Discussion in 'News' started by Luke, Jul 28, 2010.
Nu news? Nu is dead.
Yea dude, i havent been into nu news since 2003..pfft
I think he means "new news" and BTW Numetal stands for "New Metal"
It was...a joke.
no i meant nu news, i like to dream of that the days will be back....lol and i want new news
i nu i would get some comments for saying that
I need The Catalyst on my ipod now...
thats like wanting disco to make a comeback lol
disco is making a come back, where have u been living...lol
akira answr some of the questions we laid out for u
Akira, give us lyrics we haven't heard.
wow he left
And now for something completely different.
I think someday we'll all look back on this time and laugh even harder at those who thought this album was gonna be techno.
Everything the band has said points to the album not really having a uniform sound.
So...sure maybe The Catalyst will be heavily influenced by electronic elements, but why would we judge the whole album based on this song, given what the band/previews have stated?
Agreed. I love the feeling I have right now. The feeling of just having no clue what ATS will sound like! Now with Mike singing, it just brings a whole new element to LP's music. I wonder if there will be a song with Mike singing and rapping and Chester singing soft and screaming. It could happen in theory! Has there ever been progressive music with rap in it or with 2 different singers for that matter? I don't know my prog history lol.
Prog is too ambiguous of a word to describe music in my opinion. I mean, Rush, Coheed, Opeth, Tool, and Between The Buried and Me have all been labelled prog bands and none of them sound all that alike except for maybe Rush and Coheed.
Akira, what I want to know is.
When you woke up this morning, what made you think today would be the day you would post bullshit?
Did you really think we wouldn't be able to catch you in the act? Or you thought by doing this, you would be respected on these boards?
There's no chance of that happening now my friend
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