New 10 Years record/single

2017-08-16 by Christopher Geriak | 11 Comments
Alternative metal band 10 Years have officially announced their upcoming eighth studio album, entitled (how to live) As Ghosts. The album, scheduled for an October 27th release, is being produced by Grammy Award winning producer Nick Raskulinecz (Deftones' Diamond Eyes and Koi No Yokan, Trivium's Shogun, and Rise Against's Wolves) and is the first album to feature founding member Matt Wantland since Division in 2008.

Along with the announcement, the band also released the first sing off the album, entitled 'Novocaine'.

'Novocaine'



Tracklist:
1. Messenger
2. Novocaine
3. Burnout
4. Catacombs
5. Ghosts
6. Blood Red Sky
7. Phantoms
8. Vampires
9. Halo
10. Lucky You
11. Insomnia

Tagged: 10 Years

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FearThyEvil
August 16th 2017
15372 Comments


Not too bad but far behind the material fans want from Division or The Autumn Effect. Most of my enjoyment from this band relies heavily on Jesse's vocals and those are still really great so I'm intrigued with each release.

Toondude10
August 16th 2017
11598 Comments


I enjoyed this so I'm looking forward to the record.

Digging: Face The King - Once More Is All I Am

ProjectFreak
August 16th 2017
2173 Comments


wait the same guy produced Koi No Yokan and Wolves? KNY had amazing production but Wolves sounded awful...

anyway, this song is not good

Maniac!
August 16th 2017
27996 Comments


This is perfectly mediocre.

Eons
August 16th 2017
952 Comments


I don't like their more recent vocal production. Not sure what changed but 2008 and prior his voice blended in more and sounded dreamier. Maybe he just started singing a different way. Some parts aren't bad and remind me of some older songs.

Hellscythe
August 16th 2017
2093 Comments


was hoping for something more like The Autumn Effect now that their old guitarist is back but this just sounds like a Feeding the Wolves B-side. hopefully the rest of the album is more atmospheric, some of the song titles definitely give that impression. at least the album art is gorgeous. kind of has a Twin Peaks vibe with the red and green color scheme and the forest.

also I fucked up the album title adding it to the database. oops.

Digging: Hanging Garden - I Am Become

Toondude10
August 16th 2017
11598 Comments


well with Matt Wantland rejoining the band I'm hoping that's the case.

maybe I enjoy the song because I actually like Feeding the Wolves.

GiantSpeck
August 16th 2017
289 Comments


I like it, but it does kind of have a hollowed-out Feeding the Wolves feel to it.

SquidPunk
August 16th 2017
26 Comments


The chorus is almost acceptable. Almost.

tcat84
August 17th 2017
1139 Comments


Feels like it's been 10 years since the last one

Shamzus
August 23rd 2017
6 Comments


God this is disappointing, I liked the direction they were going with their last album but this is generic radio rock at best, don't have very high hopes for the rest of it now



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