Deafheaven premiere new song
2014-08-01 by Nikkolae | 130 Comments
A couple weeks back the Black metal/shoegaze pioneers Deafheaven played a new song entitled 'From The Kettle Onto The Coil' at the Pitchfork Music Fest.

'From The Kettle Onto The Coil' is part of the Adult Swim Single Series, with Deafheaven's contribution set for an August 25th release date.

From The Kettle Onto The Coil:




The band have also released live footage of their performances of songs 'Sunbather' and 'Dream House' from the festival, which you can also check out below.

Sunbather:




Dream House:



Tagged: Deafheaven

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nylertickel2
August 1st 2014
174 Comments


Sounds like every song on Sunbather

PunchforPunch
August 1st 2014
6280 Comments


sounds grim bro

laughingman22
August 1st 2014
1911 Comments


that was cool


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Cimnele
August 1st 2014
360 Comments


looking forward to being told how much better this is than an average bedroom black metal demo for the next eighteen months

Epilogue
August 1st 2014
1591 Comments


these guys fucking suck. really no way around it sorry

Mabbitt
August 1st 2014
1377 Comments


I don't really like the way his vocals sound...maybe i'll like it more on the album

Gameofmetal
August 1st 2014
3238 Comments


I dig it. Post black metal shows are weird.

ThyCrossAwaits
August 1st 2014
3058 Comments


say what you want about them, I thoroughly respect George Clarke for his seemingly genuine intensity

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Keyblade
August 1st 2014
15226 Comments


Black metal/shoegaze pioneers

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beefshoes
August 1st 2014
4314 Comments


Sounds like every song on Sunbather [2]
The drums sound identical to Sunbather's.
The song isn't bad though, but it isn't amazing.

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Futures
August 1st 2014
12077 Comments


Black metal/shoegaze pioneers

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Slut
August 1st 2014
2476 Comments


This thread is doomed

Zackkkk
August 1st 2014
84 Comments


I love their albums, but these guys do suck live. At least at this performance. Also, the singer has always been super awkward looking.

trackbytrackreviews
August 1st 2014
1715 Comments


Sunbather Pt. 2

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Futures
August 1st 2014
12077 Comments


Slack Petal/Bhoegaze Mioneers

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 1st 2014
18869 Comments


man that guys vocals suck a lot

maybe thats why they mix them so low on their albums

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FadedSun
August 1st 2014
1304 Comments


Wow. I'm so glad I didn't pay to see this band a few months back.

wwf
August 1st 2014
935 Comments


Premiering songs live is such a bad ideas for these guys

And it's crazy how quickly they're going to go from being praised for carving out a great sound on their debut to being criticized for not changing it enough

Epilogue
August 1st 2014
1591 Comments


their sound on sunbather was so contrived and sugar coated anyone with a true sense of musical ingenuity or integrity would immediately recognize how much "DFHVN" is a trendy rip off from other bands pages.

wwf
August 1st 2014
935 Comments


Pardon me, but you wouldn't happen to be saying that Pitchfork isn't an expert on all things black metal?

Epilogue
August 1st 2014
1591 Comments


experts on nothing but giving bloated scores to shit albums that their putrid readership would of course devour

wwf
August 1st 2014
935 Comments


lol edgy

Ignimbrite
August 1st 2014
5464 Comments


their sound on sunbather was so contrived and sugar coated anyone with a true sense of musical ingenuity or integrity would immediately recognize how much "DFHVN" is a trendy rip off from other bands pages.


You are so musically enlightened and elite. How does one become as kvlt as you?

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climactic
August 1st 2014
19841 Comments


does sound like a sunbather b-side. theyll need to switch up their formula a bit to stay relevant/interesting.

Epilogue
August 1st 2014
1591 Comments


you dont. you just listen to music you like that shapes your perspective and then give your opinions
on a music site such as this, moron.

emester
August 1st 2014
4229 Comments


jam Black Monolith instead of this

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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 1st 2014
18869 Comments


i think the reason people are so heavily against this band is because theres no real reason why they are as popular as they are.

1. they arent unique (there are a lot of bands that did what they do way before they did)

2. those bands that did it before them did it better. hell by the time roads to judah came out lantlos had already done that style better AND moved onto different things (and thats just one example)

3. their fanbase doesnt recognize any of this. because of the crowd they appeal to (this, for lack of a better word because i hate using it, "hipster" crowd who are trying to appropriate outsider music culture for a multitude of different reasons) dont really care about the history that led up to this band forming, so they tend to think that they are the first and the best at it, and because they play metal, a subculture that is violently opposed to appropriation by outside sources, they get tons of shit all the time.

i dont think this band is really any good, but i dont actively hate them (i honestly dont care about them at all). but there are reasons who they get all the shit they do.

iswimfast
August 1st 2014
1340 Comments


yea but i enjoyed sunbather

Phlegm
August 1st 2014
5382 Comments


agreed w/hyp

eternium
August 1st 2014
16338 Comments


Yes, Deafheaven is part of a movement that has its beginnings back with Weakling (both bands are from San Fran and this was very centered on the West Coast before it spread to Europe).

Still, I absolutely love Deafheaven and no doubt that is largely due to my listening to shoegaze, screamo, and black metal.

zaruyache
August 1st 2014
7261 Comments


.neon is overrated. SunBatHer is overhyped (but still good). DFHVN play a style of music that isn't really meant for large crowds like this, so of course the whole thing is going to seem weird.

I think they still have room to grow without abandoning the whole blackgaze thing; they said years back while they were touring/writing for Sunbather that they'd written a >15 minute song (which probably got broken up into a track and interlude), so they can definitely stretch their songs out a bit if they feel like it. And they could always go for a more raw approach, if the shiny reverb guitars start to sound too samey.

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Taxt
August 1st 2014
675 Comments


Gross, the audio quality is horrible, not even worth listening to.
I'll wait for the studio version

BMDrummer
August 1st 2014
9456 Comments


0:48 drummer face

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YakNips
August 1st 2014
12829 Comments


"their sound on sunbather was so contrived and sugar coated anyone with a true sense of musical ingenuity or integrity would immediately recognize how much "DFHVN" is a trendy rip off from other bands pages."

wow

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itchybutthole
August 1st 2014
2562 Comments


shitty sound quality ,cant really judge the song tbh

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Balerion
August 1st 2014
579 Comments


song sounds like it could be really cool. waiting for that studio version

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PunchforPunch
August 1st 2014
6280 Comments


"their sound on sunbather was so contrived and sugar coated anyone with a true sense of musical ingenuity or integrity would immediately recognize how much "DFHVN" is a trendy rip off from other bands pages."

very euphoric

Grizzlypyro
August 1st 2014
183 Comments


Weird, I heard this on the live stream and sounded a lot better, these cut up videos have way worse sound quality. Also hella excited for the studio release of this.

ConcubinaryCode
August 1st 2014
2169 Comments


These guys are almost as polarizing as BTBAM. I liked it personally but I'm not going to listen to it often.

Grizzlypyro
August 1st 2014
183 Comments


Also people need to calm down. Yeah it's not groundbreaking but good music is good music.

TheSpirit
August 1st 2014
17990 Comments


I was getting hype over all these comments then I realized I'm not even a deafheaven fan, I'm a fan of Sunbather. This song was okay.

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GuanoBumbershoot
August 1st 2014
1463 Comments


I dunno...seems ight.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 1st 2014
31492 Comments


Excuse me while I completely rewrite this article

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MyNameIsPencil
August 1st 2014
667 Comments


I'm sure it sounds better recorded rather than live

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Amphoteric
August 1st 2014
2014 Comments


Sounds like his voice is already starting to go..

leviegalapon
August 1st 2014
29 Comments


Personally I thought it was more melodic than anything else on Sunbather. That awesome riff at 1:52 surprised me a lot. Its kind of odd that people expect them to sound more different than they did on Sunbather. You just can't expect a band to jump genres between albums.

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Amphoteric
August 1st 2014
2014 Comments


"You just can't expect a band to jump genres between albums."

There are lots of bands that do this though.

bach
August 1st 2014
13058 Comments


this slaps hard

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17WordHaiku
August 1st 2014
165 Comments


the sound is terrible. you can barely hear the guitars and when you can they sound like mud. his vocals are all right. maybe all the touring has taken its toll. they should wind down a bit and take some time off. i saw them with pallbearer last june and it was really something. they both sounded incredible.

someguest
August 1st 2014
21205 Comments


I thought the live vocals were great. They seem to have a bit more edge to them in a live setting.

auberginedreams
August 1st 2014
6066 Comments


i love this band but his vocals sound weird live. probably because he puts so much distortion and reverb on his voice in the studio that you can't even hear his actual voice anymore on the recording.

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Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 1st 2014
31492 Comments


Singer certainly has some stage moves alright

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 1st 2014
18869 Comments


the best part of their live videos is always the crowd, its endlessly entertaining

that "pit" is pretty sick

someguest
August 1st 2014
21205 Comments


Man, you and Deviant sure are hardasses. I've bet you've laid out more kids at shows than your average white boy.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 1st 2014
31492 Comments


Glo-sticks are a hell of a weapon

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 1st 2014
18869 Comments


i tripped over these guys sitting in a circle smoking a j at an enslaved concert one time

i said my bad and they were like "its cool bro"

sixdegrees
August 1st 2014
17564 Comments


much, much, much more evil than anything amde by burzum [2]

PistolPete
August 1st 2014
3644 Comments


Lol, I love how polished and preppy they look for being a partially black metal influenced band

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erizen826
August 1st 2014
607 Comments


That pit was so fucking awkward. Deafheaven makes me want to chill, not bash people senseless and flail about.

Wizard
August 1st 2014
19612 Comments


I used to hate on these guys and now I they speak to me.

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someguest
August 1st 2014
21205 Comments


Lol, I love how polished and preppy they look for being a partially black metal influenced band


You're missing the point entirely.

Inveigh
August 1st 2014
25106 Comments


this band is pretty good once i get past the disgusting sputnik/internet/hipster hype train. i hate Steven Hyden posting this as his favorite record of the year and proudly displaying his love for "black metal" because of it lol

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UnderJOath
August 1st 2014
77 Comments


I didn't care for these guys until I saw them live. No one part of a song is really impressive, but the songs as a whole I can appreciate if that makes any fuckin' sense whatsoever.

PistolPete
August 1st 2014
3644 Comments


"You're missing the point entirely."

You're taking my comment too seriously sir.

someguest
August 1st 2014
21205 Comments


You're correct. I've been thinking about that comment since I read it.

Nikkolae
August 1st 2014
4866 Comments


people complaining about bad vocals on a black metal band itt

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SgtPepper
Staff Reviewer
August 1st 2014
4453 Comments


yea but i enjoyed sunbather

yeah, originality and artistry aside, it always comes down to how the music makes you feel. i enjoyed what i heard from
Sunbather, that's all that mattered to me. but you know, i'm an occasional post-metal, black metal listener anyway.

"why did they let hellen keller mix the audio"
lol rob.

sniper
August 1st 2014
19080 Comments


this band actually slays live, and translate their intensity far better in person than in studio, but like nearly all bands that don't play stadium rock, they are incapable of making such magic happen on a huge stage in broad daylight.

GringoSuave89
August 1st 2014
1049 Comments


They are great live, but not in a festival setting. Saw them in this really small bar venue, and it was amazing. Much more them.

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Mabbitt
August 2nd 2014
1377 Comments


I think the reason his vocals bug me is because they're so much louder than everything else, and doesn't really blend in the way black metal vocals usually do

Lowder91bird
August 2nd 2014
537 Comments


I've seen Deafheaven live three times and they were great every single time.

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sniper
August 2nd 2014
19080 Comments


i sometimes wish these dudes had a normal-sized following for a black metal band. the endless cycle of hype/backlash is exhausting, and the association of their name with hordes of rabid, mostly unversed fans and harsh, mostly reactionary critics has made the idea of them far less appealing to me. all the hysteria and hyperbole drowns out the less extreme discussion acknowledging their potential as well as their shortcomings. which is a shame, because they're a capable group of players, and at least to my ears they perform their music with an admirable conviction. they definitely walk on ground broken by other bands before them, but i don't think it's unfair to say they've carved out a nice stylistic identity for themselves somewhere between black metal, hardcore/emo and post-rock, and they definitely satisfy some of those 'needs' for me. they're not the only notable band playing bm/shoegaze/post-rock, but why can't they be just another among many?

krthll1
August 2nd 2014
94 Comments


Deafheaven is amazing at smaller venues. Their show at The Magic Stick in Detroit was beautiful, tight, and intimate for the smaller group of fans that were there. The small feeling makes their sound even more enthralling. Not sure I would ever want to see them live at a huge festival like this. The lead singer really fed off of the close fans at our show and this one seemed more distant due to the length away from the crowd.

Lowder91bird
August 2nd 2014
537 Comments


I have only seen them in small venues so maybe they are just better in smaller venues.

sniper
August 2nd 2014
19080 Comments


floor > stage

weedblunt
August 2nd 2014
558 Comments


yea p much what sniper said

Keyblade
August 2nd 2014
15226 Comments


they definitely walk on ground broken by other bands before them, but i don't think it's unfair to say they've carved out a nice stylistic identity for themselves somewhere between black metal, hardcore/emo and post-rock, and they definitely satisfy some of those 'needs' for me. they're not the only notable band playing bm/shoegaze/post-rock, but why can't they be just another among many?

Because they invented blackgaze in 2013 dude, give respect where it's due

Prince1993
August 2nd 2014
552 Comments


vocals are bit wee weird

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RustCohle
August 2nd 2014
20 Comments


Deafheaven is one of the best bands ever...sputnik loves to hate popular bands...

Phlegm
August 2nd 2014
5382 Comments


haha

Ovrot
August 2nd 2014
10553 Comments


they should do an album on cassette to get back some bm cred

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Keyblade
August 2nd 2014
15226 Comments


Sweet dig Ov

Ovrot
August 2nd 2014
10553 Comments


it does rule

Kman418
August 2nd 2014
11108 Comments


honestly getting so much second hand embarrassment from these vocals

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Amphoteric
August 2nd 2014
2014 Comments


I don't think the words 'Deafheaven' and 'best bands ever' should ever be used in the same sentence again

Ovrot
August 2nd 2014
10553 Comments


Deafheaven is pretty alright but do not compare to some of the best bands ever.

Kman418
August 2nd 2014
11108 Comments


tbh i really love this band but the one thing i love more than them is watching black metal enthusiasts shit themselves over their popularity

Keyblade
August 2nd 2014
15226 Comments


Just watched the Dream House vid, and the vocalist looks and sounds hilarious

Ovrot
August 2nd 2014
10553 Comments


deafheaven and their fans always look so out of place when I see them
like it's some kind of hilarious parody
makes me laugh everytime

dbizzles
August 2nd 2014
322 Comments


I never have been into this type of metal, but really like these guys, especially Sunbather.
I'm not going to sit here and say theyare the best at what they do because I don't know and honestly don't care.
I don't see what's wrong with that.
Just because Sunbather was on my AOTY list last year doesn't mean it needs to be on anybody else's.
Get over it, elitist pricks.

PS I thought this performance was awful.

Makemebad35
August 2nd 2014
763 Comments


It's great

Wolfhorde
August 2nd 2014
13687 Comments


sniper and hype win this thread.

TheSpirit
August 2nd 2014
17990 Comments


they definitely walk on ground broken by other bands before them, but i don't think it's unfair to say they've carved out a nice stylistic identity for themselves somewhere between black metal, hardcore/emo and post-rock, and they definitely satisfy some of those 'needs' for me. they're not the only notable band playing bm/shoegaze/post-rock, but why can't they be just another among many?


agree with this so hard. their sound isn't *entirely* unique, but it is unquestionably their own. i mean, what other bands actually sound like deafheaven? none really. also the best part about all the hate coming their way, is that they probably don't give a fuck. not only because the popularity they've received speaks for itself, but it seems they are enjoying the spotlight while they have it, while not coming off as complete douches.

ShrillYell
August 2nd 2014
256 Comments


i like his vocals live more than on record, less monotonous, more gr1m

ShrillYell
August 2nd 2014
256 Comments


deafheaven is just black metal for people who don't listen to black metal

TheSpirit
August 2nd 2014
17990 Comments


people need to stop saying that ^^^

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 2nd 2014
18869 Comments


i wouldnt even call it black metal if were gonna have a genre fight

its influenced by it no doubt, but it isnt black metal.

Keyblade
August 2nd 2014
15226 Comments


i like his vocals live more than on record, less monotonous, more gr1m

deafheaven is just black metal for people who don't listen to black metal

Lol is this a parody of black metal fans or are you serious?

Epilogue
August 2nd 2014
1591 Comments


so can we wrap this thread up by saying Deafheaven is balls or what

Gwyn.
August 2nd 2014
15272 Comments


While the whole "bm for people who don't like bm" is easy to make fun of and with good reason, I don't really think it's inaccurate, I mean it doesn't really mean they're bad or anything (I don't really have much of an opinion on them one way or another) it just means they have a sound that's very much made to appeal to other sources rather than a core black metal fanbase


Lots of people who don't like any supposedly "real" bm like the band, so

TheSpirit
August 2nd 2014
17990 Comments


that i agree with, but when people say "black metal for non-black metal fans" i feel like it implies the band created a sound based on catering to a certain crowd, which is false

withateethuh
August 2nd 2014
88 Comments


"tbh i really love this band but the one thing i love more than them is watching black metal enthusiasts shit themselves over their popularity"

^^^^^^^^^^^^

DreamAgain
August 2nd 2014
280 Comments


man these guys do not translate live well at ALL based off these videos

North0House2
August 2nd 2014
5880 Comments


The guitarists act like they are bored out of their minds.

But they're rad, so I don't really care.

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MarkvandenBerg
August 3rd 2014
77 Comments


Cant stand this shit!

P.S. Singers face has Serial Killer written all over it!


Wolfhorde
August 3rd 2014
13687 Comments


"i mean, what other bands actually sound like deafheaven? none really. also the best part about all the hate coming their way, is that they probably don't give a fuck. not only because the popularity they've received speaks for itself, but it seems they are enjoying the spotlight while they have it, while not coming off as complete douches"
Which is also quite irrelevant, nobody ever said there's bands EXACTLY like that out there. Just as there's almost no band that sounds EXACTLY like band XY unless it's a complete rip-off. It's never about vastly accurate resemblance, it's about general elements and they way they're implemented. (as has been pointed out by hype)

"i wouldnt even call it black metal if were gonna have a genre fight

its influenced by it no doubt, but it isnt black metal."
This.

"P.S. Singers face has Serial Killer written all over it!"
What an utterly irrelevant and inherently stupid notion.

InsomniacDozer
August 3rd 2014
26 Comments


deafheaven killed it at the magic stick in detroit. seconding that they're best suited for smaller venues.

Thane
August 3rd 2014
2180 Comments


ctrl F black metal
honestly who gives a shit about genres just listen b happy :^B

hiyabootchie
August 3rd 2014
362 Comments


The singer offers no redeemable talent whatsoever.

TheSpirit
August 3rd 2014
17990 Comments


He literally sounds like 95% of all bm vocalists, anyone who says otherwise is trippin.

zaruyache
August 3rd 2014
7261 Comments


I think most bm vocalists are less yappy and more raspy, actually. And there are tons of "black metal + shoegaze" bands out there. Maybe there aren't that many that do deafheaven's straightforward "long-winded blast beat sections + shoegaze" style, but there are bands that still sound similar nonetheless.

Gwyn.
August 3rd 2014
15272 Comments


"that i agree with, but when people say "black metal for non-black metal fans" i feel like it implies the band created a sound based on catering to a certain crowd, which is false"

Yeah, true, I really don't think they set themselves out to become this "Hipster bm" (as some idiots label them) band, they just wanted to make a sound of their own

I think people put too much emphasis in the bm aspect of the band in the first place; They obviously wanted to make something not entirely categorizable, since there's shoegaze, post-rock, hardcore/emo and ambience all over their music, black metal is just a part of it

a big part of it sure but still only a part

TheSpirit
August 3rd 2014
17990 Comments


I agree with that as well

Wolfhorde
August 3rd 2014
13687 Comments


"I think most bm vocalists are less yappy and more raspy, actually. And there are tons of "black metal + shoegaze" bands out there. Maybe there aren't that many that do deafheaven's straightforward "long-winded blast beat sections + shoegaze" style, but there are bands that still sound similar nonetheless."

Agreed on both accounts. I think the vocals here have something screamo-esque because of that quality. And I think Matt pretty much pointed out the same thing as the latter notion with the example of Lantlos.

Tyrael
August 3rd 2014
20946 Comments


'He literally sounds like 95% of all bm vocalists, anyone who says otherwise is trippin.'

a bad version yea

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Amphoteric
August 3rd 2014
2014 Comments


He does not sound like 95% of all black metal vocalists..

Spec
August 3rd 2014
27271 Comments


I like the album but live it just seems so awkward.

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DaKatzPajamas
August 4th 2014
5 Comments


I like the new stuff but I am sure it will sound way better in the actual record.

People care way too much about the band's appearance and compare everything Deafheaven does, to their own typical singular preferences. It's as if you talk about them as celebrities. Just enjoy the music or listen to something else.

danielito19
August 4th 2014
6425 Comments


i'd rather eat rocks than listen to people talk about deafheaven

DungeonBoy
August 4th 2014
309 Comments


Pioneers? what about Alcest?

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Omaha
Staff Reviewer
August 4th 2014
10362 Comments


Y'all will still love this when it comes out on record and you know it

Evreaia
August 4th 2014
4047 Comments


"deafheaven is just black metal for people who don't listen to black metal"

I listen almost exclusively to black metal, with my favourites being Paysage, darkspace and alike.

and I like this band. People act like they are Dimmu Borgir or some other trve shit. Which is getting mighty irritating after a couple of years..



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RoyalImperialGuard
August 4th 2014
1323 Comments


I thought my leggings were pretty tight fitting on me but god damn, that feller over there with the dying cat call has pants that are ridiculously tight. Perhaps, they are cutting off his circulation.

Balerion
August 8th 2014
579 Comments


Sunbather 2014 AOTY back 2 back champ

Scoot
August 22nd 2014
17887 Comments


studio version of this is great

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itchybutthole
August 22nd 2014
2562 Comments


https://soundcloud.com/adultswimsingles/from-the-kettle-to-the-coil/

Rhyme
August 22nd 2014
1154 Comments


they should never try guitar solos ever again

otherwise, i really liked what i heard

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itchybutthole
August 22nd 2014
2562 Comments


jahgreed that solo was weak but ya good song

bach
August 22nd 2014
13058 Comments


song slaps

Balerion
August 22nd 2014
579 Comments


damn literally just submitted news article on that. but yeah song is dope, new vox are fucking killer.



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