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October 18th apparently... http://sleazeroxx.com/santa-cruz-unveil-track-list-for-upcoming-album-katharsis-and-us-tour-dates-for-fall-2019/

Christ that mix is awful.  would be a good tune if they'd sorted the mix.  sounds almost brickwalled 

Yeah. Dropped today. 

Holy shit please let it be good. I reckon it will be. 

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Thumbs up from me. Huge sound... still sounds like Santa Cruz, if not slightly more heavy and modern... neither of which is a bad thing. 

Not sure about the new vocalist yet. A bit more subdued than the original fella, but I'm on board. Can't wait for a few album. 

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23 minutes ago, Geoff said:

Thumbs up from me. Huge sound... still sounds like Santa Cruz, if not slightly more heavy and modern... neither of which is a bad thing. 

Not sure about the new vocalist yet. A bit more subdued than the original fella, but I'm on board. Can't wait for a few album. 

New vocalist? It's the same vocalist as before, Archie. He's the only one left from the old line-up.

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1 hour ago, Stefan said:

New vocalist? It's the same vocalist as before, Archie. He's the only one left from the old line-up.

You for the serious? He doesn't sound anything like he did. Where's his accent and stuff gone? Wow, that's blown my mind. I assumed this was the other three guys with a new vocalist. So it's the other way round then? So what are the other guys doing now? 

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Don't love it and I hope the rest of the album will be better. There is no guitar solo but other than that I don't feel it's a huge departure from their previous sound, this could have easily been on their second, self titled 2015 offering. Yes, would have been one of the weaker tracks for sure but would've fit right in

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wow you guys are being kind.

I'll say it then - that's utter shite. I've never been the biggest fan of these guys but that song is crap in comparison to the debut.

 

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Big pass for me!

 

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As a massive fan of their last album I will say this, while the song itself is not the best in the world, it is not that far removed from the sound on their last album.

I do still have high hopes that a new album will be good, but not gonna hold my breath just in case.

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Love screaming for adrenaline...everything since that has been hit n miss for me and this is a miss unfortuantly  :(

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On 4/20/2019 at 6:44 AM, Captain Howdy said:

As a massive fan of their last album I will say this, while the song itself is not the best in the world, it is not that far removed from the sound on their last album.

This is true. I remember saying this at the time of the last album - that these guys were doing the closest thing to what I'd love to be doing if I was making music. They had a massive modern edge on that last album and this just sounds like a continuation for me. 

Like I said in my first post in this thread... slightly more heavy and modern... but nothing outside the realms of natural progression. I don't care if I'm the only one, but I can't wait for the album. :)

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8 hours ago, Geoff said:

This is true. I remember saying this at the time of the last album - that these guys were doing the closest thing to what I'd love to be doing if I was making music. 

This sounds nothing like when we make music. 

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14 hours ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

This sounds nothing like when we make music. 

Is that a sexual thing? I like it. Let's do illegal things. 

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