Discussion in 'News' started by Derek, Apr 16, 2012.
omgz! ALL CAPS!
01 LOST IN THE ECHO
02 IN MY REMAINS
03 BURN IT DOWN
04 LIES GREED MISERY
05 I'LL BE GONE
06 CASTLE OF GLASS
08 ROADS UNTRAVELED
09 SKIN TO BONE
10 UNTIL IT BREAKS
Can't wait to hear the songs that sound the most exciting for me, which are ;
Lost In The Echo
Castle of Glass
In My Remains.
Try awesome! That's why I bought the domain without even hearing the song, lol.
MAN, FUCK NINE INCH NAILS AND RADIOHEAD. THEY'RE OBVIOUSLY AMATEUR BANDS.
LIES GREED MISERY looks good all-cap'd. The rest of them... no.
It's strange that nobody has pointed the obvious yet:
OMG CAPZ IS SO STUPID, who cares if the songs are good? They're in CAPS! So amateur and sacrilegeous!
Well, actually in all the albums that were pointed out, the song names were only stylised in caps on the album covers, they weren't all caps themselves. I mean if you look the albums up on iTunes, the song names themselves are not in caps. In LP's new album however, the song names are actually in caps, even on iTunes. So it isn't the same thing. I mean, I don't have a problem with all caps or anything, I just felt the need to point that out.
And how do you know it isn't stylistic here? iTunes could have it wrong. I mean hell, they spelled Victimized like "Victemized" for a while there.
^ I wanted to do that but I got lazy
All LP albums have all caps for tracks on the physical CDs except MTM
I don't. I was just saying that the name of the tracks being capitalized on the album covers and the song names themselves being in caps are two different things. Since people are actually complaining about the latter, the examples given don't really apply. It could be an iTunes mistake for all I know.
I happen to know for fact the ALL CAPS isn't an iTunes mistake. It's deliberate and the songs are in all caps for the name.
Just heard Mike saying to Kerrang Radio that each of the 12 songs on LT are around 3-4 minutes. I'm not sure if that's good or not, some may argue that it is about quality and not quantity, but I had the hope of hearing two or three long songs.
Absolutely fine with me. So long as they don't go into the 2-minute range (Bleed It Out, One Step Closer, Faint, ect.) I'm fine with that. I feel like this album will be much more fun to listen to than previous albums. I can't wait for Living Things.
Just want to say- the most interesting news for me is the 18- month schedule said on BBC 1; plus we now know they're touring the UK. Good news. Wouldn't mind a another track for my Greediness.
I agree, except Faint is an epic song. For the most part I don't really like long songs. TLTGYA (The Little Things... etc.) is good, but I barely ever make it all the way through a Metallica song.
And I wish they would flip the N again.
Separate names with a comma.