I Killed The Prom Queen stream

2014-02-05 by Forevermore | 51 Comments
I Killed The Prom Queen is streaming their new album "Beloved", which will release February 18th.

Article:

http://www.altpress.com/features/entry/i_killed_the_prom_queen_beloved_album_premiere

YouTube playlist:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyK_0f5DKHM&list=PLcZMZxR9uxC86zwfXwXDFtTM 9VUxI66ag

Tagged: I Killed The Prom Queen

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Apollo
February 4th 2014
10390 Comments


since when can we stream youtube from within sputnik! :-O

you can tell I'm a lurker these days

TheSpirit
February 4th 2014
18583 Comments


No, this is the first time I've seen this

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mx
Moderator
February 4th 2014
739 Comments


Times be a changin'

Apollo
February 4th 2014
10390 Comments


Damn. Pretty cool stuff.

Apollo
February 4th 2014
10390 Comments


A comment from mx! This is a cool evening

NocteDominum
February 4th 2014
7218 Comments


Glad the site is still moving forwards, all these small integration are the way to go

skoopy48
February 4th 2014
1728 Comments


That is a pretty sexy youtube stream on the site.

MachFire
February 4th 2014
28 Comments


Bright Enough is spectacular.

BassDemon333
February 4th 2014
3430 Comments


Jona Weinhofen >

TheFantasticDangler
February 4th 2014
1225 Comments


Well, damn sputnik. Im impressed.

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FearThyEvil
February 4th 2014
13389 Comments


Regardless, I'm avoiding this. The singles were horrible as were the vocals.

bloc
February 4th 2014
35537 Comments


Sick idea

chuggabreakdown
February 4th 2014
6 Comments


Can we get back to the point here?

Back to the stream: It's not bad, but could be better.

Mabbitt
February 4th 2014
1409 Comments


Album is okay, coming from somebody who loves Music for the Recently Deceased. The Youtube thing in the article is awesome.

titanslayer
February 4th 2014
2645 Comments


The first time I've ever seen the sexy youtube stream thing...
and it's wasted on a shitty song

DatBeefPudding
February 4th 2014
1544 Comments


damn vids can now be embetted in news posts? weuuuu go sputnik

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AtomicShane
February 4th 2014
2077 Comments


downloaded this today..tis pretty sweet, better than the singles they released imo

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breakingthefragile
February 4th 2014
3006 Comments


It's hilarious that this article provided better news for the site than the news in the article itself.

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BassDemon333
February 4th 2014
3430 Comments


This is solid as hell so far and the production is great

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 4th 2014
51505 Comments


Why does every post 2007 metalcore band have the exact same god awful drum tone?

oldsoul
February 4th 2014
123 Comments


Sweet vid integration; I liked some of IKTPQ's old releases, but this guy's vocals aren't doing much for me.

Devastator
February 4th 2014
2521 Comments


Not very good so far, vocals are terrible.

BassDemon333
February 4th 2014
3430 Comments


The last track, Brevity, is awesome. Wish there were more moments like it on this.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 4th 2014
51505 Comments


I can only get the first track to play

dixoncocks
February 4th 2014
2897 Comments


Also most viewed news section is pretty cool

MO
February 4th 2014
19743 Comments


wow worst band name ever

Dancedrewdance
February 5th 2014
1169 Comments


I hate the band name also but this album is decent

Mabbitt
February 5th 2014
1409 Comments


Full stream: http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLcZMZxR9uxC86zwfXwXDFtTM9VUxI66ag&v=yyK_0f5DKHM

The article I posted had the full thing, but this one with all of its fancy embedded videos doesn't
have it :P

InFiction
February 5th 2014
3791 Comments


Listening now. Bright Enough and Meilor are pretty cool.

TooLateToGoBack
February 5th 2014
1861 Comments


Bright Enough is great, but it's a shame the vocals are atrocious for the most part.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 5th 2014
51505 Comments


2.3 hard

Forevermore
February 5th 2014
133 Comments


A mod edited this article, I originally linked to the AP article. I think they just wanted to show off the new embedding option, but this news post wasn't the best one to do it on, since it looks like the forum bb code doesn't support the playlist-style YouTube embedder shown on AP.

Mabbitt
February 5th 2014
1409 Comments


I think the new vocalist sounds ridiculously similar to Ed Butcher, and I liked his vocals. I don't see why people always knock the vocals on their new stuff, unless they're referring to the cleans. Those are rather disappointing (and lack this certain element that i can't quite place that made the older stuff so cool)

chug73
February 5th 2014
1395 Comments


Jona is seriously underused as a vocalist. He really should have had more involvement during his BMTH days.
Once saw the vocalist get his head kicked in.

NorwichScene
February 5th 2014
1668 Comments


This could be their first album I like

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ButteryBiscuitBass
February 5th 2014
10833 Comments


Norwich scummer!

Grinddestroyer
February 5th 2014
24 Comments


I'm enjoying this, but not so much the clean vocals.

Grinddestroyer
February 5th 2014
24 Comments


On second thought, cleans are alright.

BassDemon333
February 5th 2014
3430 Comments


Jonas cleans are great on this, they should be used more often then they are

NOCOMPROMISE
February 5th 2014
2 Comments


Vocals ruin this for me.

Durrzo
February 5th 2014
1212 Comments


Really bad vocals and instrumentally the singles didn't do much for me, hesitant to bother giving the whole thing a listen.

Duckman118
February 5th 2014
371 Comments


Digging pretty hard so far. And I don't mind the vocals at all.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 5th 2014
51505 Comments


Just listen to Define The Great Line or something instead

Duckman118
February 5th 2014
371 Comments


I shall, thank you treb.

Duckman118
February 5th 2014
371 Comments


Dammit, didn't get to acknowledge my 200th comment on my 200th comment. So disappointed in myself right now.

Apollo
February 5th 2014
10390 Comments


"Why does every post 2007 metalcore band have the exact same god awful drum tone?"

Why does every Trebor17 post have the exact same godawful humourless tone?

Whoever made this loser a contributor should be shot.

Nikkolae
February 6th 2014
4947 Comments


Bright Enough is fun-ish, nothing too remarkable here

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NorwichScene
February 6th 2014
1668 Comments


ButteryBiscuitBase hahaha. Much love x

zaruyache
February 8th 2014
9284 Comments


This has a lot more comments than I expected.

iamamanfromspace
February 3rd 2015
1027 Comments


Band name is white as fuuuuuuuuuuuck

Mister Twister
February 6th 2015
1970 Comments


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