New Old Man's Child Track

2009-02-18 by TeamExcelcior | 19 Comments
Gearing up for their followup to 2005's "Vermin," Old Man's Child have posted the title track from "Slaves of the World" on their unofficial myspace. Have a listen here:
http://www.myspace.com/officialoldmanschild
The lineup features founder and primary songwriter Galder (Dimmu Borgir) and drummer Peter Wildoer (Darkane, ex-Arch Enemy, Pestilence). The album is set to hit streets courtesy of Century Meida in Europe and the United States on May 18th and 19th, respectively.

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Thor
February 18th 2009
10224 Comments


lol the link needs to be fixed it goes to some random guy's profile

Hawks
February 18th 2009
45123 Comments


Finally they're releasing a new album.

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FistfulOfSteel
February 18th 2009
894 Comments


lolink

TeamExcelcior
February 18th 2009
246 Comments


Fixed it. That was strange. Anyway, this doesn't compare to anything off of Vermin. That's my first impression at least. Galder made the wrong choice for a drummer.

Hawks
February 18th 2009
45123 Comments


I think the song rules. Galder's vocals sound a lot more high pitched than they were on Vermin and In Defiance of Existence.

R6Rider
February 18th 2009
5087 Comments


Yes!

masscows
February 18th 2009
2236 Comments


this is going to be awful, will edit this post after listening

lameThis Message Edited On 02.18.09

Wizard
February 18th 2009
20029 Comments


Can't fucking wait. Vermin was so good.

Wizard
February 18th 2009
20029 Comments


Song was good.

Pebster49
February 18th 2009
2998 Comments


I used to like Dimmu a lot better but this song looks like this album is going to be better than Dimmu's last album

masscows
February 18th 2009
2236 Comments


there was one cool part but the intro was lolworthy and the rest of it was just plain unimaginative. The lyrics I could make out were retarded, too.

TeamExcelcior
February 18th 2009
246 Comments


OMC lyrics are always kind of ridiculous. This just sounds way too much like Dimmu Borgir to me. I wouldn't have minded a Vermin Part II to be honest.

Hawks
February 18th 2009
45123 Comments


They're kind of similar to Dimmu Borgir, but they don't sound exactly like them.

LifeFeedsOnLife
February 19th 2009
398 Comments


Wait. Does Dimmu have Galder singing backup on any of their albums? I know Silenoz was on some of the albums, but I haven't heard if Galder did or not...

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TeamExcelcior
February 19th 2009
246 Comments


I don't think so. I was talking about the music more so than the vocals, though. After listening a couple more times, I think the tune is starting to grow on me a little bit. Still it's no "War of Fidelity."

Hawks
February 19th 2009
45123 Comments


No Galder has never done back up vocals for Dimmu.

BornDeadBuriedAlive
February 22nd 2009
421 Comments


That's a pretty kick ass song imo.

Essence
February 22nd 2009
5167 Comments


Didn't like it.

TricksterGRex
February 22nd 2009
2087 Comments


Drums made me lol.



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