Decidia Debut Single

2014-02-12 by Dalton DuBois | 9 Comments
Deathcore band Decidia (Formerly known as "Design the Skyline") have released their debut track. Only two members from the original group remain (Eric Azure and Matt Ryan) and it is unclear whether they will still be on Victory Records. The song is titled "Stargaze."


Tagged: Decidia

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Necrotica
February 12th 2014
10584 Comments


lol

Necrotica
February 12th 2014
10584 Comments


Decide the Skyline

rapedbyelephants
February 12th 2014
294 Comments


is Decidia the female version of Deicide?

ReAnimator
February 12th 2014
355 Comments


The spoken word sections are crazy corny, the cleans are kind of whiny, though an improvement on previous recordings, the harsh vocals sound strong but incredibly underused, and the song feels kind of directionless overall. It plods rather than builds and then fades out. Granted, it one song, and further output might prove me wrong, but it sounds like there's still a lot of room to grow

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tempest--
February 13th 2014
17224 Comments


kind of ironic they're called decidia but they changed their name

DatsNotDaMetulz
February 13th 2014
2485 Comments


So this is the same band as Design the Skyline then and not a separate entity? Did mention this on the review page for Nevaeh but never got anything back. Wonder what this means for Sleepless In December.

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DatsNotDaMetulz
February 13th 2014
2485 Comments


Yeah I know SID is separate but was just wondering what this meant for that band seeing as Matt's the frontman for them.

DatsNotDaMetulz
February 13th 2014
2485 Comments


Also I'm guessing this means Deathgaze will be appearing on Decidia's next album then as a Decidia song (feat. the ex-DTS members) seeing as Stargaze was originally meant to complement that song?

MegaJake1024
February 13th 2014
827 Comments


Aside from the spoken word parts, I really enjoyed each individual section. Great guitar and really like the vocals. I agree with Reanimator though that it should build a bit more and have a bit more direction. A vast improvement from DTS though; I definitely enjoyed it.



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