New Against Me! Song

2013-12-21 by H. Ethan | 18 Comments
Punk rock group Against Me! have posted a studio version of "Black Me Out", the closing track on the band's upcoming sixth album, Transgender Dysphoria Blues. The record deals with vocalist Laura Jane Grace's gender transition. The album's tracklist was also revealed:

1. Transgender Dysphoria Blues

2. True Trans Soul Rebel

3. Unconditional Love

4. Drinking With the Jocks

5. Osama bin Laden as the Crucified Christ

6. FUCKMYLIFE666

7. Dead Friend

8. Two Coffins

9. Paralytic States

10. Black Me Out

Listen to Black Me Out here: https://soundcloud.com/totaltreblemusic/against-me-black-me-out

Tagged: Against Me!

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Scoot
December 21st 2013
18588 Comments


it's hard not to let what happened affect how this band sounds now, in whatever that way may be

Multifarious
December 21st 2013
97 Comments


@Scoot: I agree; for me, knowing her situation has made the songs I've heard sound much more passionate and moving.

Kris.
December 21st 2013
13630 Comments


FUCKMYLIFE666

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
December 21st 2013
54320 Comments


singing high as fuck damn

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bailar12
December 21st 2013
1766 Comments


ha

demigod!
December 21st 2013
48906 Comments


she still sounds like a dude

like a lot

Spec
December 21st 2013
33030 Comments


Great song.

Green Baron
December 21st 2013
22874 Comments


I still see a strong Tom resemblance in her, that's normal though

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XingKing
December 21st 2013
12011 Comments


Gabel said there are no plans to alter her vocals, obviously for the sake of the band

XingKing
December 21st 2013
12011 Comments


This song was surprisingly not as horrendous as the single released earlier this year

MonotoneMop
December 22nd 2013
445 Comments


I hadn't heard about the gender transformation. I admit I haven't had much exposure to the transgender community, and I think its amazing that Laura was able to be so open about her transformation to the community and that this around her were so supportive and understanding.

nylertickel2
December 22nd 2013
262 Comments


I like the song more than anything off of White Crosses

Nikkolae
December 23rd 2013
5111 Comments


this is pretty cool, she does sound like guy still tho haha

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killerscene
December 23rd 2013
10 Comments


why do you people think her voice would change?

XingKing
December 23rd 2013
12011 Comments


This keeps confusing me too when she said in an interview that she had absolutely no plans to alter her voice

someguest
December 23rd 2013
27899 Comments


sweet he had a sex change AND he's back in the second grade

2 for 1

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CrownOfMagnets
December 23rd 2013
2334 Comments


I like the song more than anything off of White Crosses [2]

Fieryfenderz
December 23rd 2013
1773 Comments


Hormones don't change your voice sadly.



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