Light the Torch share new video

2018-02-06 by dfevil085 | 17 Comments
Formally known as Devil You Know, metalcore quartet Light the Torch, fronted by ex-Killswitch Engage vocalist Howard Jones, have released a new music video for their track titled "Die Alone". The band have also announced their upcoming 3rd album, Revival will be released on March 30th via Nuclear Blast.

Watch "Die Alone" Here:

Tagged: Light the Torch

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dfevil085
February 6th 2018
1152 Comments


I like Howard but goddamn his recent output is not interesting.

pjquinones747
February 6th 2018
2535 Comments


Is this bad? I'm sure it's bad. Poor Howard is condemned to sub-par metalcore for the rest of his life.


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Hellscythe
February 6th 2018
2819 Comments


it's not great. it's not metalcore, basically heavy mainstream rock with only cleans. howard's vocals sound better than they have in a while, though.

artiswar
February 6th 2018
4297 Comments


Poor Howard, he crapped the bed on S/T and ever since he's just had a scarlet letter. This song is not good, it's just bringing back painful memories...

TheSpirit
Contributing Reviewer
February 6th 2018
23871 Comments


I saw these guys live and they were good, but I doubt I would like their studio material. Genuinely surprised they're already one a 3rd record, I don't remember anything regarding the second lol.

artiswar
February 6th 2018
4297 Comments


I think that's a mistake, they released only one record as Devil You Know. Could be wrong. LOL at the name change though

pjquinones747
February 6th 2018
2535 Comments


Same lineup and new name right? Just going mainstream buttcore?

dfevil085
February 6th 2018
1152 Comments


To my knowledge their guitarist and drummer changed (Guitarist had the rights to the name, hence the change). But they released two albums under Devil You Know.

artiswar
February 6th 2018
4297 Comments


Yeah, re-naming the band after a Soilwork single from one of their worst-received albums to date. The whole shebang.

artiswar
February 6th 2018
4297 Comments


wtf I never even heard of that second album haha

Darius
February 6th 2018
17054 Comments


E M I N E M

dfevil085
February 6th 2018
1152 Comments


I didn't even bother to listen to it tbh. Doubt you missed much.

Themaxwell23
February 6th 2018
106 Comments


For the amount of talent this band has I can't help but fell like the music is so bland.

artiswar
February 6th 2018
4297 Comments


You can say that about a lot of bands today like All That Remains and Arch Enemy.

zaruyache
February 6th 2018
19328 Comments


v passable but not interesting mainstream metal

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henryChinaski
February 9th 2018
4068 Comments


"I like Howard but goddamn his recent output is not interesting"

^ this.

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Toondude10
February 13th 2018
12975 Comments


this wasn't half bad tbh

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