10 Years experiencing "Deja Vu"

2020-08-13 by Toondude | 9 Comments
American alt metal band 10 Years have officially released the third single, entitled "Deja Vu". The song comes from the band's upcoming record Violent Allies, which is scheduled to be released on September 18th.

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bananatossing
August 13th 2020
1433 Comments


So far this sounds like its going to be a bad version of Feeding the Wolves. This song actually sounds like Shoot It Out but even more repetitive and generic.

SlyZ
August 13th 2020
62 Comments


The singer sounds like a vocally trained Tom Delonge...

Eons
August 14th 2020
2843 Comments


vocals have sounded weird on both songs he sounds the same as before but it's like they were recorded in some strange way, the vocals really stick out and sound like they aren't mixed in, maybe just me.

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Fearlessflyer1986
August 14th 2020
62 Comments


The repetitive chorus line ruins it for me. 10 Years in my opinion capitalize on the more moody, atmospheric sound.

TheSupernatural
August 14th 2020
2130 Comments


I actually liked Feeding the Wolves, but yeah this sounds way too close to Shoot It Out and that's one of their weaker songs

Emim
August 14th 2020
28906 Comments


"vocals have sounded weird on both songs he sounds the same as before but it's like they were recorded in some strange way, the vocals really stick out and sound like they aren't mixed in, maybe just me."

He's a great vocalist too, so it is definitely weird. They did a quarantine cover of Digital Bath that was super good

advancedwarfighter
August 14th 2020
110 Comments


Production: Howard Benson

Gahhhdammit

benkim
August 14th 2020
4017 Comments


"10 Years in my opinion capitalize on the more moody, atmospheric sound."

100% Most of the time, they've gone away from this, they have failed to distinguish themselves from the other generic alt rock bands. Mind you The Autumn Effect is still one of my favorite records so I have a bit of bias there.

benkim
August 14th 2020
4017 Comments


@ advancedwarfighter

This undoubtedly shows they've given up on trying to be creatively independent considering how much they were angry when they were forced to work with the guy in Feeding the Wolves and left to form their own record label. Don't think they've been able to be as succesful commercially on their own.



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