New Insomnium song

2013-09-23 by Duckman118 | 26 Comments
Finnish melodic death metal band Insomnium have released a new song, entitled 'Ephemeral' off of their upcoming EP, which is set for release in 2014.



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ResidentNihilist
September 22nd 2013
1267 Comments


Counting down the posts until the site kicks in and posts a Wizard comment saying this is a load of shit.

DarkNoctus
September 22nd 2013
9195 Comments


wowwwww that production is one of the worst things i've ever heard, i had a headache before it even hit the minute mark

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Keyblade
September 22nd 2013
16389 Comments


They've had pretty bad production since Across the Dark, which is a shame cuz that album's really beautiful

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Duckman118
September 22nd 2013
369 Comments


Production didn't bother me at all. Song was great to me, it sounded like Insomnium, but not exactly like insomnium. My problem with them is that, like most melodic death metal bands, is that all their songs just blended together. Other than a few stellar tacks of course. This didn't sound like one of those songs, it was different and I loved it.

ResidentNihilist
September 22nd 2013
1267 Comments


^This pretty much.

MMX
September 22nd 2013
4954 Comments


not sure how I feel about this one

PortalofPerfection
September 22nd 2013
733 Comments


Awesome.

BigSimo
September 22nd 2013
179 Comments


wow that riff. beautiful song. production could be improved.

R6Rider
September 22nd 2013
4903 Comments


It's pretty simple and catchy, I liked it.

I've always liked their production since it doesn't sound too overproduced.

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DarkNoctus
September 22nd 2013
9195 Comments


but it does sound compressed and brickwalled to death

zaruyache
September 22nd 2013
8993 Comments


How can you tell that it's compressed? I have no experience with anything like this.

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R6Rider
September 22nd 2013
4903 Comments


Their production has been pretty samey since ATWW.

CK
September 23rd 2013
5853 Comments


Waiting for a Crysis comment

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OlivaceousJ
September 23rd 2013
2 Comments


This strikes me as being along the lines of "Through the Shadows" or "Weather the Storm". I don't necessarily think this is the direction all of the new album will take

Vakarian12
September 23rd 2013
4009 Comments


it does sound compressed and brickwalled to death (2)

cool song with a great chorus, just your standard melodeth song really.

DarkNoctus
September 23rd 2013
9195 Comments


How can you tell that it's compressed? I have no experience with anything like this.


the drums are completely lifeless and you can hear the compressor fucking with the high end

i know i talk about this all the time but i'm sick of all modern metal being completely ruined by it

FrozenVain
September 23rd 2013
2592 Comments


this is good

jimmykidd
September 23rd 2013
540 Comments


this is actually quite nice.

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
September 23rd 2013
16765 Comments


Song was one of the worst they've ever made. No good riffs, boring structure, absolutely nothing worth mention. Thankfully the three instrumentals on the EP are good.

Keyblade
September 23rd 2013
16389 Comments


I honestly can't believe it's the same band. Granted, we've all wanted them to change their sound in some capacity...but this is just a watering down of their sound.

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
September 23rd 2013
16765 Comments


"we've all wanted them to change their sound in some capacity"

I thought they were fine where they were before One for Sorrow. They are changing all that towards an even more generic sound.

Wizard
September 23rd 2013
19874 Comments


Finnish melodic death metal band Insomnium have released a new really-fucking-boring song, entitled 'Ephemeral' off of their upcoming who-gives-a-shit EP, which is set for release in 2014 which will go down as one of the most zzzzzzzzzzzzz bands in the history of metal.

i know i talk about this all the time but i'm sick of all modern metal being completely ruined by it

Don't you mean you're the only one that bitches about this being a problem? ; )

Apollo
September 23rd 2013
10387 Comments


I'm in the minority here but I really liked One For Sorrow. And aside from terrible production this is a good song. The riffs are great.

DarkNoctus
September 23rd 2013
9195 Comments


Don't you mean you're the only one that bitches about this being a problem? ; )


well someone has to, right? :]

zaruyache
September 23rd 2013
8993 Comments


i know i talk about this all the time but i'm sick of all modern metal being completely ruined by it


Yeah. Live recordings or die m/

Cappa
September 24th 2013
132 Comments


This is not a watered down version of their sound; to me, it's their sound shining through truer than ever - a completion of their sound. I agree that they should change
things up in the future. Production has some issues (most noticeably with the drums).



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