It Dies Today Posts New Clip

2014-02-06 by ballsack mountain | 20 Comments
Yesterday via facebook Buffalo's It Dies Today posted a clip of a new song from their new album to be released later this year. This is the first time the band has recorded together with their original line up since their 2004 album The Caitiff Choir. The studio clip can be found here, and yes, Nick Brooks is still very awkward:
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10153778987815483

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Bengweeen
February 6th 2014
136 Comments


I totally forgot about this band...

FearThyEvil
February 6th 2014
13953 Comments


for the best really

Spec
February 6th 2014
29187 Comments


Jennifer's Body.

Pennywise_M
February 6th 2014
7439 Comments


OH SHIT i didn't know they were getting back together, this is extremely good news :'D

TheSlenderMan
February 6th 2014
606 Comments


Awesome

jmh886
February 6th 2014
1265 Comments


The Caitliff Choir was my jam back in the day. They totally sucked after that. BUt that album rules.

JustinKing
February 6th 2014
1399 Comments


That sounds really promising. I've always been a huge fan of these guys, so this makes me happy.

Hopelust
February 6th 2014
2078 Comments


Severed ties yield severed heads ruled.

JustinKing
February 6th 2014
1399 Comments


The Caitiff Choir as a whole ruled.

MegaJake1024
February 6th 2014
827 Comments


Lol at the awkwardness at the end, but the clip was dank as fuck. Shouted cleans sound bomb.

witchxrapist
February 6th 2014
11097 Comments


Dude his cleans reminded me of Jesse Leach there, so good.

The Caitliff Choir was my jam back in the day. They totally sucked after that. BUt that album rules.


Yeah dude, and it's that line up again!

Evreaia
February 6th 2014
4322 Comments


Loved their first two records, sirens and lividity sucked though

Hopelust
February 6th 2014
2078 Comments


Yeah, sirens did suck. I'm going to rate it as such now.

aresx
February 6th 2014
330 Comments


Caitiff Choir was the shit in high school. i liked Sirens but it wasn't nearly as good. glad to hear these guys are all back together. Honestly, for how meh Lividity was, if this is even as good as Sirens i'll be happy.

Pennywise_M
February 6th 2014
7439 Comments


"I've always been a huge fan of these guys, so this makes me happy."

Thank you, finally someone who's on my train here!


@spooky, mate it dies today comes from a long way back though, they were formed under that name back in 2001.

kingsoby1
Emeritus
February 6th 2014
4969 Comments


It died yesterday

Pennywise_M
February 6th 2014
7439 Comments


i cryd

Dummit
February 6th 2014
368 Comments


Forget the haters, I love Sirens. This shubbe good.

Dummit
February 6th 2014
368 Comments


Forget the haters, I love Sirens. This shubbe good.

ConcubinaryCode
February 6th 2014
2993 Comments


Dug their forever scorned ep. Ill give their new music a try.



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