New Destrage Video

2016-10-17 by SitarHero | 14 Comments
Italian Progressive Metal/Weirdcore band have issued a second single and accompanying music video for the song "Don't Stare at the Edge". The song will be on Destrage's upcoming fourth studio LP, A Means To No End, which the follow up to 2014's critically acclaimed Are You Kidding Me? No.. The new album drops on October 21.



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SitarHero
October 17th 2016
6809 Comments


I'm digging this more than the last single, but it's not as reckless as anything on Are You Kidding Me.

vendetta6
October 17th 2016
10 Comments


Definitely better than the first single but yeah, still feels pretty safe for these guys. Something abut the mix on the last one was a bit off too.

LunaticSoul
October 17th 2016
1016 Comments


safe or not, that bit starting at 1:55 that leads to the 2:27 riff is absolutely bonkers

face melting.. holy fuck that's an appropriate image.

I'm confident the production will be top notch when it's released on disc, pfff youtube

Flugmorph
October 17th 2016
18743 Comments


its k i guess

Digging: Death Grips - No Love Deep Web

bloc
October 17th 2016
51274 Comments


Agreed, much better than the previous track. I kinda like that it's a bit more safe

Digging: Psychotic Waltz - Bleeding

GhostOfSarcasticBtrd
October 17th 2016
6264 Comments


This fucking rips although I still wish they had a different vocalist. Outro is mad.

LunaticSoul
October 17th 2016
1016 Comments


vocalist does what a vocalist does.. he's a good frontman and it's not easy to scream,growl, clean sing and continuously change styles like he does...

GhostOfSarcasticBtrd
October 17th 2016
6264 Comments


Yeah I can't think of anyone who does multiple styles well you're right.

SitarHero
October 17th 2016
6809 Comments


The song seems a bit calculated, but it's kind of hard to evaluate. Would be a near impossible task to top the insanity of Are You Kidding Me?, so maybe they're not trying. Or maybe they're lulling us into a false sense of security by releasing a couple of straightforward and safe metal tracks as singles. On re-listening to this I feel like it's going to be a moshpit staple.

NonApplicable
October 17th 2016
2581 Comments


Big fan of these guys. The new record is going to kill!

JohnDillinger
October 18th 2016
228 Comments


they play it a little safer than on the crazy last record, which isn't bad in itself. we will see how it turns out in the end. at least this song rips

Since
October 18th 2016
60 Comments


Much better than the last single, but it's still pretty straightforward and safe and it doesn't have that special spark that was on many songs from AYKMN. I hope the rest of the album has some surprises though.

AnEpicDeath
October 19th 2016
215 Comments


Not great :/

Been fooled by bland singles before though - sometimes they're a lot better in the album's context, too

0GuyMan0
October 19th 2016
1381 Comments


^ I think if I heard "Puritania" before any other track on AYKM..N I would never have listened to Destrage. That would have been a fucking mistake.



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