Motionless in White Part 2

2019-05-10 by tyman128 | 14 Comments
Motionless in White have released yet another single from their upcoming album, Disguise, soon to be released on June 7th. "Undead Ahead 2: The Tale of the Midnight Ride" acts as a part two of "Undead Ahead" from Creatures.

The track shows a heavier metalcore approach compared to the previous singles, mixing hard breakdowns, more harsh vocals, and clean choruses tinged with orchestration. The video shows sporadic scenes of dark cartoon depictions.

Check out the song here:


Tagged: Motionless in White

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Horfeepee01
May 10th 2019
9 Comments


Feel like I've heard this exact same song on all of their prior albums

Brabiz
May 10th 2019
947 Comments


This is cheesy but i like it. Too bad the rest of the album will be gross nu metal for edgy 12 year olds.

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BallsToTheWall
May 10th 2019
49612 Comments


Go away!

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tyman128
May 10th 2019
1374 Comments


to me, this is better than the previous two songs, but still a huge meh

TheCalebRobinson
May 10th 2019
89 Comments


Wasn't huge on either of the first two singles, but I'm really enjoying this.

scoopitypoop
May 10th 2019
96 Comments


I really can't comprehend what the editor of the article is trying to say. How is this connected to 'Creatures?'

scoopitypoop
May 10th 2019
96 Comments


Never mind I get it. It is a track from their debut. I thought they were gonna make a concept album or something. Song kinda sucks, but it's refreshing to see them tap into their roots.

Uzumaki
May 10th 2019
889 Comments


Dunno how to feel about this. Fell off of them after Reincarnate and haven’t listened to their latest. This song is decent, reminds me a little of their “Creatures” album.

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AgentDeathbat
May 10th 2019
9884 Comments


Chris needs to lay off the obnoxious vocal effects in the hook, otherwise this fucking rips

zaruyache
May 11th 2019
20840 Comments


the mixing is really bad. Why give their guitars that djun deathcore tone, then mix them low so they don't feel heavy or act as the focus of the music? They just highlight the vocals. And then those silly symphonics in the background, combined with the harsh vox make this feel like they're trying to bandwagon Dimmu Borgir.

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NonApplicable
May 11th 2019
2689 Comments


They've stretched 20 seconds of video into over 4 and a half minutes.

TheSpirit
Contributing Reviewer
May 11th 2019
25247 Comments


I really like a few songs off their last two albums, but these guys overall have fallen the fuck off. This is fucking awful.

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nonamereviewer
May 11th 2019
18 Comments


No thank you. I saw these guys live at CPR fest and they were total trash.

arakkune13
May 14th 2019
10 Comments


Song sounds a little like the last ice nine kills album. Needless to say its inferior to anything on that album



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