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Counterparts – “No Servant of Mine”

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Jul 26, 2017.

  1. Melody Bot

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  2. dadbolt

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    something something the 1975
  3. jorbjorb

    7 rings

    sounds like the 1975
  4. cwhit

    still emperor emo Prestigious

    who's the 1975???? do they shred as much as this band?
  5. jorbjorb

    7 rings

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  6. Fucking Dustin

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  7. carrytheweird

    Song is great for those that actually came to listen to it.
  8. thenewmatthewperry

    performative angry black man Prestigious

    They seem to be regressing as a band? The first two singles musically and lyrically are lacking the complexity that "Tragedy Will Find Us" had.
  9. carrytheweird

    You think so? I was actually happy to hear a bit of a different take. I felt like on TWFU Jesse was growing a bit weary of finding new melodies and signature changes that worked.
  10. CoffeeEyes17

    Reclusive-aggressive Prestigious

    theres a lot of Thriller influence in this song
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  11. thenewmatthewperry

    performative angry black man Prestigious

    I don't know how committed to this opinion I am yet but the new tracks seem more streamlined. Not like in a mainstream way but a simple way. I've still been jamming "Boquet" at the gym but I find myself thinking these new tracks sound more like between hell and home than tragedy.

    I really dug the guitar work on TWFU it didn't seem like he was getting tired to me.
  12. carrytheweird

    My favorite from them still is TCWCU and I like the latter two equally. I genuinely didn't think we'd hear leads at all without Jesse so I might be just happy to know they didn't give up the aggression and became dependent on breakdowns like so many other bands.
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  13. FTank

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    Better lyricism than Blink for sure.
  14. thenewmatthewperry

    performative angry black man Prestigious

    I totally agree with this, I'm still stoked to hear the rest of the album.
  15. bloodinthesand


    someone likes Shai Hulud alot
  16. carrytheweird

    Who doesn't? lol. Even if Matt Fox is a huge douchebag.
  17. robargarthan


    Interesting opinion, because I felt that TWFU was lacking in the songwriting and technicality and I that these two singles are showing that's coming back on this record. Don't get me wrong, I love TWFU, but I think this record is going to top them all for me.
  18. dzyjay


    For me these guys are killin' it. Super fresh but not far off from what they were doing before. For heavy music these days counterparts and ETID are putting out the best quality.
  19. thenewmatthewperry

    performative angry black man Prestigious

    So I listened to the two new tracks a bunch of times since yesterday and I dig them as much as anything I like from these guys now. I was too quick to judge. The guitar on "No Servant of Mine" is on the level of my favorite tracks on TWFU.
  20. carrytheweird

    I liked Bouquet more, and Thieves which they've been playing live sounds excellent.
  21. CMilliken


    Can someone explain the whole 1975 thing at the beginning of this thread? Did I miss something?
  22. carrytheweird

    Good lord let it die.
  23. CMilliken


    I’m simply asking why people are mentioning them in this thread. Calm down.
  24. carrytheweird

    Why do so many people say that on here? What about what I said made you think I was worked up in any way?
  25. CMilliken


    You’re response comes off that way. If it didn’t bug you why reply?