Elitist Sign To Equal Vision

2014-04-22 by OwMySnauze | 18 Comments
Self searching metal band Elitist have announced via their Facebook page that they have signed to Equal Vision
Records and they plan to release their as of now untitled upcoming album later this year.

http://www.facebook.com/elitistband

Tagged: Elitist

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GuyFieri
April 22nd 2014
38 Comments


"self-searching" wat

Winsomniac
April 22nd 2014
8144 Comments


"http://www.facebook.com/elitist"



I fucking lol'd.

TheMetalLifer
April 22nd 2014
52 Comments


lol it's supposed to be followed by band not just elitist itself

OwMySnauze
April 22nd 2014
1495 Comments


Fixed lol

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Diamondize
April 22nd 2014
1367 Comments


Band hasn't done anything interesting since Caves in my eyes. Hope their label pushes them a bit.

OwMySnauze
April 22nd 2014
1495 Comments


These guys were on the right path until their Between The Balance EP. It's like they don't know what they want to do with their sound.

Calc
April 22nd 2014
13747 Comments


equal vision rules gotta check the band now

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Diamondize
April 22nd 2014
1367 Comments


Now that I think about it, this is kind of a weird signing for EV. They usually stick to Post-Hardcore and Alt/Indie bands. It's weird seeing a band like Elitist on their roster.

Nocturnal
April 23rd 2014
1329 Comments


Band bringz teh meh.

Mabbitt
April 23rd 2014
1453 Comments


I've never wanted to check this band out because of their name, it just sounds pretentious.

Killerhit
April 23rd 2014
5666 Comments


"self-searching"
"self-searching"
"self-searching"
"self-searching"
"self-searching"
"self-searching"
"self-searching"

dbilidb
April 23rd 2014
109 Comments


'Caves' and 'Between The Balance' are my favorites. I don't know the direction of their new album, but congrats anyway. :]

trilogique21
April 23rd 2014
533 Comments


this band is a total rollercoaster. Caves was great, Earth was shit, Reshape Reason was great, Between the Balance was shit. I guess they're due for a good album now

Pennywise_M
April 23rd 2014
7439 Comments


Band died since Sean Hall left

JeetJeet
April 23rd 2014
1605 Comments


Reshape Reason was godly. Here's to hoping they make another album that good.

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AtomicShane
April 23rd 2014
2102 Comments


fucking sweeeeet

IntoTheFire
April 23rd 2014
94 Comments


"this band is a total rollercoaster. Caves was great, Earth was shit, Reshape Reason was great, Between the Balance was shit. I guess they're due for a good album now"

^lol this. and sean hall wrote like two riffs for them so he's kind of irrelevant unless you're just using him as a reference point for when the band turned to shit.

Pennywise_M
April 23rd 2014
7439 Comments


Yes, i think he hardly participated in the process of writting Earth tbh. I meant that was around the time the band started going downhill. Reshape Reason was still decent though, never got to hear the new one though



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