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Preview Clips of Upcoming Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!...

Posted by: Drew Beringer (04/08/13)
You can check out preview clips for Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!'s upcoming new album, Pardon My French, on Amazon.

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03:47 AM on 04/08/13
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lovemetal24
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Damn, the music sounds like rise or die trying part II
03:49 AM on 04/08/13
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Sounds like a really good step up
04:10 AM on 04/08/13
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Sounds like being the lead guitarist in this band is super easy. Same three/four arpeggios are played in whatever the key of whatever the song is in while the other guitarist chugs his brains out.
04:16 AM on 04/08/13
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I can't believe that this type of music is still relevant in music business. I mean, I thought that this bro-core pop punk with chugging breakdowns and annoying clean vocals was done.
04:31 AM on 04/08/13
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Rise Or Die Trying meets Homesick. This is going to be fun.

I can't believe that this type of music is still relevant in music business. I mean, I thought that this bro-core pop punk with chugging breakdowns and annoying clean vocals was done.

You'd be surprised, the crowd for these guys in Australia was huge.
04:53 AM on 04/08/13
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Music is exactly like the debut, although the twinkle in the "So Close and Yet So Far" is a bit of fresh air. Clean vocals sounded improved even if "Miles & Decibels" was like a song from that Japanese post-hardcore band, FACT.
05:26 AM on 04/08/13
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I can't believe that this type of music is still relevant in music business. I mean, I thought that this bro-core pop punk with chugging breakdowns and annoying clean vocals was done.
You're not alone haha. The fad hit South Florida in a big way, and once that passed I thought for sure that the whole genre had too.
05:34 AM on 04/08/13
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These ADTR-like screams still sound so cheesy, rest sounds like an improvement.
06:24 AM on 04/08/13
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This music is lot better than w/e you guys are calling post hardcore nowadays
08:14 AM on 04/08/13
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cannot wait to listen to the entire album
08:27 AM on 04/08/13
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I could check those out, but my toenails need clipping. I choose the latter.
08:28 AM on 04/08/13
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This music is lot better than w/e you guys are calling post hardcore nowadays

C'mon.
10:26 AM on 04/08/13
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The crowd for them at South By So What 2012 was miniscule compared to what it was this year. They aren't the most original band, obviously, but they do get the crowd going and make for an entertaining show.
12:15 PM on 04/08/13
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Chunk rules
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