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ThereWeWere 11/01/12 08:29 AM

Bought the song on itunes, haven't listened to it yet. Not a huge fan on the r&b stuff in their songs. And tyler hasen't surpassed jonny craig by any means singing wise

HeyItsAllyssa 11/01/12 08:42 AM

I really like it. These lyrics are way better than a band talking shit about another. I have huge respect for them writing this.

NephilimPrince 11/01/12 09:26 AM

Not too bad. Probably wont be my favorite but I think I need a couple more listens

xananomaly 11/01/12 09:32 AM


Originally Posted by Coverbydesign (Post 114855972)

Baxter fuckin Cain!

burncitiesas 11/01/12 09:58 AM

the guitars in this song are pretty boring aside from the chorus

theintention 11/01/12 10:16 AM


Originally Posted by Jake Denning (Post 114860482)
When I first heard it, It was stuck in my head for a solid month.

Everyone complaining about the chugging... Eh it works with the riffs in the songs I have heard. The guitar work isn't the most innovative thing, but it is GOOD.

RabidNewz 11/01/12 10:45 AM


Originally Posted by sordanj (Post 114858432)
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.


werealldudes19 11/01/12 11:39 AM

well, i've enjoyed both songs
it's a guilty pleasure for sure.

SuNDaYSTaR 11/01/12 12:25 PM


Originally Posted by JamesMichael (Post 114855632)
There's a piano intro missing off the song in this rip

It must make the song a gazillion times better.

PermanentTourists 11/01/12 12:32 PM

Cant wait till they break up and Tyler Carter is irrelevant.

edit: *more irrelevant than he already is

deadelement 11/01/12 12:55 PM

I would also love to hear a bit more variety in the guitar work (like lead guitars). But it seems like the song was written for a single rhythm guitarist to perform comfortably live (breakdowns and choruses). Even with the excessive chugging, some of the riffs do actually have some form of technicality even if it's all low fret notes.

Thought the singing and even the RnB bits worked quite well and I liked how it wasn't just about talking shit to Woe, Is Me again. Speaking of whom, this is miles better than any of their new songs.

pepster50 11/01/12 01:53 PM

I would probably love this song if it wasn't for the lame palm muted breakdowns.

Trashcore 11/01/12 02:25 PM

This is just awful. I don't even find any part of it catchy, just annoying.

agl 11/02/12 08:33 AM

Better than the last song at least

renedex 11/02/12 01:08 PM

at several moments during that my 'you must have two youtube windows open, this sounds wrong/like shit' sense went off.