New I See Stars song

2016-05-14 by GregoriusV | 24 Comments
Electronic hardcore band I See Stars have released a new single, titled "Running With Scissors." It is their second track since the departure of screamer/keyboardist Zack Johnson and rhythm guitarist Jimmy Gregerson last year.

The band also announced their new album, Treehouse, is scheduled to be released on June 17th. The tracklisting is as follows:

1. "Calm Snow"
2. "Break"
3. "White Lies"
4. "Everybody's Safe in the Treehouse"
5. "Running with Scissors"
6. "Mobbin' Out"
7. "Walking on Gravestones"
8. "Light in the Cave"
9. "All In"
10. "Two Hearted"
11. "Portals"
12. "Yellow King"

The new track, "Running with Scissors", is available on YouTube. You can listen to it here:


Tagged: I See Stars

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grindcorecore
May 14th 2016
616 Comments


band still sucks

LoLifant
May 14th 2016
1258 Comments


isn't this the band which got sued for some drug blablah

grindcorecore
May 14th 2016
616 Comments


they got caught with hallucinogens i think

William21
May 14th 2016
169 Comments


This isn't too bad, but I'm wondering why they let go two of their members because the quality of the music seems quite off from what New Demons was. It's like they're screwing themselves...

Beardog
May 14th 2016
1600 Comments


way worse than new demons, really sucks they left let go of the screamer, he was really good and did all the cool synthy stuff

GregoriusV
May 14th 2016
21 Comments


I was also really disappointed when I found out about Zach leaving. But I just can't help singing along to the chorus of this song, for it is so mindblowingly good.

[In fact, it blew my mind that much that I had to finally create an account here just to post this song in the news :-) ]

I think that this album will be a slow and calm record, contrary to New Demons' bombardment. And I can only hope that afterwards Devin will realise his mistake and bring Zach back.

clander270
May 14th 2016
381 Comments


This band has always sucked, there should be no reason to be listening to this past 16 years old

xpaincakex
May 14th 2016
258 Comments


Band sucks now without screamer. Digital Renegade was their best album

Gameofmetal
Staff Reviewer
May 14th 2016
10178 Comments


not feeling this at all and what is this video lol

dfevil085
May 14th 2016
931 Comments


Chorus was pretty good, don't really care for the rest.

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NewBallistics
May 14th 2016
747 Comments


Lol still makes me laugh that the majority of people in this band dropped high school to play this shit.

GregoriusV
May 14th 2016
21 Comments


I can see that quite a lot of people on Sputnik don't adore ISS too much. But IMHO New Demons was a really solid effort.

Also, when I was writing this news article, I was considering changing the name to "I See Stars goes Postal". Would this be accepted as a good joke?

2InchDethWish
May 14th 2016
241 Comments


Band has always been a fuckin abortion

Snide
May 14th 2016
7050 Comments


Catchy as tits.
I like this and the previous single more than all of New Demons.

Thealwaysopenedmind
May 14th 2016
634 Comments


BOOOOOOOOOOOOORIIIIIIIIIIIINGAAAAAAAH!

Snide
May 14th 2016
7050 Comments


Yeah I really think this is catchier than most of New Demons, production's better too.

BlueSwan
May 14th 2016
557 Comments


bands still good

Aftertheascension
May 14th 2016
3565 Comments


really good song.

ZachNyeScienceGuy
May 14th 2016
149 Comments


I think these last two songs are the best the band has ever released. It's less disjointed. I like the more EDM focused sound they're going for, with the metal portions being delegated to dub-step bass drops. It's different and it flows better than the straight metal and EDM fusion they had in New Demons.

Sinternet
May 14th 2016
14836 Comments


so i could take the first single alright but this is dire

band needs to either go back to mediocre risecore or go electro/progressive house like Breathe Carolina did, because at this point their just drowning everything out until it sounds so messy and unstomachable

iGuter
May 15th 2016
404 Comments


Nah New Demons was their height. The only band who knew how to implement metalcore and electronic together. It took a while and then the album happened. Nobody shold say Attack Attack did it well because they didn't. They tried and failed. New Demons had what it took. However, I'm dissapointed that this band wants to focus more on the catchy choruses rather than the overall music.

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MillionDead
May 15th 2016
770 Comments


Ehhh

Oxygen47
May 15th 2016
5 Comments


Their teaming up with Sturgis and Celldweller on New Demons kind of set the bar too high for anything they are doing without them... For the love of god, do not A/B this with a New Demons track because the production difference is just saddening

bloc
May 15th 2016
44274 Comments


Not bad, I'll definitely be checking out the new album. I miss the screams though.

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