i bet mike semesky is doing vocals for them now since he was filling in on bass
LET THE BUTTHURT COMMENCE!
I actually really dig the vocals, hopin for one or two instrumental songs on the new album though.
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but really mike's a really good vocalist and a solid fit for this kind of stuff.
Is Semesky a full-time member now?!
A pleasant surprise
Saw them last summer and Semesky said he joined them after the HAARP machine kinda fell apart.
Side note : Mata harri is amazing live
Where the fuck is my djant?!??!
these guys really shine as an instrumental band. this is alright, but hopefully the album isnt all as vocal-heavy as this
still good, guitarists are fucking talented. them solos
really nice song and the vocals sound wonderful but I fear that their songs might become contrived
love this band. Saw them live and they were amazing. The vocalist is pretty good, but I hope all the songs aren't focused on the vocals. Thats not to say that the guitar work on this song is bad, its still great, but they are overpowered by the vocals.
Was waiting on stuff from these guys.
I feel like this must be one of the most vocal driven songs on the new album... I don't think that
they would do such a drastically switch when the thing that made them stand out in the first place
were the amazing guitar and drum work (well, what else could it be, haha), and problably there will be
some instrumental songs in the album too. But also, I don't know if they would need to compromise some
complexity like they did in this song or it is just this track.
Saw these guys with Misery Signals. My friend interviewed the main guitarist/songwriter and he said that the bassist is their new full time vocalist and all the new songs will mostly feature vocals.
Love the new singer, they were kinda boring as instrumental. The vocals are powerful and not over the top. Very refreashing for the Djenre.
Semesky is a great vocalist and I don't really have the attention span for 40 minutes of instrumental music. So, This is great! Like finding a new band!
Semesky has a really pleasing voice and it fits well with Interval's music, but I hope they do a good job of focusing some songs or sections of songs in his vocals and others with the usual amazing guitar leads, awesome riffs and that kind of stuff, or maybe blend them in a way that they don't compromise any important aspect of each other without making everything too busy.
Solid track. I'll definitely be looking back into these guys closer to their album release date.
I think this is a great combination, but this song is a bit boring and the vocals are a bit djeneric. Still, it's a great teaser for things to come.
I know so many people that go nuts for this kinda stuff but I just can't get into it.
wasn't really into this like i was with their earlier stuff.
vocals were meh same with instrumentals
There's vocals wtf?!?!
Not a fan of the vocals at all. Would much prefer harsh vocals, I can't stand cleans over top djenty breakdowns and leads.
Much like periphery and protest the hero and so many other bands, hate the vocals. Cleans don't belong in this type of metal
at all, in my honest opinion.
Decent enough vocals, though I like the mood of the song. Looking forward to hearing more but afraid the album may be disappointing.
Well he can do hash vocals but I think he prefers not to. 70% of the vocals he did with The HAARP MACHINE were growls and yells. I'm hoping does some with Intervals as well because he's quite capable.
I personally like that theres no harsh vocals on this song
I honestly hope that he doesn't use his harsh vocals with this band. Sure he may be capable, but it honestly wouldn't fit the music in my opinion.
that opening / closing guitar part ohMYGAH