Fail Emotions stream new EP

2013-09-01 by MachFire | 31 Comments
Fail Emotions, a progressive trancecore band from Russia, is streaming their new EP, Gravity on Soundcloud.

The EP can be heard here: http://soundcloud.com/failemotions/sets/gravity

Tagged: Fail Emotions

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Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
September 2nd 2013
31936 Comments


"trancecore"

....

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sixdegrees
September 2nd 2013
18766 Comments


progressive trancecore

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MachFire
September 2nd 2013
28 Comments


^Imo they're one of the few Kinds of these acts that don't suck.

MarkTheDead
September 2nd 2013
690 Comments


Yeah, they're really alright.

ThomasTheCure
September 2nd 2013
315 Comments


YES YES YES YES.

EyesHalfClosed
September 2nd 2013
51 Comments


Consistently solid band, will defs check this one out.

peartnoy
September 2nd 2013
1256 Comments


Trancedjent

LilLioness
September 2nd 2013
2905 Comments


Regardless of how ridiculous it sounds in name, at least it is something different.

MachFire
September 2nd 2013
28 Comments


I personally think Age of Reason is slightly better than Gravity, although Gravity has that killer riff coming right in at the beginning and is overall still great. This band's DJ really knows what he's doing.

Omeggia
September 2nd 2013
138 Comments


These guys actually kind of make this work.

JustinKing
September 2nd 2013
1395 Comments


Band is actually able to get this formula right each time. They have the right mix of both trance and core without making it sound forced or gimmicky.

bloc
September 2nd 2013
35433 Comments


Damn I didn't know this band was Russian. I'll be listening to this.

Brostep
Staff Reviewer
September 2nd 2013
3819 Comments


Why would a band label themselves "crabcore" in the hopes of getting sales?

MachFire
September 2nd 2013
28 Comments


^Who gives a shit about one soundcloud tag?

Brostep
Staff Reviewer
September 2nd 2013
3819 Comments


Well, if you want to:

"dubstep" (no, it's really not at all)
"epic"
"progressive trancecore/electronic"



MachFire
September 2nd 2013
28 Comments


Many of their songs have dubstep elements, but not all have them as centric as you seem to imply.

"Epic" is subjective.

And the last tag is pretty accurate, many of their songs rarely follow the verse-chorus-bridge form and they have djent guitars on top of that. Trancecore is self-explanatory really.

Look, I don't want to turn this thread into a cesspool, so either leave it or PM me. In the end if anyone cares enough to not buy their music for that soundcloud tag and disdain the actual music, then that's being awfully narrow minded.

Brostep
Staff Reviewer
September 2nd 2013
3819 Comments


Haha I'm just playing around, was a little taken aback with your strongly-worded reply. As one of the many resident electronic nerds here, I take some offense when people throw around random terms like "trance" and "dubstep" without proper grounding - in this case, that's true. Examples of dubstep:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pz8Kp_yELg0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7lj8G4r6lI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOnT4j711i8

In all these examples, you'll notice a few things: emphasis on either seriously weighty bass or wobbly midrange, broken beat, slower tempo. The reason I take some offense to Fail Emotions' use of the term is because the songs on the EP have precisely none of these elements, so the use of "dubstep" is flagrantly incorrect.

Also, according to Wikipedia (which may be wrong, of course), "trancecore" is a fusion between post-hardcore/metalcore and elements of electronic music. This doesn't necessarily mean the term itself is actually legitimate (Deviant up there in the first comment would argue the term itself is shit), but the point is there's virtually no electronic influence in the music aside from some random-ass synths.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
September 2nd 2013
31936 Comments


It exists so they can tie themselves in with the edm crowd and cash in on that scene's popularity

Brostep
Staff Reviewer
September 2nd 2013
3819 Comments


Well that's true as well

peartnoy
September 2nd 2013
1256 Comments


I disagree. The electronic and metal sides of their music are extremely well balanced.

MachFire
September 2nd 2013
28 Comments


I respectfully disagree(I will say that my first reply was a bit more scathing than it needed to be) with your assessment of their "random-ass synths" and agree completely with peartnoy.

The only reason I think they're not way bigger than they already are is because they're in Russia. The scene for that kind of music over there is like a homeless child.


Chetnik
September 3rd 2013
2 Comments


Ahahaha... Lol I'm really amazed how some of the "all - knowing" critiques are spewing hate. Like they're some kind of elitists. If it's different hate, hate, hate...
Alright chums. Despite that I hope Fail Emotions continue their work because they bring something from the "different" that I like. I love equally my melo deaht/post hardcore/electro/techno styles of music and rarely some of them work right when combined. These guys make it right for the moment, and again for the moment they have rather cult following than a massive fanbase. So in conclusion I'm asking myself... Why this places hate the russian band - Fail Emotions? And why is it named after Soviet Russia's space project who gave birth to Earth's first artificial satellite(Ahahah... man the irony... cracks me up) ?
But hey... It makes for some good laughs at some self taking serious pretentious pricks.
Cheerio ol' chaps ಠ_ರೃ

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
September 3rd 2013
31936 Comments


You made a connection between a band and a space program because... they both originated from the same country? Man, you just redefined six degrees of separation!

karlulol
September 3rd 2013
22 Comments


Don't really listen to this genre anymore, but this is pretty decent stuff.

Chetnik
September 3rd 2013
2 Comments


The sheer irony of it is what brings the lol in my eyes. Kind of funny combination. I wouldn't be surprised if you just learned this website's name origins.


Owantjaaaa
September 3rd 2013
3569 Comments


I already love you,
Please stay

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Owantjaaaa
September 3rd 2013
3569 Comments


Not really a fan of the vocals, but this is pretty cool

Brostep
Staff Reviewer
September 3rd 2013
3819 Comments


So many people made accounts here just to comment on this thread haha

Cipieron
September 3rd 2013
3508 Comments


2 maybe 3 tops? meh

MachFire
September 3rd 2013
28 Comments


Hey, I've had this account since December of last year, just never bothered using it much. :o

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
September 3rd 2013
31936 Comments


The sheer irony of it is what brings the lol in my eyes. Kind of funny combination. I wouldn't be surprised if you just learned this website's name origins.


But it's not even remotely ironic, given the tenuous connection you're trying to make



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