 Comments


So junz are interesting when BOO uses them but if Meshuggah uses them they're stupid? Complex poly-rhythms? Nah, fuck it! Horrible synths, sweeping over breakdowns, and hardly any music direction are where it's at.

SlMBOLlC
August 8th 2013

4833 Comments


sorry ill try bandwagoning then

ChuckyTruant
August 8th 2013

15707 Comments


And agreed Rosa

RosaParks
August 8th 2013

14592 Comments


this band is interesting cus they have synth my little brother made with a $30 keyboard

SlMBOLlC
August 8th 2013

4833 Comments


All i said was that I find BoO mre interesting

and yeh BoO get the djunz but they will actually break away from that and throw actual riffs in there as well. Synth is usually really good imo and BoO sweeps over breakdowns shug leads over breakdowns

"Complex poly-rythms"

you mean breakdowns played at a weird time.

I never said shug's juns were bad I said they are really repetitive and basicly the same as something BoO would do I mean rational gaze? Stengah? future bread machine? what the difference between that and a BoO djent part

SlMBOLlC
August 8th 2013

4833 Comments


its funny cause the discovery still has an average of 3.9 despite the troll ratings.
So basicly the same rating as most meshuggah alums yet BoO gets hated whilst Shug gets worshipped go figure

Nikkolae
August 8th 2013

4769 Comments


"BoO is better than Messhuga"

*sigh* just another day on sputnik, song is shit, just like Machine, album is gonna blow.

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ChuckyTruant
August 8th 2013

15707 Comments


Agreed

ChuckyTruant
August 8th 2013

15707 Comments


I mean I loved The Discovery but that's one album vs a whole discography pretty much.

RosaParks
August 8th 2013

14592 Comments


"its funny cause the discovery still has an average of 3.9"
you seem surprised at the amount of people that avoid it because they know it's garbage

Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
August 8th 2013

13557 Comments


Wow sim you get gayer every minute

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ChuckyTruant
August 8th 2013

15707 Comments


You should call your local authorities and have him taken away, Jac.

Sauce
August 8th 2013

667 Comments


thread is dramz

NonApplicable
August 8th 2013

1930 Comments


I know everyone says that Jason leaving made their writing worse but Jason wrote like less than 2 songs for The Discovery.

I didn't know that! Can you provide a link? Sad if true.
_

Why are all you babies arguing? Meshuggah and Born of Osiris are both capable of writing good music. END OF STORY.

Bloodlax
August 8th 2013

111 Comments


Personally I find Meshugga boring, but they are still a great band.

As for the song, I thought it was neat.

ChuckyTruant
August 8th 2013

15707 Comments


It's true I'm fairly certain. I don't know if I can find the link though. I know Lee stated that somewhere

NonApplicable
August 8th 2013

1930 Comments


I guess he was writing guitar leads out of his capability then. The technicality and complexity demonstrated on The Discovery is absent on the material released thus far.

ChuckyTruant
August 8th 2013

15707 Comments


Agreed. Minus some sweeps here and there its nothing like TD. And it would be so bad if there were riffs but just constant chugging. Ugh

SlMBOLlC
August 8th 2013

4833 Comments


All i wanted was a genuine discussion on sput damn shoulda known better

ikarus
August 8th 2013

560 Comments


the writing on a higher place and a new reign was better than this garbage

TheMoreira
August 8th 2013

6955 Comments


I disliked this. Synthcore song with dubstep? no thanks, that's going too far.

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Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
August 8th 2013

13557 Comments


Damn, guess it won't be the 5 we all hoped for.

TheMoreira
August 8th 2013

6955 Comments


lol jac, you sexy rascal

LightRedFloyd
August 8th 2013

606 Comments


I don't think Chucky likes it when you have a different opinion than him. And if you do he's going to tell you to read a Wikipedia article to show you why you are wrong. Keep fighting the good fight Chucky. Don't ever let someone tell you that a band you don't like is better than a band that you do like.

Emyay
August 8th 2013

5804 Comments


i'll throw sim a bone here for arguments sake

jens > BoO vocalists. i've seen both bands live and jens destroys them live and is better than them on record as well. meshuggah has a more consistent discography and BoO only has the discovery. meshuggah's riffs/grooves make me want to shake my ass more than BoO's do. Meshuggah also has better atmosphere. Songs like Bleed are repetitive but only on the surface. Once you get immersed in the song you start to feel it envelop you and take over your soul whereas with BoO i usually just headbang a bit and get pumped up

TenSecondsToThink
August 8th 2013

1209 Comments


I used to love this band so much but they don't seem to be people who deserve to be respected. They seem superficial and selfish. What do I do now?

TheMoreira
August 8th 2013

6955 Comments


... BoO can't old a candle to Meshuggah. This comes from a dude that 4.5'd The New Reign and 5'd The Discovery. BoO's new album is almost sure to make this even more evident.

Colliiiin
August 8th 2013

669 Comments


Boring as fuck, where's the riffs?

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UnitK2K
August 8th 2013

105 Comments


"'Still more interesting than meshuggah at least'

Jump off a cliff"

Meshuggah is kinda boring...

Nocturnal
August 8th 2013

1329 Comments


Stop talking about Meshuggah here you plugs.



Kyyzen
August 8th 2013

190 Comments


Wait... People are calling that end part dubstep? Have they ever listened to dubstep before?

As for this song I will admit it gets rather repetitive (not as repetitive as Machine) but, there are still some interesting parts in the song. There is a part around 2:10 (iirc) that reminded me of a riff from A Higher Place which leads me to believe there will be more stuff like A Higher Place on this album (or at least I hope).

Also, if you guys haven't done so there is 7 minute album teaser out on youtube (just search "Born of Osiris tomorrow we die") that previews a small part of every song. From what I hear on that teaser I think this album will be awesome. They show a couple interesting songs and you can hear time changes in them so you know they must have put some thought into the song writing and maybe it just doesn't reflect in the 2 songs they have put out.

Give the whole album a chance before you start making too critical of judgments... I'm still a bit skeptical about this album but, I'm hoping for the best instead of saying "Gay this sucks!".

Kyyzen
August 8th 2013

190 Comments


Also, Jason was in a video interview after TD release and said he wrote all of Behold and the breakdown of Regenerate and a couple of the shreddy parts on the album and that's it. The rest was the rest of the band.

TheMoreira
August 8th 2013

6955 Comments


hmmm i thought Jason had written a few more things.

Anyway, i've listened to the 16 min preview of the album and am expecting a 3-3.5 kind of thing. Let's see. Ain't gonna be a The Discovery, but that was asking too much.

Kyyzen
August 8th 2013

190 Comments


It's only a 7 min preview -_-

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 8th 2013

18066 Comments


does it have junz and rahs and angersynthz?

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Nikkolae
August 8th 2013

4769 Comments


"All i wanted was a genuine discussion on sput damn shoulda known better"

this place is anything but a music discussion site, js.

Sharpside
August 8th 2013

61 Comments


I like a band you don't. Let's get into an argument and go absolutely no where with it, because we all know that we'll still end up listening to what we like.

TheMoreira
August 9th 2013

6955 Comments


"It's only a 7 min preview -_- "

https://vk.com/wall-45540584_1167

That's the one i've seen, it's a 16 minute one. It gives out a pretty good idea of what to expect.

Duckman118
August 11th 2013

296 Comments


That breakdown at the end was such a cool ending to the song. Don't get the dubstep relation to it though.

And most Meshuggah songs are boring, don't see how someone can find this boring/repetitive, but not Meshuggah.

KILL
August 11th 2013

70621 Comments


lol this sucks

climactic
August 11th 2013

18352 Comments


"And most Meshuggah songs are boring, don't see how someone can find this boring/repetitive, but not Meshuggah. "

u dont understand

TheMoreira
August 11th 2013

6955 Comments


"And most Meshuggah songs are boring, don't see how someone can find this boring/repetitive, but not Meshuggah."

Well, we're talking about VERY different bands. But yes, i see where you come from with that and it is kinda funny.



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