New Karnivool Music Video

2013-12-03 by YoYoMancuso | 18 Comments
Australian progressive rock/metal band Karnivool have released a new music video for their song "Eidolon". The video was directed by Chris Frey and is Karnivool's second music video released in 2013. "Eidolon" is the second single off of Karnivool's third album "Asymmetry". The video can be viewed using the link below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_XQSdf8GH4

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StolenIdentity
December 4th 2013
264 Comments


Best song on the album.

Cool vid too.

NonApplicable
December 4th 2013
2341 Comments


Album really left me cold

PistolPete
December 4th 2013
4049 Comments


Easily the best song of the album.

Probably my favorite song of the year. Maybe even the last 3 years.

Music video was as wacky and intriguing as I could've asked for.

Thank you Karnivool. Goodnight.

renegadestrings
December 4th 2013
1497 Comments


not a huge fan of the video, but it'll suffice. Song is great, one of the best off Asymmetry. i wish the the album were more focused.

italianStallion
December 4th 2013
169 Comments


Don't really get the universal praise for this band. Everytime I listen to a song it seems like nothing happends

zuzek
December 4th 2013
759 Comments


"Best song on the album."

Truth.

Album still shit as hell though.

TMobotron
December 4th 2013
7223 Comments


Song is indeed good, but this album was so boring.

henryChinaski
December 4th 2013
3434 Comments


Cool song. Never really listened to the album.

Digging: Bear's Den - Red Earth & Pouring Rain

VolcanoDay
December 4th 2013
136 Comments


Song is fantastic, agree that it's the best on the album. Video is weird.

WhiteNoise
December 4th 2013
3434 Comments


I've no idea why everyone hates the new album. I thought it was solid as hell and refreshing to hear something different than sound awake part 2

mursu
December 4th 2013
256 Comments


An interesting video.

RollieQuibbs
December 4th 2013
430 Comments


didn't like the new album for the first 5 times I heard. Took a 3 month break from it, listened to it again a few days ago and thought it sounded much better. A confusing grower.

KILL
December 4th 2013
77191 Comments


m/

Phideaux
December 4th 2013
1659 Comments


I had totally forgotten Karnivool had a new album out. What I heard didn't really grab me.

SarcasticBastardV2
December 4th 2013
53 Comments


Don't really get the universal praise for this band. Everytime (sic) I listen to a song it seems like nothing happends (sic)

Try Themata before the others then, it's really chorus-driven with great hooks and big catchy riffs. Easy to get into without having a lot of patience.

Jade
Staff Reviewer
December 4th 2013
10660 Comments


I wish this band knew which of its songs are actually worthwhile.

Cipieron
December 4th 2013
3508 Comments


song is boring

album kinda sucks


that being said, i still love this band

Monstar1790
December 4th 2013
158 Comments


Song rules. Album rules. Have not watched the video.



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