Pretty sure this will sound like Heaven Shall Burn.
so bad yeh
Digging: Departures - Death Touches Us, From The Moment We Begin To Love
It looks like the director thought he was shooting a video for an indy rock band like The Killers. It's funny.
I hate it when bands release the last song as a single, especially before the album is released.
That being said this sounds like something off of Iconoclast which makes me happy. "Protector" rules.
Digging: Orbit Culture - Nija
They released the closer for the second album as a single? Okay.
I was really excited at first, but this is a long way from Veto. Bummer.
I can dig it, but they shouldn't have released the last of *19* songs as a single, come on guys.
I never realized Marcus Bischoff looks like the son of Jason Bateman and Ansel Elgort.
band has produced some bangers over the years, but this will probably be bad. but who knows, maybe it'll b bangers n mash.
and ya ridiculous releasing last track. Always a terrible sign. lyrics are also becoming more and more cliche and repetitive. If 'weakness leaving my heart' was a demolishing track, maybe, but track is so soft and it sounds absolutely laughable when vocalists do spoken word stuff not in their native tongue.
if this band got spiritual and released a blackened metalcore record, I would listen and wet pants with yuzzum.
protector also not very good. almost good. but a lil flat, that's b cup stuff bruv.
Only heard the first song, it was decent. This band is the last one I'd want to release a double album though. I like the band overall, but all their songs sound the same basically.
Digging: Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - Dazzle Ships
if soilwork can make it work then maybe these guys can too : )
need to check
Digging: Pompeii - Loom
Digging: Thomas - Balls On Yo Neck
That Soilwork album was really good, but they are able to vary their songs a bit more. These guys put out the same album every single time.
Love the still for the video. These boys have an epic fucking shred-spread. All lined up ready to get kicked the fuck in the nutters
Nothing like a sicc synchronized shred-spread
The Weapon They Fear was good in 2004.
"Nothing like a sicc synchronized shred-spread"
They're just trying to recreate the environment on Taylor Swift's "Shake it off"
Liked the first track a lot. Guitar work seemed more nuanced than usual for them. Second track seemed to meander too much though. Hopeful for the album.
this band got old
Antigone was their peak.
hell na, veto fuckin ruled