The Plot In You Side Project

2014-03-04 by KSK1 | 21 Comments
The Plot In You vocalist, Landon Tewers, has released a song off his upcoming EP "Dead
Kids". The song is titled "Ma and Pa", and the full EP will be available on April 1st.
Listen to "Ma and Pa" here:



Tagged: Landon Tewers

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OneMoreRoland
March 4th 2014
1053 Comments


That was shit.

BonRurgundy
March 4th 2014
358 Comments


Reminds me a lot of the song 'Teeth' by Dead and Divine

Funeralopolis
March 4th 2014
14056 Comments


sucks

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Fantas
March 4th 2014
66 Comments


He's got something against parents man

J0ckstrapsFTW
March 4th 2014
3685 Comments


Lol after his last album he should have gave up

OwMySnauze
March 4th 2014
1675 Comments


He should just go back to Before Their Eyes

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moshpotatoes
March 4th 2014
712 Comments


Isn't The Plot In You itself a side project? This guy is a freaking idiot.

Bengweeen
March 4th 2014
147 Comments


This dude can do any genre he wants. He has a really good creepy rap song called Wet Skin, I recommend that as well. How can you all hate on this so much?

KSK1
March 4th 2014
4102 Comments


Dang I thought some of you guys would dig this. I thought it was different and in a good way. It's certainly weird, but sort of cool.

Bengweeen
March 5th 2014
147 Comments


I agree. Especially coming from the vocalist of a heavy band, this is really impressive.

Spec
March 5th 2014
34672 Comments


Someone in the thread mentioned Dead And Divine. Yes.

oldsoul
March 5th 2014
258 Comments


This is really interesting. Landon's a talented dude, no doubt

titanslayer
March 5th 2014
2713 Comments


The drums are so bad..

karlulol
March 5th 2014
31 Comments


Got to agree with the guy, who said it sounds like Dead And Divine.

BonRurgundy
March 5th 2014
358 Comments


sink 'em in, sink 'em in, c'mon c'mon

TomAkaVeto
March 5th 2014
1932 Comments


"Isn't The Plot In You itself a side project? This guy is a freaking idiot."

Yeah, it started out as his solo side project and it was called Vessels. Then he quit BTE to focus on it because he wanted to make heavier music.

ScarlettPimpernail
March 5th 2014
270 Comments


What am i supposed to feel?

ILJ
March 5th 2014
6941 Comments


Maybe he should write about something other than how much he does not like his parents.

DatBeefPudding
March 5th 2014
1839 Comments


this was interesting.

i dont really like the second half when he's trying to be all creepy and monotone, not my cup of tea.

landon has a really good singing voice tho i will admit

Bengweeen
March 5th 2014
147 Comments


yeah, i wish he would've kept that chill melody going in the 2nd verse

Krossceeper
March 5th 2014
83 Comments


"Dang I thought some of you guys would dig this. I thought it was different and in a good way. It's certainly weird, but sort of cool."

I'm with you on this. It's different and pretty cool, wouldn't have found it if it wasn't for the article, so good job.




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