Beheading of a King releases new single

2014-08-09 by DatBeefPudding | 22 Comments
Canadian progressive metalcore outfit Beheading of a King have finally released their first new single in over a year, 'Crown Fragments'.

The song is taken from their upcoming debut full length, Death Throne.

The song can be heard here:



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Dancedrewdance
August 8th 2014
1169 Comments


For Matt m/

DatBeefPudding
August 8th 2014
1563 Comments


i'm not sure if i'm a fan of the new vocals or not... will have to listen more to get a feel for it.

as for matt... still miss the dudes beastly vocals.

FearThyEvil
August 8th 2014
13483 Comments


okay song but the other song they released before this one was better. Vocalist is a nice fit though.

Thunderkat
August 8th 2014
579 Comments


Rip matt

snerefedsav
August 8th 2014
890 Comments


yep also miss matt. not a big fan of the production here. everything sounds so synthetic

GmemberKills
August 8th 2014
1428 Comments


I kinda like this. Rip Matt

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XingKing
August 8th 2014
11130 Comments


Production is pretty lame but that bridge was cool

DatBeefPudding
August 8th 2014
1563 Comments


agreed production kinda sucks compared to quasar

bloc
August 9th 2014
35652 Comments


Not bad. Not unique whatsoever, but they do it well

MarkTheDead
August 9th 2014
690 Comments


Still miss the homie. Salut mon chum, pour vous ce soir.

Still have their edge, good stuff.

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Dancedrewdance
August 9th 2014
1169 Comments


Yeah it's not great production but maybe when the album is complete this tune will sound more chrisp

Colliiiin
August 9th 2014
677 Comments


I got to 1:10

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manicmonkey
August 9th 2014
466 Comments


Doesn't compare to Handcrafted or Quasar. I have a feeling this album will be a bit of a letdown

Dancedrewdance
August 9th 2014
1169 Comments


If you expect anything they do to be on par with quasar you will be let down overytim

Spec
August 9th 2014
28856 Comments


Was it a different vocalist on Handcrafted?

manicmonkey
August 9th 2014
466 Comments


I thought Handcrafted was better than a couple songs on Quasar so I wasn't let down overytim

ReAnimator
August 9th 2014
345 Comments


I dig it. It doesn't have the chair-smashing groove of a lot of Quasar, but it's pretty great nonetheless

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Dancedrewdance
August 10th 2014
1169 Comments


Overytim

DatBeefPudding
August 11th 2014
1563 Comments


overytim [3]

Damus
August 11th 2014
518 Comments


oh another band with video game movie poster album art

DatBeefPudding
August 11th 2014
1563 Comments


what are you talking about?

xiLeadFeather
August 14th 2014
120 Comments


Reminds me of I, The Breather. But still, this brand of metal isn't interesting enough anymore. Respect for what they're
doing though.

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