New Poison the Well Song

2009-06-08 by Adam Thomas EMERITUS | 24 Comments
"Cinema" off of Poison The Well's The Tropic Rot, due out July 7th, is streaming at http://www.myspace.com/poisonthewell
Tagged: Poison the Well

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xequalscore
June 8th 2009
437 Comments


Damn, I was gonna post this. I unfortunately can't listen to this at work for some reason. What's the verdict?

Also, I thought the album was coming out on June 16. Has the release date been pushed back?

Athom
Emeritus
June 8th 2009
17241 Comments


It's ok. It's been pushed back.

xequalscore
June 8th 2009
437 Comments


Well that sucks. At least the song is decent.

bamfe9
June 8th 2009
25 Comments


i like it lots. poison the well never really dissapoint, although that new album cover worries me....

myhigherpie
June 8th 2009
3029 Comments


new song is great.

siked for this album.

xequalscore
June 8th 2009
437 Comments


I think the new cover is pretty sweet.

mastershake2222
June 8th 2009
19 Comments


guitars riffs are chilling.

HipsterHolocaust
June 8th 2009
774 Comments


Poison The Well can do no wrong. Cover art shouldn't be all that important.

bamfe9
June 8th 2009
25 Comments


its not all important. but first impressions do count.

HipsterHolocaust
June 8th 2009
774 Comments


That is why I listen to the music first.

bamfe9
June 8th 2009
25 Comments


downloaded?

HipsterHolocaust
June 8th 2009
774 Comments


Maybe.

Klekticist
June 8th 2009
1263 Comments


haha.

cool, i'll have to check this out

anIadrift
June 8th 2009
33 Comments


I like it a lot. Seems to go back more to the YCBY style with a little hint of Versions thrown in enough to make the song really interesting.

PanasonicYouth
June 8th 2009
7413 Comments


Song is awesome. Looking forward to this album even more.

Yazz_Flute
June 8th 2009
18938 Comments


Pretty good song here.

Infernis
June 8th 2009
398 Comments


Yeah this song has the forwardness of letter thing and some of the melody from it, but the drums are a bit more intense here. Sounds like it'll be a rather varied album. Riffs are awesome in this song too...both lower end tremelo notes and some chilling higher riffs.

blackwater
June 8th 2009
17 Comments


this song actually songs like converge. well, it doesnt sound exactly like old ptw anyways.

xtakenbyforcex
June 9th 2009
55 Comments


Thoroughly enjoying it.

HipsterHolocaust
June 9th 2009
774 Comments


Great band is great

Dolving999
June 9th 2009
1763 Comments


Great! I really enjoyed Versions, despite everyone saying "meh, not enough fast and powerful songs", and I can see Tropic Rot is coming pretty much the same way.

About the cover, you can't blame the boys for trying to add a vintage flavour to it ( got it - cinema - old times)

ShowNoMercy
June 9th 2009
77 Comments


So brutal.

alachlahol
June 9th 2009
7593 Comments


never been a fan of these knob jockeys.

Atlantic11
June 10th 2009
123 Comments


this song makes me wanna dance!



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