Ugh, why do I enjoy this band. Like I know I shouldn't, but I do. I need therapy.
because you like their music? don't let other people (sputnik users) shame you into not liking something
Haha well when I see this band get posted and I see all the comments I'm like damn can I even say this is a guilty pleasure band? Feel like it throws away any credit I have (not that I have much). Sputnik politics.
Digital Renegade was actually pretty decent. This sounds like a b-side
All I can say is that my friend burned one of their cds to my computer and I forgot about it, it got transferred to my new iPod without me knowing, one of their songs came up on a random play-through while driving to a football match and I was really embarrassed and skipped it after my brother gave me weird looks.
@fiery thats why I stopped using this site, it's all about elitism and credibility. I just want to talk about music, people take this shit so srs.
I wont listen to this on my own, but I know I have some mates who will and if they blast it in their vehicles i will damn sure be jamming out
pretty standard bro-core here.
that's an interesting anecdote
actually on second listen,,, I take that back. It actually wasn't that bad.
Might have to go watch that show with these guys and the The Warrior
Good band. fuck sputnikers. always catchy with some of the best electronics. And the guitar riff in this song is very good in one section. Not their best song though. Murder mittens was better.
I wish the clean vocalist would sing lower, he sounds better that way. I like the song regardless.
I hate that I like this also
This site has a weird obsession with this band. Which is weird cause they're pretty awful.
So scene. Is this dude and Radke still having their lovers quarrel
this band is a cancer.
Standard I See Stars. Not bad.
the only thing i can't understand about this band, and others like it, is how they continue to push out releases that are for a younger audience.
don't they ever want to mature as musicians and release something that they could be proud with 20-30 years down the line?
^I wonder this all the time, actually.
I am surprised this didn't suck. First single was bad.
To respond to the musicians' comment, their music is far more innovative than most of the music you hear these days. Thirty years down the road, electronics might have even a larger influence, and they'll have been one of the pioneers of it. Like it or not, as far as electronics in metal, they're undoubtedly one of the most popular. Additionally, they don't just repeat the verse chorus verse chorus formula like most bands; they're consistently altering structure and varying back and forth between melodic electronics, dubsteb, screams, cleans, and some kickass riffs, such as the one in this song, which even though its very good, they only use it for like ten seconds while most other bands would use it for half the song. Though I do hate how high the clean vocalist sings. Would sound much better lower imo. But anyway, their music stands out a lot more than soulfly's does. That album was so unmemorable I couldn't stand it. Can't believe I made it through the whole thing. But to each his own.
And this album pwns btw.
And I thought their prior albums were poor.
Digging: Bear's Den - Red Earth & Pouring Rain