New Emarosa Song

2014-04-24 by Tony | 40 Comments
Post-hardcore band Emarosa has returned, releasing a new song titled "Mad" with new vocalist Bradley Walden, the ex-vocalist of Squid the Whale.
The song can be streamed below off Youtube:


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OwMySnauze
April 24th 2014
1586 Comments


Boring instrumentation. For shame.

xpaincakex
April 24th 2014
221 Comments


You're right instrumentation is boring but wow, new guy has a nice voice.

Mort.
April 24th 2014
11507 Comments


emarosa are still around wow

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Diamondize
April 24th 2014
1367 Comments


meh

Clefairy
April 24th 2014
86 Comments


I had no idea they were still making music

StolenIdentity
April 24th 2014
267 Comments


Promising...

MalleusMaleficarum
April 24th 2014
15988 Comments


they've been in hibernation ever since jonnys departure. and this is what they come up with? fml. vocalist is the same typical whiney bullshat.

Azn.
April 24th 2014
5619 Comments


vocalist feels so constrained here; he was such a better fit for the groovy Squid the Whale

Slut
April 24th 2014
4056 Comments


Yeah I thought they were dead

Fieryfenderz
April 24th 2014
1736 Comments


Oh didn't know he was the new vocalist. Squid the Whale rules.

MalleusMaleficarum
April 24th 2014
15988 Comments


doubtful

Azn.
April 24th 2014
5619 Comments


STW is definitely better than this stuff; at least they had their own unique flavoring

MalleusMaleficarum
April 24th 2014
15988 Comments


'stw rules' and 'stw is better than this' is 2 diff things k thx

Mabbitt
April 24th 2014
1488 Comments


On the one hand, it won't alienate Johnny's fans, but on the other, I wish they did something
different. Maybe they'll break this guy in on this album and go all out on the next?

beachdude
Contributing Reviewer
April 24th 2014
793 Comments


Pretty damn good... there's going to be a lot of variety on this album from the live videos I've seen, so this isn't necessarily the best representation of the album as a whole.

TooManyFriends
April 24th 2014
2006 Comments


Song rules

bringthegjaw
April 24th 2014
97 Comments


Digging this so much; also love how the vocals are mixed perfect with the instruments for once.

Thunderkat
April 24th 2014
579 Comments


Instrumentation sounds like Emarosa, not that bad.

moshpotatoes
April 24th 2014
712 Comments


What a beautiful song. I'm excited, Go Emarosa!

henryChinaski
April 25th 2014
3467 Comments


I like it. Looking forward to their new album.

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MuhNamesTyler
April 25th 2014
5723 Comments


Dig the vocals, interested in hearing more

Evreaia
April 25th 2014
4564 Comments


Boring shit instrumentation, cookie-cutter, unoriginal vocalist.

RIP Emarosa, stillbirth.

MegaJake1024
April 25th 2014
827 Comments


Pretty good. New vocalist kicks ass.

Midjicka
April 25th 2014
252 Comments


its okay, the new vocalist is a good replacement for Johnny Craig though. Used to live off the band's second album in high school.

Fantas
April 25th 2014
66 Comments


Love the album art, can actually hear all the instruments, good voice

TooLateToGoBack
April 25th 2014
1942 Comments


actually really enjoyed that.

MalleusMaleficarum
April 25th 2014
15988 Comments


the only thing good about this is how they stuck with the fox theme for their album art.

DropdeadWHA
April 25th 2014
1396 Comments


Simple but sweet.

flabbywhale
April 25th 2014
101 Comments


New vocalist sounds decent

jordanbomb
April 25th 2014
4 Comments


this is a fantastic song

flaffy
April 25th 2014
159 Comments


people still listen to this kind of music?

MisguidedYouth
April 26th 2014
204 Comments


post-hardcore weeknd.

BSX
April 26th 2014
1647 Comments


emarosa are still around wow [2]

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ZachNyeScienceGuy
April 26th 2014
104 Comments


This single is kinda iffy for me, the chorus is what mainly bothers me. It's not really hook-y, and is
a bit off. They have a ton of build up and it really leads to nowhere.

But with the preview songs in the Versus videos and the new ones they played live, I can honestly say
I'm sold, those sound awesome.

BrushedRed
April 27th 2014
2001 Comments


I love it!

Different from their normal stuff but reminds me of Every Avenue. And I like them!

DotEight
April 27th 2014
5701 Comments


I loved This Is Your Way Out. Other than that I couldn't get into them. Mostly because Jonny Craig is a douche nozzle.

marchii
April 28th 2014
20 Comments


A massive step up from their previous release. The focus isn't purely on the vocals this time around.

MalleusMaleficarum
April 28th 2014
15988 Comments


whats the focus on then? theres nothing going on instrumentally. its just background music. that being said, this vocalist isnt terrible. when he pushes, like in the hook, its kinda iffy, but i dig his less strained approach of the verses and bridges

Kronzo
April 28th 2014
1234 Comments


^this hard

I really liked this song, but to be honest I preferred the new Slaves track. It was better produced and the hooks were way catchier even though it just sounds like typical Emarosa. This new track was good too though, excited for both albums

savaah
May 4th 2014
515 Comments


when is this being released?



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