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Anberlin – “Two Graves”

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Anberlin has premiered the studio version of “Two Graves,” their first new song in seven years.


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  2. nopattern


    Not digging this at all. Between the effect on the vocals and drums in the verse it's just a wall of sound.
  3. CyberInferno

    Line below my username Supporter

    I completely agree. the vocals are just completely muffled. without lyrics on the screen, I wouldn't be able to understand 80% of the words.
  4. nopattern


    Reminded me of Dissenter on Lowborn which was completely inaudible
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  5. 333 GANG


    This was wholly unmemorable for me
  6. contra11mundum

    I hate spoilers. Supporter

    I love it
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  7. Bayside 182

    Wolverine Supporter

    Was hoping to like this but I agree that the vocals don't work for me. Musically I like the production but it sounds almost like the main vocals for part of the song aren't in the forefront and the music overpowers them but I guess they intended it to be that way.
  8. prattsy


    Agree with the hate the mix is getting. It's so crackled and the clip of the snare in the verses doesn't make things easier to hear.
  9. I really disagree with most people here, this song is fantastic and has so much energy. I think heavy Anberlin is the best version of the band (Cities, Vital) so I hope this is indicative of an upcoming record! Stephen's voice sounds great.
  10. Buscemi knows best

    You owe me a Sausage McMuffin Supporter

    I hate the mix on this so much. That damn snare effect.
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  11. daldalian

    hopelessly yours, Alabama

    Honestly, I dig this vibe a lot. They lost me on the last few records but I could definitely dig into some new heavier Anberlin.
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  12. brandon Prestigious

    Guys, Anberlin just released their first song in 7 years!! Who gives a shit if the snare sounds not great
  13. failinginplace


    i've been jamming this the past few weeks, i freaking love this song and cannot wait to see it played live tomorrow night. they said they have five songs completed for an eventual record, and another five in various stages of completion. i'm super excited for this.
  14. thechetearly


    I'm hoping the mix can be attributed to just YouTube's audio quality. I don't have any issues with the snare or vocal mix as others mentioned, but I do find it a bit too treble-ly. Hoping the final version has a lot more bottom end, but all in all, I think it's a great song. And I agree - heavy Anberlin = wonderful Anberlin.
  15. failinginplace


    They played this live last night. It kills at a show. So freaking good.
  16. kyleadams

    formerly thisisalchemy Prestigious

    My gripe with this song is solely due to Tim McTague producing it. To me, all I can hear are sonic and structural comparisons to the new Underoath songs.

    Otherwise, I think the song is a solid banger and great for replay.
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  17. contra11mundum

    I hate spoilers. Supporter

    Seeing them in Pittsburgh tomorrow night.

    First show since 2019.

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