Discussion in 'News' started by Derek, Apr 28, 2014.
It definitely was none of the tracks I heard.
I think it's fake, but I wouldn't be surprised to hear something like that on the album. I mean, if they want to prove they're honest about bringing rock back to the forefront and all, it would seem like something similar would be introduced.
That clip, fake or not, sounds rad. But it doesn't make sense why someone would record only 5 seconds of it, implying they had access to the whole song at that moment.
I don't think Jornada Del Muerto counts as an instrumental.
Maybe interlude is a better word =p
Derek, you said 4 of the 6 songs have screaming while one has boarder line screaming leaving 1 song with no screaming.
Which category out of those 3 does UIG fall into?
And if your answer is boarderline screaming, where does GATS fall into?
Definitely fake. No band member sounds like that and I'm betting 100% GATS is as "heavy" as this album will get.
It's already been known for a while that all others songs on THP are heavier than GATS.
That guy saying FUCK sound like oli Sykes
I believe GATS is the most "metal" not the most "heavy"
long scream like given up? I think, He can't do this, maybe Chester scream like in Victimized? Derek please tell us how long Chester screaming in Keys?
Now THAT sounds heavy.
How about we all wait instead of asking Derek questions? It'll only ruin your expectations or disappoint you when you finally listen to it, like with Until It's Gone.
There's only a month left.
I doubt it's legit, but I sure would love it to be real. Sounds really badass.
I didn't know LP fans were death metal fans .. I mean, apparently all they wanna hear is Chester screaming his lungs out.
As for the clip, that's 100% fake. LP drums and guitars will never sound like that.
I just need Derek to answer my question I posted, then I can wait patiently til release or next song comes out
Tbh I'd be disappointed if GATS is as heavy as it gets on THP.
It's been stated multiple times that GATS is kind of the middle ground on the record as far as heaviness.
From Mike himself: “I think that this song (“Guilty All the Same”) is the DNA of the record, which gives a good intro of what the record will sound like. It sits in the middle, not the perimeter.”
If GATS is DNA of the record, THP will by WILD
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