New Exotype Song/Video

2013-09-02 by River Tam | 2 Comments
Florida based deathcore band Exotype have released a new song, entitled 'Nanovirus'. The song has a lyric video, and is their first song released since the departure of their founding vocalist. The band has been working on an album since March of this year, although there is still no information as to when it will be released.

The video can be found at the link below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eKS5B6B82c

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TheGreatQ
September 2nd 2013
1599 Comments


I like the new vocals, but they do the glitchy thing too much. The lyrics are better, but still not too good (but who listens to deathcore for lyrics?). The guitars still aren't riffing. I like the electronics a little more than the ones from the EP.

Overall, I like it. But the band has it in them to do better.

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Annayalater
September 3rd 2013
192 Comments


Not a fan of the song but the video was actually kind of cool



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