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Discussion in 'Children Of Bodom' started by sleeper666, Jan 10, 2012.
Wow, can't believe they have recorded something wild and angry! I'm seriously excited now.
Yeah but the song has the intro cut off, radio stations always cut off the intros and outros -.-
I'll appreciate that!
Maybe the quote is at the end of the first song and it transitions into "Halo Of Blood" like the "death? what do you yall know about death?" quote at the end of "Needled 24/7" that transitions into "Sixpounder".
Haha now the trick is not to overlisten to this ''decent'' quality version of the song, I've done that shit in the past and when the real quality comes out it sounds weird as fuck.
Oh Sirius XM is big? Never heard of it.
Oh well, time to listen to the song, see what I think of it.
:/ Well... at least is cool that "new music! - liquid metal", haha, at first it sounded like a horror series or something.
Hahahaha fucking A! The sound quality on the rip actually suits the sound of the song as well. I love how heavy the bass sounds at around 2:05.
I'm not as excited about the song as some of you.
Intro is really great and really black metal. Love it.
Verses are generic as fuck. Maybe it grows on me, but it's pretty terrible as it stands.
Chorus isn't anything special. Miss the melody layer so to speak.
Solo is good, nothing out of the ordinary, but decent.
Those screams at 1:39 are pretty amazing.
I do hear the improvements in Alexi's voice, but to me it sounds a little bit as if he puts too much effort into them. I don't know, something odd about them.
Overall I can see the old school coming into play, but I still miss the extra notch that makes it Bodom.
This is after 3 times hearing the song.
There's some nice atmospheric keyboards during the blast beat parts as well. I think the better quality later will definitely make the song even better and keyboards more audible.
The orchestral hits are sexy and epic! I love that shit. It's a darkly atmospheric and grim, teeth-grinding song. I'm satisfied pretty much, it's what I expected. It's not as epic as SNBN but it's great in its own style of metal. They've taken an atmospheric riff, and this is the result. I always dreamed of this kind of riffs. The parts with vocals are still musically somewhat poor but I like the taste of the guitars and drums. Electric nordic metal. Solo fits the vibe of the song but is not epic in itself. Lovely blast beats. 4/5.
Sounds like a darker, better executed RRF song.
Like kilon said though, I think they could have done a little more with the verses. Especially the second verse. Changed the tempo or something. Sounds very similar to the verse of "Not My Funeral". Apart from that, it's sounding damn epic. So excited to hear the rest of the record.
If it wasn't so bad quality it would be amazing! the atmosphere is so intense! made me think to warheart without the sweet melodic part, and it has the same ending of Taste of my Scythe! Too bad there isn't any catchy part but overall I fucking love it!
The album is said to be very diverse so I don't think anyone should expect the album to sound like the title track all of a sudden. There'll be plenty of cool melodies I reckon. This seemed more like it was meant to be just a super aggressive short song albeit a VERY awesome one.
Wooow!!! Thank you so much!!!
This sounds so awesome, I'm really excited!!
Do you guys think it should be shared?
It's highly probable that it's just regular radio SFX that they use to be "cool"
If something was cool, then it was most certainly that song.
That main riff reminds me of Something Wild.
First listen: And we thought Alexi couldn't do better than the vocals of RRF anymore! I really like the agressive vocals on this one. The intro is interesting, the verse sounds a bit like NMF verse but a hundred times darker (Also makes it better), the chorus sounds like it's missing some melody/keyboard chord stuff which should be there. Overall I like the song. At least they've made a huge change in sound which was welcome since I really don't think RRF is anything special.
Second listen: Notice when in the solo the audio cuts? There's more to the solo than what we hear! Might be they cut more than just parts of the solo but that's the only cut I hear and can remember.
Third listen: Not quite sure if they really cut something out. Listen to 2.16 and decide for yourself.
I think it just my computes fault, those little mishaps
E: Not enough memory to keep up with millions of programs =D
I thought it was just a simple clip due to the stream. Would be cool if the solo had something more to it that was cut out, thought I don't think that's the case.
Can't wait to hear it all in CD quality.