New Animals As Leaders song
2014-02-27 by MO | 33 Comments

Animals As Leaders have released a second new song titled "Lippincott" from their upcoming album The Joy of Motion, due out March 25th.




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thejared
February 27th 2014

198 Comments


Sounds like everything else they've ever written.

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Omaha
Staff Reviewer
February 27th 2014

10063 Comments


perfect. saw this tune live last night and it was wonderful

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Futures
February 27th 2014

9608 Comments


Damn this rules. Might pre order the vinyl

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erandolph90
February 27th 2014

184 Comments


Definitely like this track over the first one.

Amphoteric
February 27th 2014

1687 Comments


Better than the first track they released, but it's still boring.

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climactic
February 27th 2014

18683 Comments


way better than the other one

OwMySnauze
February 27th 2014

951 Comments


Man those visuals... Awesome.

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MikeC26
February 27th 2014

3172 Comments


Sweet

J0ckstrapsFTW
February 27th 2014

3652 Comments


Yeeeees skeet skeet skeet

brollin
February 27th 2014

22 Comments


Now finally here's a song that might grow on me

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Progger6009
February 27th 2014

1082 Comments


This will be their best album, im calling it.


twlichty
February 27th 2014

3407 Comments


wow this sounds identical to all the songs off the first album. for a band that shreds so hard they really suck at writing a good song

chemicalmarriage
February 27th 2014

1917 Comments


Ready for this to drop already

CaptainDooRight
February 27th 2014

28828 Comments


sucks

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NonApplicable
February 27th 2014

1951 Comments


Sounds like everything else they've ever written

Nope

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BigPleb
February 27th 2014

35906 Comments


Nice stuff.

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FearThyEvil
February 27th 2014

12480 Comments


not bad

bloc
February 27th 2014

34768 Comments


Much better

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meTaLhEadDRummR
February 27th 2014

15 Comments


Even less appealing than "Tooth and Claw."

CrimsonFireCF
February 27th 2014

78 Comments


I like it more than Tooth and Claw.

MO
February 27th 2014

18508 Comments


it definitely sounds more like "them", so to speak

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
February 27th 2014

10063 Comments


Surprised some of you guys think this sounds rehashed- when I listen to the song, I hear everything AAL have been doing right over the years with a newly focused aesthetic. It's technically challenging, but it's so damned groovy too.

Relinquished
February 27th 2014

24919 Comments


video is so fucking good high

got lost in the song too, I think it's great

CalculatingInfinity
February 27th 2014

1565 Comments


Loving this song, definately better than the last one.

Looking forward to this, if the album is the quality of the s/t songwriting wise (IMO the production on it kinda sucks) than I'll be listening to this alot.

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Omaha
Staff Reviewer
February 27th 2014

10063 Comments


yeh i think AAL's production has gotten progressively better

CalculatingInfinity
February 27th 2014

1565 Comments


Yep, production on this rules.

Drummerboy123
February 27th 2014

2340 Comments


Visuals are amazing, production owns however the song ain't that interesting to me :/. Some cool moments here and there like the electronic synth in the background at 1:09 and 2:24 onwards with the solo but too may djenty breakdowns still.

When I first listened to the preview I was hoping for a more toned down chilled out AAL. Who knows it might still pan out that way but too many djuns djuns for me.

Still a good song overall tho.

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TomAkaVeto
February 27th 2014

1624 Comments


"Sounds like everything else they've ever written."

I feel like you've really never listened to them then.


withateethuh
February 27th 2014

81 Comments


Production was the biggest drawback to their first album. I'm also not really a big fan of programmed drums with real guitars, it always sounds off. Their new drummer is absolutely incredible live so I'm excited to hear his contributions this time around.

toolguitarkid
February 27th 2014

261 Comments


saw them in greensboro last night, they played a new song called cascade, and i felt like it was leagues better than the songs theyve released so far, but this is still pretty cool too

sora236
February 27th 2014

156 Comments


Dat title.
I think I know who choose the title name and where they got it from. LMAO
Awesome track though.

peartnoy
February 27th 2014

1170 Comments


I like Tooth and Claw more than this I must say. I still love this though.

KILL
February 27th 2014

71392 Comments


its alright

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