New Fallujah Song/EP

2013-03-06 by demon of surveillance | 23 Comments
Technical/progressive death metal band Fallujah has released a new song titled "Dead Sea"
from their upcoming EP Nomadic. The album will be released digitally through Bandcamp
and iTunes on April 2nd.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1I2_b6K_2_Y

Tagged: Fallujah

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TheKeywork
March 6th 2013
19 Comments


I wonder if their name is inspired by the planet from Star Wars.

Mickeymau5
March 6th 2013
1614 Comments


Or maybe the city in Iraq ^

Slays the faceless

J0ckstrapsFTW
March 6th 2013
3718 Comments


It comes from the planet on star wars

This is pretty sick

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Evreaia
March 6th 2013
4898 Comments


stoked

FrozenVain
March 6th 2013
2960 Comments


It's good fo' sho', but not as good as something from The Harvest Wombs.
Or maybe it is...i dunno

MikeC26
March 6th 2013
3373 Comments


this band kicks ass man

Madbutcher3
March 6th 2013
1983 Comments


The vocals are terrible, worse than The Harvest Worms fo' sho'

ManintheBox
March 6th 2013
891 Comments


Holy shit that was awesome, I don't remember their debut being that good..i might have to re listen.

YUJOS
March 6th 2013
1004 Comments


"It's good fo' sho', but not as good as something from The Harvest Wombs" , yeap.

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MadMikeLove
March 6th 2013
906 Comments


i would preorder it but there's no option for a physical copy. just download. What band does that? song was good.

ConsumerOfNut
March 6th 2013
325 Comments


I personally liked this more than what I heard off The Harvest Wombs. The atmospheric parts weren't as laughably boring.

TheNotrap
March 6th 2013
8641 Comments


Song's nice.


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climactic
March 6th 2013
22302 Comments


this is killer

demon of surveillance
March 6th 2013
917 Comments


"I wonder if their name is inspired by the planet from Star Wars."

Are you kidding me?

Dromasta
March 6th 2013
113 Comments


Wow. I'm impressed.

bloc
March 6th 2013
45279 Comments


Liking the album art.

Surprisingly decent song. Really liking the atmospherics.

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shepaintedfire
March 6th 2013
63 Comments


awesome

demon of surveillance
March 7th 2013
917 Comments


The vocalist made a long post on the band's tumblr about how he wanted to actually make the lyrics something personal rather than the random thesaurus words most extreme metal bands use nowadays. It was pretty interesting.

RodTFD
March 7th 2013
102 Comments


not that fond of vocals. but wow great otherwise.

RodTFD
March 7th 2013
102 Comments


was harvest wombs any good?

NonApplicable
March 7th 2013
2471 Comments


Those vocals are pretty intrusive IMO.

CrimsonLies
March 7th 2013
2578 Comments


Songs okay, looking forward to this though

RenegaDrifter
March 9th 2013
258 Comments


Bandcamp! Cool I'm getting it! (:

Yeah I'm pre-ordering this hardcore



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