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Anyone know if Ken is in this band? I grew up listening to WC.
i think there's way more damnation ad influence than suicide file, but i've only heard two songs.
7" version coming out within 2 weeks on www.surpriseattackrecords.com word.
for another point of view check out: http://www.aversionline.com/reviews/2213/
i dont understand why people are let down by a band not somehow creating something magicly new that has never been played. If its good its good, regardless of it being done before. Its hardcore. and this band specificly is doing it very well. just like their past efforts, so, lets be stoked that past talent didnt go to waste with ...uh...whatever band members do when their good band breaks up and noone from the band does anything after it. RUN ON RUN ON
If that's your band I'm sorry, I should have my head examined for actually listening to it.
Scott Vogel was supposed to be the vocalist on this...if he were, this would be HUGE.
perhaps we should have our heads examined for creating it. you just can't handle the noize. wait till cory reviews it!!!! do they give 0 out of 10? "bottom line: i'm too cool to appreciate a band called (the)rapist." and just for the record i'll throw it in again. www.hxcmp3.com/bands/22911
suicide file were a f*cking fluke they were here today gone tomorrow, The Promise f*cking sucks too any sort of respect should go strictly to Damnation AD considering no more dreams..is one of the best hardcore records ever written.
I think this shit is pretty f*cking good 7 or 8/10
the mp3 took me by surprise. it doesn't really sound like either sf or the promise to me...i enjoy this.
6/10? the Aversionline.com review is a more informed view. Suicide File clone? hardly. sure, Jared plays on it and sure it's "rocked-out" in parts (Turbonegro JD?) and even No Warning at times in the vocals but... i hear more Damnation A.D. and The Promise (Forsaken was meant to be a Promise song?) actually, f*ck it. who cares. your opinions don't mean shit.
I really am a huge fan of the Promise and the Suicide File and I thought it sounded much more like the Suicide File. My opinions are hardly uninformed, as I've extensively listened to the entire catalog of both bands.