New Alesana Song
2013-12-13 by jslavos | 20 Comments

Metalcore group Alesana have premiered their brand new single, “Fatima Rusalka.” The song will be available on December 24 via Revival Recordings.

Guitarist and vocalist Shawn Milke says, “For those of you who follow our trilogy storyline you will be happy to know that this song bridges the gap between A Place Where The Sun Is Silent and our forthcoming full-length, setting the stage for an explosive and twisted conclusion. We are beyond excited to be releasing this song on our new label Revival Recordings. We can’t wait to see your smiling faces in 2014 and, as always, we thank you for years and years of love and support. There was only one. There was only her. Fatima Rusalka.”

Listen to the song here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZSGt67LD7I

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Fieryfenderz
December 14th 2013

1374 Comments


Kinda surprisingly heavy.

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Mabbitt
December 14th 2013

1242 Comments


I thought it was decent but nothing great. Seems like they're trying to appeal to the modern metalcore crowd, but honestly I think they do it a little better.

TenSecondsToThink
December 14th 2013

1126 Comments


At some point even the most average bands release great albums but I doubt this is gonna be it.

TheGreatQ
December 14th 2013

940 Comments


Fuuuck I forgot they released this gotta check it out

BenJamino
December 14th 2013

50 Comments


was enjoyable.

TheGreatQ
December 14th 2013

940 Comments


I liked the second half of the song better than the first. Dennis' vocals sound better than they did on the last album, though. Also, I didn't know that APWTSIS was supposed to be conceptually linked to The Emptiness, I thought it was just based on Dante's Inferno

Shimana
December 14th 2013

528 Comments


the chugged vocals are terrible

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Minus.
December 14th 2013

2666 Comments


I bet this queefs

Pheromone
December 14th 2013

2945 Comments


Kind of a guilty pleasure band of mine but I'll probably check the album out anyway.

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Morf
December 14th 2013

14 Comments


fuck I hate this

Dunpeal
December 14th 2013

3571 Comments


queefs hard

TheDarkestNight
December 14th 2013

174 Comments


Rules hard*

Fixed.

Italianjesusfootball
December 14th 2013

183 Comments


Jesus, band is a guilty pleasure of mine, but I still feel like this is going to queef.

FearThyEvil9
December 14th 2013

11352 Comments


those cleans are bad

skoopy48
December 14th 2013

1308 Comments


Never got into this song

Drubbi
December 15th 2013

34 Comments


Pretty decent, glad to hear Dennis has more of an impact here than on APWTSIS

Durrzo
December 15th 2013

1028 Comments


Wow that was awful.

Omeggia
December 16th 2013

116 Comments


this is just generally bad..

Hospital
December 17th 2013

1875 Comments


I used to generally enjoy this band as a guilty pleasure until I had the oppurtunity to see them earlier this year live

I don't know what I was expecting, but I realized how ear wrenching this band really is

Minus.
December 17th 2013

2666 Comments


This is pretty much what I would expect from Alesana



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