Nativ stream new song
2013-09-06 by KenboSlice | 20 Comments
Nativ, which consists of former members of Attack Attack! have released a new song, entitled 'Not Yours'.

You can view the song here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcHKTfOAXyo
Tagged: Nativ

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Speed512
September 6th 2013
136 Comments


I actually don't think it's bad. It's undeniably a hell of an improvement from Attack Attack! anyway.

tresm87
September 6th 2013
897 Comments


no it isnt at all

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CutMan
September 6th 2013
1790 Comments


REALLY digging this new project.

moshpotatoes
September 6th 2013
561 Comments


They actually changed their entire "Attack Attack!" page on facebook to Nativ, i thought it was weird and disrespectful to past members, like theyre trying to erase everything from the past.

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moshpotatoes
September 6th 2013
561 Comments


and when did whetzel learn how to play guitar?

loveisamixtape
September 7th 2013
6036 Comments


better than attack attack but still nothing special

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AlexanderSuperswag
September 7th 2013
4 Comments


Needs more swag


henryChinaski
September 7th 2013
2765 Comments


Song wasn't too bad.

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InFiction
September 7th 2013
3667 Comments


Yeah, not too bad honestly.

paradox1216
September 7th 2013
489 Comments


this is probably my favorite of the songs released so far

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DatBeefPudding
September 7th 2013
1320 Comments


I Am Abomination + djent.

i dont have much of a problem with this, LOADS better than attack attack. good for these guys for pursuing something more respectable haha

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DatBeefPudding
September 7th 2013
1320 Comments


"They actually changed their entire "Attack Attack!" page on facebook to Nativ, i thought it was weird and disrespectful to past members, like theyre trying to erase everything from the past."

nah i think it's most likely so that they don't have to work so hard to get fans again. they can just get the world out by having all their old fans from attack attack.


Sauce
September 7th 2013
696 Comments


"like theyre trying to erase everything from the past."

but they actually should do that.

linkpwns
September 7th 2013
78 Comments


This is actually not bad, totally inoffensive. A good move for them, really.

ReAnimator
September 7th 2013
316 Comments


Nothing special but wow, this kicks Attack Attack!'s ass

Hep Kat
September 7th 2013
15351 Comments


wow a thread full of people who listened to this

the things you see these days

DatBeefPudding
September 7th 2013
1320 Comments


ikr? pinch me i'm dreaming

MadMikeLove
September 8th 2013
653 Comments


hate the vocals. melodies are boring.

Instrumentals are not bad.

good for them!

SpritzSpritz
September 8th 2013
528 Comments


screw this listen to Native

Fallingfarbehind
September 8th 2013
29 Comments


screw this listen to Native[2]



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