New City In The Sea song

2013-03-21 by moshpotatoes | 7 Comments
Metal-Core act "City In The Sea" has released a new single after recently being signed to Sumerian Records.

The new song is Titled "Dead Beliefs" music video can be found in the link below:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHlb2gGhXGw

Tagged: City in the Sea

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Incision
March 21st 2013
86 Comments


Meh pretty bad by sumerian standards

inca829
March 21st 2013
20 Comments


Needs more red light bulbs

moshpotatoes
March 22nd 2013
712 Comments


@Inca haha

moshpotatoes
March 22nd 2013
712 Comments


I like this band, I've been following them since their first EP but I do not think Sumerian Records is a good fit for them.

AtomicShane
March 22nd 2013
2118 Comments


mehhhhh

moshpotatoes
March 22nd 2013
712 Comments


Kinda sucks, I think Sumerian made them change their sound too, they always has an unique sound. They were like August Burns Red but with strong Post Hardcore influences.

KSK1
March 22nd 2013
4102 Comments


Didn't know Steven Stamkos fronted a shitty metalcore band



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