Fooking amazing song. Has anyone got the full song? I can only find the promo edit
I like the direction they're going in.
sweet, gonna check this band now
Digging: The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
Wow this is sick!
NEW. ALBUM. NEW. ALBUM. NEW. ALBUM. NOW.
Good to know even though some of them almost resemble males now that Kyo's still a fucking psychopath.
I think they are reverting in image tbh.
Seems legit as hell
Speaking about the sound I'd say it's "let's be try to stay as crushingly heavy as we were on Dum Spiro Spero, but bring back some of the VulgarWithering To Death groove". That combo could work.
Yeah - it seems like they're bringing back some of the visual kei aesthetic back into their image, which is welcome IMO. I miss the Macabre, Vulgar and Kisou days.
Song sounds awesome for sure. Definitely gives me that WtD vibe too
Digging: Teen Daze - Themes For Dying Earth
Ugh, this is so good. I especially love Kyo's scream right before the chorus
and yea, i'm getting some major Vulgar/WTD vibes from both the song and Die's hair
Not that bad, but I've heard better from these guys.
Its a grower dude.
song is sick
"Speaking about the sound I'd say it's "let's be try to stay as crushingly heavy as we were on Dum Spiro Spero, but bring back some of the VulgarWithering To Death groove". That combo could work."
Really hope this is the case, loved all their work but do miss the earlier stylistic/visual elements.
Dang. Great stuff
good shit for sure
First time hearing these guys, great stuff
Digging: Snarky Puppy - Sylva
Really? Some of you guys liked the visual kei side of this band?
Glad someones in my crew, yo.
hell yeah. great to see a more theatrical look and the older sound is a nice change of pace.
Personally visual kei is gay as fuck. Best move they ever did was dropping it.
goddamn that's good, though. shit.
Who gives a fuck about their image? Their music rules.
Music does rule, but when it comes to seeing them play it looks odd when they're dressed like women, whilst hearing the devil come our of kyo. Ha
Just think going back to that style isn't a step forward, regardless of its relevancy
I don't think there's that much visual kei here.
That being said, I don't care how much visual kei they incorporate if they make albums like MACABRE.
I've got the full song and fuck it rules.
Sometimes revisiting some older tricks while incorporating them in the latest depelopment can be a step forward.
From what I've gathered, there's no info on new album any time soon, so this might be just a standalone release which doesn't foreshadow anything stylistically.
Well, Kyo stated that: "our new single paints more of a detailed picture of where we are headed in terms of sound and style".
So, this new single does foreshadow something stylistically.
My bad then
Just info dude :D
And as I said on another thread, they normally release a few singles then crack on with the album.
I remember koaru saying the same thing awhile back. And if that's the sound they're going for, they have my vote :D
They're reaching that point in their career where they start meshing together their original sound with what they've found they like.
Stuff like RINKAKU & SUSTAIN THE UNTRUTH are probably going to be similar to the general sound we get from now on. More of a dynamic between clean vox & the blast beats and distorted guitars from DUM SPIRO SPERO.
That snare sounds like ass
Digging: Departures - Death Touches Us, From The Moment We Begin To Love
Reminded me of the snare sound from St. Anger, actually.
wow uroboros has a 4.2 what
That's their most consistent album, maybe next to Vulgar.
Snare and Toshiya's bass tone are horrendous. Still a great song though
Wow. This is really terrible. Never thought they could have a song this bad.
Love it all, bass tone is p eh but Kyo sounds fantastic as usual.
They bassline itself is cool, just that tone. :/ kyo always on form, man.
He's got a new band. I wonder what it'll sound like
Hopefully death metal as fuck.