|New Dustin Kensrue Track|
2013-09-25 by XingKing | 58 Replies | 2499 Views
Dustin Kensrue has released a new song, entitled 'Suffering Servant', which is taken from his upcoming LP, The Water And The Blood, due October 1st.
The track is streaming courtesy of Relevant Magazine and can be heard below:
Agh this bible humping bullshit.
ugh so good....
Digging: L'Orange and Stik Figa - The City Under The City (Instrumental)
Sounds really good. I'm looking forward to this now.
I really want to like this, and I'll admit the arrangement is beautiful, but my extreme lack of faith is going to hinder any enjoyment I would otherwise get out of this.
Dustin's lyrics are better when open to interpretation.
Is this actually ughworthily good?
I can put aside my atheism for a moment to enjoy some beautiful music when I need to
too much religion talk not enough beautiful music talk.
For true, Xing?
"too much religion talk not enough beautiful music talk."
agreed let's talk about what an orgasmic voice he has
he has a pretty orgasmic voice
I cum to that voice every morning and every night
For a second there I was unsettled but then I remembered we're talking about Dustin so I'm down with it
That key change.
I would pain him so hard
Digging: Mount Eerie - Pre-Human Ideas
I'm a Wovenhand/16 Horsepower fan, so I can stomach the religious lyrics despite my own beliefs. Great track.
Digging: Lady Gaga - Artpop
There are dumber lyrics out there regardless of religious content, so I can definitely overlook the lyrics. His voice and voice control are amazing.
So good. Makes me miss Thrice though...
^ Opposite for me. Starting to make me think the rest of the band is unnecessary for great Dustin material, especially considering how scaled back the instrumentals are in the last 2 albums.
oh man these lyrics are so offensive!
Fair enough. I just prefer full band in general.
funny i am actually wearing a Thrice shirt right now, but i rarely even listen to them anymore. I just get this comforting feeling whenever i think about their music and remember how much i used to love it.
Still sub par from Dustin. Based on what I've heard so far, this will be a 3 or 3.5 at best.
Bland music, stupid fucking lyrics
not even, dude
this is legitimately one of the best songs I've heard all year
I actually agree that the music is a bit bland, but the song as a whole is great.
i love this, and I find most 'worship' music insufferably bland, even though I'm a Christian. Officially stoked for this album.
and yes dustin rules
Digging: David Maxim Micic - Bilo 3.0
Just take your fedora off and pause the bill hicks video for five minutes and listen
Drop the vernacular.
Drop the vernacular!
Vernacular? This is a derby!
I don't like it.
It's Not Enough made me expect a flawless album. Maybe it will be one but that's only 'cause there's
nothing in it. Everyone could write this music, it's incredibly unpersonal and it means nothing to me.
this is bad. like really bad.
sounds like any crappy band my family would listen to on christian radio.
Digging: Daylight Dies - A Frail Becoming
sorry, i failed the thrice drug test
the cup i gave you guys was actually the tall black man from the lobby's.
and for the record, the song just doesn't sound good. it's not written especially badly; just not my thing. but the arrangement is bland, as are the overproduced vocals. just couldn't find much to like about it.
i agree song's ok
you nailed it
Dustin needs to stick to the heavier post hardcore stuff, not that I dont appreciate his softer side mind you, but his solo work has been quite boring.
idk i didnt like It's Not Enough at all.
This is so much better. i dont know about the arrangement though (that key change)
still hoping for a real follow up to Please Come Home
this is not as good as the first one. he really does need to stick to his folky stuff. keep the worship in church.
his folky stuff was abysmal
his folky stuff was great. best solo stuff from him.
is skillet a christian rock band like fireflight or are they secular rock
Digging: Mary J Blige - The Breakthrough
asking for a friend
skillet are post-rock with gaze influences dude
shit maybe im confusing the bands name
maybe ur thinking of Skrillex he's christian rock
i bet that's it actually. thanks man
can't discredit the dude is brilliant.
Musically, I don't find this as interesting as Thrice, but fuck man... His voice sounds outstanding. I really enjoyed his vocal progression from the Alchemy stuff on, but I never thought he would sound this good.
Digging: Death Grips - Government Plates
His voice is obviously the best part. Music is k.
Great stuff. Anything to make the bitchy atheists cringe.
Bitchy atheists? Who are you fooling, bitchy theist?
I dunno if i'll be able to read the comments on the review for this album...it'll be way too cliche and annoying.
I dunno if I'll be able to read Calc passive-aggressively insulting atheists again...it'll be way too
cliche and annoying.