#2
i really enjoy this band
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#4
AMAZING band. Miles ahead of so many bands in their genre.

I think i've listened to the Jaw-Dropper EP about a million times.

Can't wait for the full length. Check them out!!!!!!!!
#7
It sounds like he's trying too hard to be Rody Walker...

As far as the music goes, it's pretty good

EDIT: Actually, the singer sounds like Craig Owens and Rody had a child together...
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#8
I like Heir to the throne and ornaments are for hanging, the rest of their songs are whatever
#10
There borderline epic, especially the key intro to Heir To The Throne but the singing annoys me a bit I think some screams would fit the music nicely. Nice guitar work for a scene band to. I like overall cool sound.

The classic rock Metallica-ish solo in Heir To The Throne is pretty awesome to.
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#12
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There borderline epic, especially the key intro to Heir To The Throne but the singing annoys me a bit I think some screams would fit the music nicely. Nice guitar work for a scene band to. I like overall cool sound.

The classic rock Metallica-ish solo in Heir To The Throne is pretty awesome to.


I like the singing a lot! I don't know about screams.. at first i thought the same thing, but it could ruin or help them.

That douche Joey Sturgis is producing the full length i think, I hope he doesn't push massive auto-tune on them and use those same drum triggers he likes SO MUCH.

Favorite song though has to be Music Gone Wild!
#14
Pretty cool. I can see how some people think he sounds like Craig, but his voice is a little too low.
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#16
I've listened to some of their stuff, it had terrible vocal production and the leads sounded off. But they have potential.
#21
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I like Heir to the throne and ornaments are for hanging, the rest of their songs are whatever

agreed...although i do listen to them when my friends put them on
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#24
I thought with their name they were gonna be another scenecore band but they're actually pretty good.

IMO, they're too good for Sturgis to producing them.
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#26
Deleted my post earlier praising them. Holy cow, pretty amazing how much a musical opinion can change in a year...I really can't stand them now. I still like PTH on occasion even, but these guys...ugh.
#27
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Deleted my post earlier praising them. Holy cow, pretty amazing how much a musical opinion can change in a year...I really can't stand them now. I still like PTH on occasion even, but these guys...ugh.


I like all these bands at this point because they're all fun as hell to play on guitar. Other than that I don't really dig them too much nowadays
#29
I feel like the vocals were mixed kinda weird on the album, did anyone else get that vibe?
#30
The vocals are over-processed but are still streets ahead of the ones found on the EP. The vocals grated like a mother****er on Jaw Dropper.
#32
They remind me of a not-as-heavy Periphery with P!ATD vocals now lol.
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