The Used Post Video

2013-03-19 by andcas | 20 Comments
The Used have released a music video for "Hands And Faces" from their Vulnerable album.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tQBDWwnOuE

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Mabbitt
March 19th 2013
1584 Comments


It came out a year ago....

I was hoping they'd make a video for Shine or This Fire...

Video is weird, but I guess I'm not surprised. It's called Hands and Faces after all, I should have expected a bunch of hands covering faces.

CutMan
March 19th 2013
1918 Comments


Hey, cool, one of my favorite tracks.

ThomasTheCure
March 20th 2013
331 Comments


this is pretty easily the best track from this album, imo, so i can't argue with the song choice, but why even bother trying to promote this album still?

henryChinaski
March 20th 2013
3883 Comments


All their songs sound the same.

Digging: Kiasmos - Blurred EP

blacktheripper
March 20th 2013
722 Comments


surprisingly solid

johnnydeking29
March 20th 2013
11424 Comments


This is a brill song

paxman
March 20th 2013
4084 Comments


Ok

Apollo
March 20th 2013
10670 Comments


I miss when this band was good. Back in 2002 s/t was awesome.

HomerPimpson
March 20th 2013
261 Comments


the album before this = severely underrated

Calc
Contributing Reviewer
March 20th 2013
15793 Comments


so much acne after this video was made I bet..

VisceralUproar
March 20th 2013
161 Comments


I don't know what you guys are talking about, Bert has still got it. I saw the Used on their most recent tour and they slayed.

VisceralUproar
March 20th 2013
161 Comments


Definitely. "Taste of Ink" and "I Caught Fire" as well as other old tracks were very well done.

Progger6009
March 21st 2013
1144 Comments


"the album before this = severely underrated"

No way, it was pointless and thats just it.

joshieboy12345
March 21st 2013
5401 Comments


Not bad.

Digging: Polaris (AUS) - The Mortal Coil

Mabbitt
March 21st 2013
1584 Comments


Artwork has good tracks but I feel like it was one of those albums that just kind of came and went

CutMan
March 21st 2013
1918 Comments


In Love And Death was not that good. It was inconsistent and kinda messy.

All their albums have been good. Some have been growers, some have been inconsistent, but they're a decent band.

Crymsonblaze
March 21st 2013
8219 Comments


"In Love And Death was inconsistent and kinda messy."

agreed hard

i really like that album, but man the tonal shifts are ridiculous

haven't listened to vulnerable yet

honestly i think i like artwork the best out of any of their albums. feels the most cohesive

Crymsonblaze
March 21st 2013
8219 Comments


i really don't like sound effects and overdramatics, but otherwise i agree that they're all good songs. i just don't think the album flows well as a whole, especially the second half

CutMan
March 23rd 2013
1918 Comments


Your nostalgia blinds you, andcas.

Calc
Contributing Reviewer
March 23rd 2013
15793 Comments


a lot of the songs are really fun to play on guitar too.



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