Recode the Subliminal's 2nd single

2018-01-21 by Christopher Geriak | 2 Comments
Melodic metalcore band Recode the Subliminal have released their second single, entitled 'Malfunction', off their upcoming sophomore release, Disconnected. The album, which is scheduled for a March 1st release, is a concept album inspired by the Deus Ex video game series.

Tracklist:
1. Unnatural Selection
2. Adaugmen I: The New Age
3. Malfunction
4. Fear & Justice
5. Unrest
6. In A Different Light (ft. Katie Thompson)
7. The World Has Disowned Us
8. Abandoned
9. Desiderium
10. Anarchy
11. Adaugmen II: The Promised Land
12. In The Distance
13. Disconnected
14. Where I Can't Follow



Listen to 'Malfuction' here:


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Darkwatch025
January 22nd 2018
348 Comments


Both singles are awesome IMO. I am really looking forward to this album.

Toondude10
January 26th 2018
12680 Comments


I feel like the cleans are a little whiny here but it's still a good song

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