Discussion in 'Other Music' started by Logan, Jul 22, 2005.
'we don't care anymore'
It's on http://www.myspace.com/storyoftheyear
I was about to post an update on Story of the Year. I guess I'll post in here rather than making a separate thread.
Story of the Year's new album, In The Wake of Determination, is being readied for an October 11th release on Maverick Records. The album is heavier and more guitar driven than their previous album, Page Avenue. This effort was produced by Steve Evetts (The Cure, Saves The Day, Hatebreed).
Nice! Haven't heard anything from SOTY for ages!
I still have to get my hands on the DVD :angry:
Im gonna check this out.
It's ok. i might buy the CD when it's out.
A pretty good song. I'll probably end up purchasing the album in October.
Pretty awesome song. I like the power of the lead and background vocals.
Thanks for the link, nice song as well
The beginning guitars remind me of Chevelle. And the bridge reminds me of Breaking Benjamin.
I can't wait, one of the few bands in the whole punk/emo scene (or whatever you want to call it) I can stand.
It doesn't sound that bad.
I'm so gonna get the album.
That sounds pretty good. I hope the rest of the album is more like "The Heart of Polka is Still Beating," though.
I approve, this is song that will grow on me the more I listen to it. Thats for sure.
Story of The Year's new Album 'IN THE WAKE OF DETERMINATION' is being readied for an October 11 release on Maverick Records. The album is heavier and more guitar driven than their debut release. The album was produced by Steve Evetts (The Cure, Hatebreed, Saves The Day, Dillinger Escape Plan) Story of The Year will be one of the headliners on the 2005 International Taste of Chaos in October and November (Australia, Japan, UK and Germany) To listen to "We Don't Care Anymore" the first single from the album, visit www.myspace.com/storyoftheyear"
Sorry Jamie, but all the news you posted has already been given in the first two posts to this topic. Better luck next time.
It's a cool song though.
I don't like it compared to their old stuff. Don't get me wrong, it's still an awesome song. But it seems like this song went soft.
The song's pretty good. I'm not crazy about it like SOTY's older songs, but it's cool.
iam well impressed i love that new track. i'll probably end up getting the album when it comes out
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