The Word Alive premiere new song
2014-06-05 by Drubbi | 37 Comments

Metalcore band The Word Alive have premiered a new track off of their upcoming album
Real, entitled 'Glass Castle'.

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nononsense
June 5th 2014

3365 Comments


This song's all over the place. This band has always had potential but have never been able to capitalize on it. Their lead
guitarist obviously has some skill.

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Durrzo
June 5th 2014

1100 Comments


Another meh song from another meh album.

BillClinton
June 5th 2014

116 Comments


Not bad. Best song so far. This band has some talent but for some reason can't mix it together right.

chug73
June 5th 2014

990 Comments


Compared to the first single this is a huge step in the right direction, hoping it only gets better from here.
That breakdown was fucking terrible though.

Bengweeen
June 5th 2014

89 Comments


Guitarist is soooo dang good.

Betray
June 5th 2014

2754 Comments


this album/band really sucks now

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Dancedrewdance
June 5th 2014

464 Comments


will be better than life cycles


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Betray
June 5th 2014

2754 Comments


it's not tbh

J0ckstrapsFTW
June 5th 2014

3652 Comments


ehhh the guitarist can obviously play but everyone else is pretty bland

titanslayer
June 5th 2014

1624 Comments


guitarist is wasting his potential

Fieryfenderz
June 5th 2014

1437 Comments


I think Tyler can be a good vocalist but he's sticking to some pretty generic stuff. Having seen them live a few times I know he's much better than the shit he puts on record.

GreyShadow
June 5th 2014

452 Comments


album sucks. instrumentals slay though

OwMySnauze
June 5th 2014

961 Comments


It was...okay

CrimsonLies
June 5th 2014

2020 Comments


Terrible

TJM1992
June 5th 2014

17 Comments


Song and album rule

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OverSlyZed
June 5th 2014

125 Comments


The album is leaked for a week now...

Betray
June 5th 2014

2754 Comments


[2]

slikphuk
June 5th 2014

41 Comments


shit is shit. guitartist should leave

botb
June 5th 2014

9655 Comments


people actually care about this band?

chug73
June 5th 2014

990 Comments


shoot us all down

moshpotatoes
June 5th 2014

542 Comments


I kinda like it. It's like a mix of Deceiver and Life Cycles.

moshpotatoes
June 5th 2014

542 Comments


"I think Tyler can be a good vocalist but he's sticking to some pretty generic stuff. Having seen them live a few times I know he's much better than the shit he puts on record."

I agree with this so hard. It's like they focus on having a good live performance too much that he purposely makes his vocals mediocre just so he can pull it off live.

dawija1017
June 5th 2014

555 Comments


This is why I don't like "metalcore" bands....their capacity for creativity is limited by the generic song structures

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weedblunt
June 6th 2014

558 Comments


both guitarists are pretty decent

Thunderkat
June 6th 2014

531 Comments


Lame

MrMatt767
June 6th 2014

170 Comments


I feel like all the musicians in this band are definitely competent, but they consistently confine themselves to generic metalcore that serves only to dampen the musical ability they could display. Song is pretty bad...

chug73
June 6th 2014

990 Comments


I royally forgot Luke Holland is drumming for them these days. Great drummer.

FearThyEvil
June 6th 2014

12501 Comments


this band is so fucking bad

MegaJake1024
June 6th 2014

718 Comments


Song isn't good, but the album rules. For those of you talking about Telle not overextending himself, he definitely lets loose on this album, just not in any of the tracks they've released. Play the victim is okay, but the other three tracks they've released are 3 of the 4 worst tracks on the record.

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ellagos
June 6th 2014

99 Comments


This isn't fantastic but it's the best I've heard from these guys in a long time

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xpaincakex
June 6th 2014

158 Comments


This isn't fantastic but it's the best I've heard from these guys in a long time [2]


Yea, they have the talent but they waste it on this stupid generic shit, are they signed to Rise or something lol?

MuhNamesTyler
June 6th 2014

3890 Comments


Well the guitar was kinda cool. Everything else was poop

Bengweeen
June 6th 2014

89 Comments


Lyrics on this album are sooo bad.

Betray
June 6th 2014

2754 Comments


"Yea, they have the talent but they waste it on this stupid generic shit, are they signed to Rise or something lol?"

Fearless

Betray
June 6th 2014

2754 Comments


Produced by Cameron Mizell so

DatBeefPudding
June 6th 2014

1301 Comments


this actually is mastered/mixed terribly. holy shit

Dancedrewdance
June 7th 2014

464 Comments


Okay I listened and it's a little better than life cycles



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