New Andrew Jackson Jihad Track

2014-03-18 by XingKing | 22 Comments
Phoenix folk-punk band Andrew Jackson Jihad have released a new song entitled "Children of God". The song is taken from their fifth record, "Christmas Island", due to be released on May 6th via SideOneDummy Records.


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Kris.
March 18th 2014
12854 Comments


fucking hyyypppeeeeee
this will be amazing

FearTomorrow
March 18th 2014
1827 Comments


fuck
yes

Kris.
March 18th 2014
12854 Comments


need it to be payday so i can preorder

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
March 18th 2014
20806 Comments


sweet

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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
March 18th 2014
51563 Comments


Band is so borderline for me

FearTomorrow
March 18th 2014
1827 Comments


this song is so good

Kris.
March 18th 2014
12854 Comments


rob youre disappointing me and i dont like it

Scoot
March 18th 2014
18257 Comments


self hate music gods

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Ryus
March 18th 2014
9580 Comments


good band

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Veldin
March 18th 2014
2436 Comments


Didn't know about this. keeewwllll

ABjordanMM
March 18th 2014
1507 Comments


Was decent. I think i liked most of the tracks on knife man better than it though : /

Schizophrenik
March 18th 2014
845 Comments


stoked

AdolfChrist
March 19th 2014
2006 Comments


would be better without the layered vocals.

Italianjesusfootball
March 19th 2014
288 Comments


yes yes yes yes yes yes

Curse.
March 19th 2014
8037 Comments


I'm never going to get anything out of these guys

SpinLightTwo
March 19th 2014
1045 Comments


The lyrics were pretty campy as usual but it seemed a lot more cryptic than anything on Knifeman. I
cannot wait to see what this record is going to sound like.

Cappa
March 19th 2014
132 Comments


errr, this isn't even heavy.

Cappa
March 19th 2014
132 Comments


Okay, forget about it not being heavy. I kid about that. But, I simply cannot fathom how anyone could enjoy this tripe. It's just rubbish. No technically, no substance, just dorm room nonsense from people who lack all sorts of experience to be considered serious musicians or serious anything..

Cappa
March 19th 2014
132 Comments


Nevermind, I've thought about it some more. I guess people just like different things. For the life of me I don't understand the appeal but to each their own I guess.

SpinLightTwo
March 19th 2014
1045 Comments


Pretty much.


Schizophrenik
March 20th 2014
845 Comments


a band with the name Andrew Jackson Jihad should definitely not be overanalyzed.

Spluger
March 31st 2014
1198 Comments


You're either down with these guys or your not it seems. I thought they were pretty meh when I heard Knife Man 3 years ago but I've been jamming that album like crazy lately. Looking forward to this



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