Saw them last night and they played mostly new stuff. Seems like a different band from the last time I saw them, its like they went from hardcore to alternative rock. Still a cool band but they definitely went soft
Not trying to sound like a traditionalist douche or anything, but the new record sounds like a strange amalgamation of "Load"-era Metallica mixed with 88 Fingers Louie. As one might imagine, this is a bad thing.Yikes.
A band should really do what they want to do, and not care about opinions from so called "fans." Hell, I still remember the hating on Lock & Key. People were calling them "Metallica rip-offs." In my opinion, L&K rules. Born Into Debt was awesome and now I'm looking forward to the new record.
Looking at the play chart it looks like a lot of tags are fucked up. If your playing a track that also has "explicit" in the title edit it and delete "explicit." Also the new song on the ep with the video should be tagged as "3's" and one more thing. Online retailers who sell "Lock & Key" list "The Bottom" as just that, but on the back of the physical album it's complete title appears to be "The Bottom (Of Munjoy Hill)", I hope this helps and we can get all the titles correct so the plays add up as they should instead of being divided up due to various errors.