Haken post new video
2013-08-23 by Voivod STAFF | 14 Comments
English progressive metal act Haken, are streaming a video for the song "Pareidolia" at the official YouTube channel of Inside Out Records.

You can see the video right here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kr_gROZmTtA

"Pareidolia" is part of the band's upcoming album The Mountain, which is due for release on September 3.
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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
August 23rd 2013
6273 Comments


Wasn't aware of this band, but the song's great, the bouzouki lead in the middle of the song is fantastic.

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mursu
August 23rd 2013
255 Comments


This was pretty good

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StormChaser
August 23rd 2013
356 Comments


Band is amazing, but this was posted at least a week ago.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
August 23rd 2013
6273 Comments


True, but still this post is ahead of the official album release, plus it is impossible to post all news the minute they're up.

bloc
August 23rd 2013
34993 Comments


Used to dig Visions, but not so much anymore. I'll probably check out The Mountain though.

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StormChaser
August 23rd 2013
356 Comments


I was just a little let down cuz I'm actually following all of the news on this album kinda fanboyishly so I was hoping for another new song haha, no diss intended. Also, check out Visions.

CaptainDooRight
August 23rd 2013
30239 Comments


Bookmarked

henryChinaski
August 24th 2013
2833 Comments


Good!

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StormChaser
August 25th 2013
356 Comments


In case anybody wants to know there's a leak of this already in 320

CaptainDooRight
August 25th 2013
30239 Comments


Song was decent to good with some moments that leaned more towards good. Overall, it didn't get much better than that. The vocals fit, however the compositional melodies became monotonous and redundant at times. Now, the vocals fit the arranged passages but there is no excuse for those passages not to vary. Regardless, the musical passages could remain the same while leaving the vocalist with the most accountability. In summary, this song could have been taken from 'good' to 'great/excellent' with simply greater attention given to vocal composition; such as, octave dynamics and melodic interchanges, which is a broad term but I hope it relays the gist of what I'm trying to say.

CaptainDooRight
August 25th 2013
30239 Comments


Listened again with super quality headphones and the production is solid. Overall, I feel like this song was a 3.5-4 max.

StormChaser
August 26th 2013
356 Comments


I don't mean to be rude, but you seem to have lost your thoughts there in the middle of all that ranting about passages.

CaptainDooRight
August 26th 2013
30239 Comments


That was pretty much rude. And I cried.

StormChaser
August 26th 2013
356 Comments


nice



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