Vocalists leave King Conquer

2013-11-05 by Italianjesusfootball | 15 Comments
King Conquer recently announced via Facebook that James Mislow (vocals) and Chris Whited (drums/vocals) will be leaving the band. The spots were quickly filled with Bryan Long as the new vocalist and Ryley Dipaola as the new drummer; both Ryley and Bryan are also members of the deathcore band Dealey Plaza.

A re-recorded version of the song 'Tyranny', with Bryan on vocals, can be heard here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCkV_dMikqM

Ryley Dipaola with a drum play-through of the song 'A Day Late.. A Dollar Short', can be found here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PIIGIZnMlM

Tagged: King Conquer

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titlefightmeirl
November 4th 2013
659 Comments


how will I go on

KSK1
November 4th 2013
4097 Comments


typical deathcore band changes vocalists and sounds like typical deathcore band. ore at 11.

MosesMalone
November 4th 2013
1836 Comments


Well that's a shame cuz Dealey Plaza blows.

italianStallion
November 4th 2013
169 Comments


Dang this dude sucks for this band. They need incoherent gurgles to get that ignant sound

Nocturnal
November 4th 2013
1329 Comments


I don't see bryan doing well, he can't do gutturals like chris what so ever.

Butkuiss
November 4th 2013
4284 Comments


I read the headline as "Socialists Leave King Conquer"

I need more sleep.

Jacob818Hollows
November 4th 2013
134 Comments


I liked James; he was unique. New vocals: highs aren't too bad, but the mid to lows are absolutely deplorable. If you're gonna do deathcore, at least get someone who doesn't sound subpar even within the genre.

AtomicShane
November 4th 2013
1979 Comments


ehhhh the vocals were my fav part of king conquer

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MMX
November 4th 2013
4916 Comments


king conquer was already dead, now it's an additional 6 feet under

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AtomicShane
November 4th 2013
1979 Comments


still haven't listened to their newest cd...probably why i still like them

snerefedsav
November 4th 2013
860 Comments


highs sound kind of like mitch lucker and i'm down with that. dude's not very good at the lows or the mids though

jmumf
November 5th 2013
56 Comments


Band is so boring, they should just take the hint and break up honestly.

corycantrell
November 5th 2013
45 Comments


I really dig this band and the reason why i liked them is because james lows are just undecipherable low and he has some good highs. plus chris is pretty good drummer so ya. new vocalist isnt to spectacular highs are good lows okay at best. new album isnt wonderful anyway. poop

Eulogize
November 5th 2013
2969 Comments


what the fuck the vocals were the best part of the band

rip

Mabbitt
November 5th 2013
1391 Comments


I listened to both, expecting it to sound exactly the same. Sounded completely different with the new guy...isn't deathcore like the easiest genre to find a vocalist who sounds exactly the same as the one that left?



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