The Color Morale stream new LP
2014-08-26 by ZachNyeScienceGuy | 29 Comments
Post hardcore band The Color Morale are currently streaming their new album Hold on Pain Ends exclusively on Pandora.

The stream can be found here:
http://pdora.co/1pR4cQx

Hold on Pain Ends will be released on September 2nd and is available for pre-order now.

You can check the band out here:
https://www.facebook.com/thecolormorale


Tagged: The Color Morale

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Devastator
August 25th 2014
2513 Comments


How bout no with those harsh vocals.

ZachNyeScienceGuy
August 25th 2014
31 Comments


Yeah, was pleasantly surprised that 5 songs just dropped screams entirely. Definitely changed my view of some of the record.

nononsense
August 25th 2014
3431 Comments


He should never have changed his screaming style. Soooo bad now.

ZachNyeScienceGuy
August 25th 2014
31 Comments


Agreed these screams are a big no.

SteveRogers
August 25th 2014
190 Comments


Pretty boring stuff here.

OwMySnauze
August 25th 2014
1117 Comments


We All Have Demons is their best effort.

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moshpotatoes
August 25th 2014
610 Comments


lol he sounds like Spongebob squarepants screaming

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snerefedsav
August 25th 2014
853 Comments


they should just let their guitarist or whoever it is be the only one who screams. or steal dave stephens from wcar

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moshpotatoes
August 25th 2014
610 Comments


The album sounds great tho


MuhNamesTyler
August 25th 2014
4444 Comments


Judging from the comments I guess this guy still sounds like a pissed off kid goin though puberty, such a shame too cause I really liked these guys before, thought he utilized his cleans better before too

It honestly just pisses me off that they don't hire/get some random dude to pull of some decent harsh vox

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nononsense
August 25th 2014
3431 Comments


If he would go back to his old screaming style this would be just fine.

MuhNamesTyler
August 25th 2014
4444 Comments


or that

icatchthirtythree
August 25th 2014
357 Comments


he wrecked his voice with his old style of screams which is why he switched over

nononsense
August 25th 2014
3431 Comments


Oh, well that's unfortunate.

Bengweeen
August 26th 2014
108 Comments


that's new true. he switched because he thinks this new scream is more "real" and "genuine". I think it's dumb, but whatever

cliiint
August 26th 2014
674 Comments


does he still sound exactly like jonny craig?

ILJ
August 26th 2014
6744 Comments


he switched because he couldn't do the harsh vox and clean vox live without fucking it all up. so he decided to make his harsh vox sound like butts so that people wouldn't think that he's total ass live. so now people just think he's total ass in general.

Durrzo
August 26th 2014
1137 Comments


Really loathe his harsh vocals. He would be doing himself and everyone else a huge favor if he just sang full time. He's good at that. On record anyway.

Calc
August 26th 2014
12383 Comments


his clean and his harsh voice both sound shitty now, his cleans in particular are wtf get the marbles outta your mouth..

snerefedsav
August 26th 2014
853 Comments


he's still ass live. it always sounds like he's mad out of breath

Sauce
August 26th 2014
722 Comments


didn't they just release something? band sucks. used to like one of their albums but they suck so bad.

Dancedrewdance
August 26th 2014
1065 Comments


yeah he is awful live...

chesse13
August 26th 2014
4301 Comments


guys there is hope don't give up

MuhNamesTyler
August 26th 2014
4444 Comments


clicking on ur pink txt is funn

chesse13
August 26th 2014
4301 Comments


When I speak IRL it's in pink text

Brontosaurus
August 26th 2014
309 Comments


this band is awesome live, i dont know what you guys are talking about. album-wise, pretty boring however

RyanSmithers
August 26th 2014
81 Comments


Eh, it's hard to stay "in" on this album. I checked out a couple of times. It just sounds all the samey. By the end, I had forgotten most everything I'd heard. It's too bad because I like a lot of their past stuff including Know Hope. They're really "jumped the shark" though with this be positive stuff. It gets really old, really fast. Be sincere and genuine, that's great. But you don't have to write to 14 year olds who haven't grown up yet the whole entire album. All those people will wake up one day and realize "wait, life isn't fair, no one ever said it was, and that's ok. Grow up and go do something with your life." And when they do realize it, they're going to be embarrassed by these cheesy lyrics and Hold On, Pain Ends. It's just so immature. Sorry, I know, I'm just sounding old (I'm 31).

Gameofmetal
August 26th 2014
3764 Comments


The first song sounds nice. Still a little skeptical.

Sharpyyy
August 26th 2014
45 Comments


hopecore is love.



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