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The Devil Wears Prada – “To The Key of Evergreen”

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Sep 26, 2016.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

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  2. TrailerParkJesus


    So, I'm happy with the new vox. Does he have vocal restrictions at this point? Or is this a natural change in direction for Mike?
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  3. The Mysterious

    Yes...but a thing isn't beautiful because it lasts

    Most likely the first. Dude's been at this for 11 years now, plus smoking on and off. As a vocal coach, his style isn't exactly forgiving on the ol' cords either.
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  4. ConArdist

    Subgenres Should Die

    Why do I love this band so much? They've just found their niche. Scary good live IMO.
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  5. ConArdist

    Subgenres Should Die

    Well said, as a metal vocalist I don't believe smoking in moderation is bad, but his style is. Raspy vocals like that hurt. Winston, Spencer, Keith all having screaming down pat. Also I find just clean singing scales really helps warm up for the harsher tones. And water, need water. haha
  6. FloatThroughMe

    Regular Supporter

    I really like this song and the lyrics. Hype just went up for the album.
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  7. Eric Wilson

    Trusted Prestigious

    Love this song. So ready for this album.
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  8. mattylikesfilms


    Honestly haven't really dug anything past Dead Throne..
  9. goation


    I can't believe how amazing this band has gotten over the last 5 or 6 years.
  10. Hank Thorough


    So glad other folks are enjoying this as much as I have. I haven't really listened to them since Zombie, mainly because I haven't heard anything that really caught my attention. Any albums I've missed out on that I should check out? Any specific songs I need to listen to?
  11. goation


    8:18 is easily my favorite metalcore album. From the singles, this sounds like it will do more of my favorite parts from 8:18 so this is going to be awesome.
  12. mattav152

    Release My Mind, My Garden Grows

    This is a huge improvement from 8:18. I'm feeling like I might end up liking this record almost as much as I love Dead Throne which is their best for me. Now after hearing this and Daughter, I'm not disappointed at all that I preordered the vinyl a while back.
  13. kwilcox


    This single and interview shifted me from disinterested to excited for this album.
  14. I've literally never been interested in this band but after this song I am very interested.
  15. johnnyferris

    Sic Parvis Magna Prestigious

    I really enjoyed this song. "Daughter" wasn't doing much for me, but this song is something else. The last six years of this band is pretty special in my eyes.
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  16. Chuck!


    Daughter didn't impress me, but this is fantastic
  17. estebanwaseaten


    really really enjoying this
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  18. exanctile

    Fight the long defeat.

    I'm not finding an interview. The article just links to the music video, right?
  19. disambigujason

    Trusted Supporter

    both songs impressed me a lot. havent listened to em much since roots above days but these are really good.
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  20. Max_123

    Nope. Prestigious

    I actually really dig this, I couldn't get into 8:18 because I couldn't get past his vocals but the new direction sounds much, much better
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