New Demon Hunter Song

2014-02-25 by Dalton DuBois | 23 Comments
Christian Metal band "Demon Hunter" have released the second single off of their upcoming album "Extremist." The song is called "The Last One Alive." Extremist is due out for release on March 18th 2014 through Solid State Records.


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ASnideReturns
February 25th 2014
5942 Comments


Song rules so hard.

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KILL
February 25th 2014
73904 Comments


lol

OwMySnauze
February 25th 2014
1321 Comments


Kill's favorite band.

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zaruyache
February 25th 2014
9040 Comments


Death to false metal?

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nathantownsend95
February 25th 2014
23 Comments


yeah this is really good

Duckman118
February 25th 2014
369 Comments


Oui indeed. Good song, gonna be jamming this album hard while playing Titanfall next month.

guitarnater
February 25th 2014
917 Comments


This is vomit.

Durrzo
February 25th 2014
1197 Comments


Not bad, album is shaping up to be solid, I can't say I'm excited but I'll check it out.

ASnideReturns
February 25th 2014
5942 Comments


This song's already one of my favorites of 2014

FearThyEvil
February 25th 2014
13312 Comments


that means it's shit then

ASnideReturns
February 25th 2014
5942 Comments


I missed you too buddy.

MegaJake1024
February 25th 2014
804 Comments


Welcome back Snide. Song's alright. Hoping there's something more along the lines of "This I Know." That song's chorus is boss like no other.

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ASnideReturns
February 25th 2014
5942 Comments


Thanks man. Honestly, it seems like Demon Hunter just keeps progressively getting better with each release. They've always been strong with softer songs like this though.

CK
February 25th 2014
5901 Comments


The World is a Thorn and Storm The Gates of Hell weren't all that good, though

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Toondude10
February 25th 2014
6552 Comments


Fuck the hell yes... :D

NonApplicable
February 25th 2014
2115 Comments


Are Demon hunter albums full of heavier tracks like the last single? Not really enjoying this one.

Scoot
February 26th 2014
18197 Comments


tfu bitch

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SlMBOLlC
February 26th 2014
5325 Comments


snide sniding hard

SepticReAnimate
February 26th 2014
188 Comments


bored as fuck by 0:43

MasBarHigeuoris21
February 26th 2014
1660 Comments


Good song. Will have to check it out

Progger6009
February 26th 2014
1131 Comments


Its pretty decent, but they are starting to sound a lot like soilwork. Soooo idk this album just might be a ripoff.

IleftyspankedU
February 26th 2014
734 Comments


Are Demon hunter albums full of heavier tracks like the last single? Not really enjoying this one.

Pretty much 50/50

ASnideReturns
February 26th 2014
5942 Comments


I honestly enjoy Demon Hunter's softer tracks more.



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