Blood Stain child shortsingle

2014-01-23 by MachFire | 14 Comments
Trance metal band Blood Stain Child have posted a short version of the upcoming single "Last Stardust".

The video can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2VLLpYuT9U

The single will be released outside of Japan on January 29, 2014.

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MachFire
January 23rd 2014
28 Comments


And yes I am aware that I am approximately 2 weeks late with this

Sconza
January 23rd 2014
267 Comments


Not too fond of her cleans, but I'm sure they'll grow. Everything else is as sweet as ever.

Mabbitt
January 23rd 2014
1396 Comments


It's okay, this is the first i've heard of this and I like this band.

I still don't know how I feel about this band having a girl vocalist, but I did enjoy the clip.

Sconza
January 23rd 2014
267 Comments


Did you not listen to their last album? They had a different female vocalist then and it was fantastic.

FrozenVain
January 23rd 2014
2593 Comments


haha oh yes

MachFire
January 23rd 2014
28 Comments


I'd say having a female vocalist for the kind of sound this band produces is extremely fitting.

Having said that, I am EXTREMELY curious about how Kiki's screams sound. You couldn't really hear much of her scream to judge on this version.

MachFire
January 23rd 2014
28 Comments


I'd say having a female vocalist for the kind of sound this band produces is extremely fitting.

Having said that, I am EXTREMELY curious about how Kiki's screams sound. You couldn't really hear much of her scream to judge on this version.

TheSlenderMan
January 23rd 2014
606 Comments


This song/video is basically the Scott Pilgrim of pop metal. It's a decent song but nothing compared to the previous albums singles. Looking forward to album nonetheless.

GringoSuave89
January 23rd 2014
1091 Comments


I dig it

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Butkuiss
January 23rd 2014
4289 Comments


I think I'm in the minority who thinks that these guys were at their best when they had a male vocalist.

Mabbitt
January 23rd 2014
1396 Comments


Did you not listen to their last album? They had a different female vocalist then and it was
fantastic.


I did but I liked them a lot more when they had a male vocalist, like Mozaiq and Idolator. Which is
why I said I still don't know lol

I think I'm in the minority who thinks that these guys were at their best when they had a male
vocalist.


Nope, I feel that way too.

Oneiron
January 24th 2014
203 Comments


Musically this sounds a lot more Like Mozaiq. The addition of female vocals is much better if the rest of the album has the same edge that this song has. Epsilon was too pop and excluded the metal aspect of their sound in a lot of the songs. This song just kind of sounds like Mozaiq with a female vocalist

Impervious
January 24th 2014
470 Comments


Epsilon was awesome. Hope this is too.

TheDarkestNight
January 24th 2014
174 Comments


Mozaiq ruled and so will this.



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