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New song from one of my favourite ever bands, Really catchy but not on the level of their older stuff

Still look forward to the album though

 

 

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Hmm. Haven't paid attention to these boys since Amer... Am... Amaryllis? Is that the album? 

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3 minutes ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

Hmm. Haven't paid attention to these boys since Amer... Am... Amaryllis? Is that the album? 

Yep thats the album , loved that one

There has been another album since that one , threat to survival in 2015 which was a lot poppier and nowhere near their previous work though i still liked it

 

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Amaryliis was just a stuperb album. The follow-up not so much.

This song isn't bad, but doesn't immediately resonate. We'll have to hear more songs...

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When I first heard Imagine Dragons' "Believer" on the radio, I actually thought it was Shinedown.

Now when I heard "Devil", I instantly thought of "Believer"

Anyway, good song!

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Love, love, love Shinedown, but as of the first listen, this song doesn't do anything for me.  Though, I'll try it again and hope other songs on the album aren't in a similar vein. 

Brent Smith has an amazingly powerful, melodic voice.  Some of my favorite songs are Shinedown songs.  Hoping there are much better cuts on the new album.

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On 6/4/2018 at 12:54 PM, Gotthardline said:

Great song !

 

Yep, the beginning it's so so, but after the real chorus at 01:50 love it.

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On 4/6/2018 at 6:54 AM, Gotthardline said:

Great song !

 

Agreed, I prefer the heavier style of their earlier albums, but this new song is catchy

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Been listening to the album all morning and this one hits the spot. Very good. 

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56 minutes ago, PeterS said:

Been listening to the album all morning and this one hits the spot. Very good. 

It's fantastic 

Two or three songs that could of been from the sound of madness 

But really good all round and much heavier than the last one

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2 hours ago, Gotthardline said:

It's fantastic 

Two or three songs that could of been from the sound of madness 

But really good all round and much heavier than the last one

My thoughts as well.  I was disappointed by the last album, but enjoying this one

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Oh no, not me again, but this was a nightmare listen to me. The caps lock on the song titles on Youtube tell the story for me. Loud, obnoxious noise. That's all I heard. Now I admit I don't like this band, but I admit that one popular album they had was pretty good... but after that, I just thought they were massively over-rated, and personally, I just don't enjoy this at all. :(

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This song is catchy AF.

 

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This band does ZERO for me.

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12 hours ago, AlphaMale said:

This band does ZERO for me.

Ditto.

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