Hmmmmmmm.........First listen and I'm sad. This is really lame.
sweet another meh emo band becoming an even meh-er shoegaze band
I thought this was Trophy Scars and I nearly skipped a beat.
that chorus is dreadful. I loved Chemical Miracle but this is not good.
yeah I thought their last album was great but this sounds like awful radio rock
Digging: Latterman - No Matter Where We Go...!
Wasn't expecting much after I read comments, but holy cow this is baaaaaaaad...
what is this shit?? my God lmfao this sucks a fat one
Their first album was really solid and the last one was a great progression, but this is so weak.
Nigga the fuck is Aggressive Pop Punk
ah dammit, I loved chemical miracle but this isn't nearly as great
Their drummer just announced that he's left the band as well... Pretty big blow considering he was the main song writer along with Floreani. As for the song I like everything about it except the chorus
wow this is bad
I wish I was kidding when I say this sounds like it could be Theory of a Deadman. It's not bad...but man what happened
I like it. Its not as good as their previous work, but I really appreciate their vocalist trying something new while also including his raspy/growly vocal style. This is definitely not as bad as all of you fuckheads make it out to be. But as long as hopping on the bandwagon makes you happy...
They had a great sound going on the last album and for whatever reason they decided the proper course was going the knockoff u2 route. Just my humble fuckhead opinion of course.
i mean this might just be the most melodic single on the album, that's my hope right now
but yeah Chemical Miracle didn't do anything ...different, per se? It was just SUPER well executed
I hated the first single for Chemical Miracle the first time I heard it so I hope this one's a grower
I'm still confused as to what aggressive pop punk is
This has grown on me in the past 24 hours or so. I quite like this, and I like the different direction. I loved Chemical Miracle and this just seems like a further step down the poppy road, which is alright. Hope to still hear his harsh vocals in some songs though. Definitely can agree with the "knockoff U2" comment though