New In Vain track

2017-11-21 by Madbutcher3 | 15 Comments
The Norwegian melodic/progressive death metal quintet released a track from their upcoming album Currents, which has a projected release date of January 28th 2018. This will be their first album in 5 years, following 2013's acclaimed Aenigma.
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Tagged: In Vain

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NewBallistics
November 21st 2017
852 Comments


Verse riffs are odd as shit; but that chrous is hella In Vain.

Super mixed on this.

frozencarl
November 21st 2017
462 Comments


same, verses are eh chorus is yeh

SpiritCrusher2
November 21st 2017
6067 Comments


yea heard this a few days ago, just gonna copy the comment I left: love those classic In Vain melodies, but what's with the transitions in this song? the jump from the verse riff (which sounds like a poor imitation of Extol btw) into the chorus just doesn't make sense. the middle of the song is structurally a mess too, sounds rushed. still going to check the full album when it comes out obviously, love this band.

bloc
November 21st 2017
52307 Comments


I lol'd when the first chorus transitioned into the second verse yeah

Otherwise, I enjoyed the song. Nice art too.

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Elynna
November 21st 2017
266 Comments


Pretty dull for In Vain standards

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ZippaThaRippa
November 21st 2017
10451 Comments


Idk what you guys are talking about this is In Vain as fuck

Janky ass verse riff that doesn't make sense
huge melodic passages

See: Mannefall, Culmination of the Enigma

SpiritCrusher2
November 21st 2017
6067 Comments


yea but the transitions between them are smoother than here. this has like zero flow.

Essence
November 21st 2017
6233 Comments


good song

Evreaia
November 21st 2017
5017 Comments


One of the weaker songs, pretty boring.

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Alucard125
November 21st 2017
597 Comments


Glad it wasn't just me think thinking that this song is a bit all over the place. Keen to hear the new album though, really enjoyed Aenigma.

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Madbutcher3
November 21st 2017
2240 Comments


yeh i didn't particularly like the track but it has some good sections

MasBarHigeuoris21
November 21st 2017
1768 Comments


Ok song. In Vain is capable of far better though.

Hawks
November 21st 2017
60898 Comments


I remember when The Latter Rain was getting a shitload of attention around here, but I still have yet to jam anything by this band.

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TheFantasticDangler
November 22nd 2017
1990 Comments


that psychic that told my mom years ago i have a third eye is definitely right

every fucking time i listen to a band for the first time in yeeeears, they release shit the next night, its honestly getting predictable

edit: ok this was uploaded on the 17th but i swear i had no idea

OllieS
November 23rd 2017
2145 Comments


Some of the transitions are awkward but I wouldn't call this dull (in itself or compared to their previous stuff)



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