New Deserters Song

2013-09-13 by MegaJake1024 | 4 Comments
Deserters have released a new song from their upcoming EP Try To Feel, which will be released October 29th via Mediaskare records. The song is titled "The Feeling" and can be listened to via youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IG2XnU5yjqE&feature=player_embedded

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Winsomniac
September 13th 2013
8091 Comments


I dig the instrumentals, and the vocals aren't bad, but range from great to horrendous to me throughout the song.

Damus
September 13th 2013
518 Comments


nope

KSK1
September 13th 2013
4099 Comments


It's better than anything else they've released. Everything else is boring as fuck and this grooves a little. Those deep lows are pretty out of place though.

MegaJake1024
September 14th 2013
807 Comments


don't like the deep lows either. love the lyrics so much though. perfect explanation to people who don't like this kind of music.

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