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George_mm 10/31/12 07:39 PM

On a serious note I dont get how a band like this and Woe, Is Me afford to tour in a bus

D' Evils 10/31/12 07:46 PM

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Originally Posted by luqmanhakim (Post 114856292)
Not as bad as I expected. I like the singing in the bridge (?) part. Didn't cringe at the lyrics too.



Nope.

YEEEEEEEEEEP!!!

davidwalbrun 10/31/12 07:51 PM

I like this track, im guessing the whole ep will be good

bmiller 10/31/12 08:21 PM

It's sad because this song, and this band could be good minus the pointless chugs, screaming, r&b/chug pieces. Oh wait... that's their "genre".

It's too bad Tyler Carter didn't realize leaving behind Woe, Is Me was a major blessing, and move on to a good hard-rock (or whatever the fuck you want to call music now) band that doesn't incorporate these, what I call, "warehouse metal-core" shit that Woe, Is Me was all about.

Sad...

sordanj 10/31/12 08:22 PM

I actually like the pop/r&b parts in this track, save the lyrics. I think Tyler Carter has a really good voice, but the "hardcore" stuff just ruins it. It's such a shame that he's fronting some of the worst musicians I've ever heard. All this guitar player is doing is chugging power chords, its pretty pathetic. I would much rather hear his voice over a more progressive Emarosa/Tides of Man-esque sound rather than this bland, over done chugXcore shit.

I'm sure the target demographic is eating this shit up though.

dohare 10/31/12 08:22 PM

i think the fact that if by some force in the universe Drake or some rapper asked Tyler to sing on their song, he would quit this band and run with it in a heart beat, irks me. The opening riff and singing is cool tho.

Capulet 10/31/12 08:38 PM

good song

theintention 10/31/12 08:59 PM

I really enjoyed this song. However, their screamer has absolutely no range, which was my same complaint with W,IM's debut album.

I really enjoy the riff during the chorus though.

nick_smizzle 10/31/12 09:08 PM

tissues

Jake Denning 10/31/12 09:12 PM

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Originally Posted by theintention (Post 114859872)
I really enjoyed this song. However, their screamer has absolutely no range, which was my same complaint with W,IM's debut album.

I really enjoy the riff during the chorus though.

When I first heard it, It was stuck in my head for a solid month.

SweetThye 10/31/12 10:15 PM

Have to say... the chorus is pretty damn catchy

Symphonicaxiom 10/31/12 10:20 PM

Yea, I mean...I am digging these bridges for sure.

WeltallAY 10/31/12 10:42 PM

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Originally Posted by The Meech (Post 114857112)
agreed. Carter's voice honestly irritates the crap out of me.

At this point I'd say I agree. When Number[s] came out I was marvelled at this then underdog and I really could sense his passion. Since then, after numerous guest spots and solo songs I've grown rather tired of his voice. Like Kellin Quinn, he seems to realize that he can sing and over exaggerates. The R&B influences that were once subtle are now pervasive.

Ourchestra 10/31/12 11:09 PM

I keep seeing comments in here that refer to "chugs", "screams", and "R&B" simultaneously. Is it all of a sudden normal to have those three things together in a song or....?

CastlesXClouds 10/31/12 11:22 PM

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Originally Posted by WeltallAY (Post 114862002)
At this point I'd say I agree. When Number[s] came out I was marvelled at this then underdog and I really could sense his passion. Since then, after numerous guest spots and solo songs I've grown rather tired of his voice. Like Kellin Quinn, he seems to realize that he can sing and over exaggerates. The R&B influences that were once subtle are now pervasive.

this.