New Glass Cloud Song

2013-09-29 by River Tam | 32 Comments
Progressive metalcore band Glass Cloud have released a new song from their upcoming EP Perfect War Forever, which is due out November 22nd and is currently available for preorder.

The new song, entitled 'Trapped Like Rats', as well as the link to the EP preorder, can be found at the link below:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=adq3hBeZV04

Tagged: Glass Cloud

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Thanatopsis
September 30th 2013
90 Comments


Josh Travis is a beast, but Glass Cloud has always been pretty meh. This is no exception. The rhythm is neat and the outro is cool, but, like Volumes, it is the same thing over and over again for far too long. It sucks because I liked The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza and Sky Eats Airplane. Oh well.

TheGreatQ
September 30th 2013
1624 Comments


I liked the album, but this song is really boring.

Digging: Purity Ring - Another Eternity

AtomicShane
September 30th 2013
2015 Comments


^ yup samies

Digging: Amber Sea - Infantile Vision

OwMySnauze
September 30th 2013
1231 Comments


These guys have so much potential. Hopefully the other songs are better.

Digging: CHON - Grow

joshuahuntkc
September 30th 2013
1620 Comments


The song is alright, very much a Meshuggah clone sound though. I liked the album because it wasn't like that.

Durrzo
September 30th 2013
1169 Comments


This song is almost hilariously boring. I like the guitarist, but I have no idea what he thought he was doing here. He's got skills so I don't know why this song is 100% chugs. I had some interest in this band, and now it's gone.

MadMikeLove
September 30th 2013
677 Comments


this guitar tone is beyond awful, and the song sucks

never liked this band.

Calc
September 30th 2013
12570 Comments


My soft spot for this band runs embarrassingly deep, and as such I think this song will become better in the context of the whole EP. Stupid choice of a single though.

Digging: Runaway Brother - Mother

bloc
September 30th 2013
35252 Comments


Guitar tuning is so loooooooooooooooow

BallsToTheWall
September 30th 2013
44805 Comments


I bloc'd this track out of my head as soon as it finished. Just turrible. Turrible.

TheGreatQ
September 30th 2013
1624 Comments


They use 9 strings now.

CordDragonzord
September 30th 2013
7 Comments


Wow, it sounds how I imagined a 9 string to sound!!

Still don't know if I like it though, sounds kind of muddy....


OwMySnauze
October 1st 2013
1231 Comments


The next big thing is a 10-string record!

Spec
October 1st 2013
27766 Comments


Isn't this that band that isn't good?

henryChinaski
October 1st 2013
2982 Comments


I once thought they had some potential, but this is really bland.

Devastator
October 1st 2013
2514 Comments


WTF nine strings?

crowing51
October 1st 2013
3478 Comments


Can only hope josh travis actually fully utilizes the 9 string in the rest of the ep. Though if heavy is what they were going for then they got that down packed. That 9 sounds monstrous. A little muddy but monstrous nonetheless.

Colliiiin
October 1st 2013
676 Comments


That was actually pretty fucking terrible, waste of talent right hur

crowing51
October 1st 2013
3478 Comments


Hopefully Jerry isn't ditching the cleans.

Hopelust
October 1st 2013
1345 Comments


Yeah his voice is sounding a little strained in this.

bloc
October 1st 2013
35252 Comments


That 9 sounds monstrous. A little muddy but monstrous nonetheless.

Axe FX 2 can't handle

dbizzles
October 1st 2013
441 Comments


Pshhh this is way better than the last stuff.
Not enough gay singing for you guys?
There's always Periphery....

JustinKing
October 1st 2013
1377 Comments


A bit boring, but Jerry's screams are at least improving. Josh is such a better guitarist than this song shows.

climactic
October 1st 2013
20336 Comments


groovy but boring. better than their old shit though

JustinKing
October 1st 2013
1377 Comments


They only had one song from The Royal Thousand that I genuinely enjoyed. Maybe the rest of this new EP will be better.

climactic
October 1st 2013
20336 Comments


ivy and wine?

JustinKing
October 1st 2013
1377 Comments


If He Dies, He Dies. Just couldn't get into the rest of it for the most part.

climactic
October 1st 2013
20336 Comments


yeah that one and ivy and wine are pretty cool but everything else is a mess. really hate the guitar tone too, really muddy, sadly this song is too

JustinKing
October 1st 2013
1377 Comments


It just completely masks what Josh is playing, which is so disappointing. I like a wall of sound, but not when it just sounds like an overdriven rumble of indecipherable notes.

climactic
October 1st 2013
20336 Comments


yeah it sounds like listening to djent with your head underwater or something

bloc
October 1st 2013
35252 Comments


Yeah I really liked Ivy and Wine too. Also their Tears For Fears cover is enjoyable besides that part in the middle where the band spazzes out.

climactic
October 1st 2013
20336 Comments


the groove in the beginning of this is cool but the vocals sound so weak in comparison to the music



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