New Betraying The Martyrs Music Video

2014-07-14 by LITERALLY Donald Trump | 22 Comments
Deathcore band Betraying The Martyrs have released a music video for their cover of "Let It Go" from Disney's
Frozen. The song is available on their new album, Phantom, which will be released on July 15th. The
music video can be viewed below.


Tagged: Betraying the Martyrs

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Devastator
July 14th 2014
3302 Comments


The effects on the harsh vocals are just fucking obnoxious.

Sharpyyy
July 14th 2014
81 Comments


okay

nononsense
July 14th 2014
3509 Comments


Holy hell that's horrific.

wwba
July 14th 2014
480 Comments


I like how the verse is heavy and technical as fuck and chorus is beautiful yet the song still works and feels complex
I like these guys!

nononsense
July 14th 2014
3509 Comments


^judging by your reviews you would.

Devastator
July 14th 2014
3302 Comments


The song would be okay but the harsh vocals are terrible, he sounds like he's gargling dicks.

@nononsense obvious troll is obvious.

nononsense
July 14th 2014
3509 Comments


Obviously.

betray
July 14th 2014
9013 Comments


Ugh instrumentally this band is decent as fuck

but if the vocals are like this on the rest of the album it'll ruin it completely

i mean it sounds 'cool' and 'evil' and shit but its an obnoxious amount of effects

TheGreatQ
July 14th 2014
2494 Comments


Yeah the harsh vocals bring this band down

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betray
July 14th 2014
9013 Comments


they're fine on their last album at least he could like achieve that sound live but there's no way he can do this without a retarded amount of studio magic

TheGreatQ
July 14th 2014
2494 Comments


I don't remember liking them on the last album either, but I do remember they were good live.

Or maybe I'm mixing this band up with someone else that's always possible.

TheGreatQ
July 14th 2014
2494 Comments


Ok yeah I just checked and vocals on the first album were good

betray
July 14th 2014
9013 Comments


yeah so idk wtf this shit is

ericu03
July 15th 2014
186 Comments


I don't remember Aaron Matts' vocals sounding like that from Breathe In Life. This cover isn't good, though Jigsaw was decent.

SourAK
July 15th 2014
1628 Comments


I like how the verse is heavy and technical as fuck and chorus is beautiful yet the song still works and feels complex
I like these guys!

Beardog
July 15th 2014
1437 Comments


So much potential

Devastator
July 15th 2014
3302 Comments


His vocals are like that the entire album.

betray
July 15th 2014
9013 Comments


ew dammit

AtomicShane
July 15th 2014
2118 Comments


yep vocals kinda ruin it

Gameofmetal
Staff Reviewer
July 15th 2014
9994 Comments


The music seemed nice but yeah the vocals were not up to par. The effects are just a bad idea.

Arucard
July 16th 2014
581 Comments


And to think Aaron used to be good

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eKU_1HyqVw

c0nf1n3d
July 19th 2014
312 Comments


This was sick. Haha



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