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Sylar "Two Timer" song premiere

3/26/2014 8:45:41 AM

Recent Razor & Tie signees Sylar debut a track from their forthcoming album.

If you read our site regularly, you may already know that Queens, NY based band Sylar will release their debut full-length, To Whom It May Concern, on May 13th via Razor & Tie. Formed in 2012, the band plays a modern style of metal/hardcore with electro touches and breakdowns galore.

Today we're thrilled to premiere the band's new single, "Two Timer," below. If you dig it, we encourage you to pre-order the album here. Also be sure to check out Sylar on Facebook.

Here's the song!

anonymous   posted 3/26/2014 5:59:50 PM
So.... when does the music start?
anonymous   posted 3/26/2014 11:01:57 PM
This shit is so f*ckin terrible.
anonymous   posted 3/27/2014 2:28:06 AM
anonymous   posted 3/27/2014 4:13:12 AM
This Nu-metal revival needs to need end already. Shame on LAMBGOAT for highlighting this bullshit. Go back to reporting hardcore influenced metal, thank you.
anonymous   posted 3/27/2014 6:13:47 AM
This f*cking rules.
anonymous   posted 3/27/2014 8:09:37 AM
This guy could pass as a member of Sworn In with his "edgy selfies"
anonymous   posted 3/27/2014 9:02:57 AM
All the comments above mine are pretty much grade A retarded. And that's giving you idiots credit.
anonymous   posted 3/27/2014 11:09:36 AM
Jayden panesso suckssssss dck for fameeeee
anonymous   posted 3/27/2014 12:00:26 PM
I wanted to hate it, but it's catchy as f*ck
anonymous   posted 3/27/2014 8:37:08 PM
It is definitely not hardcore but at the same times sounds very similar to Taproot with some heavier Deftones. I think it would fit better on other sites, just not this one in particular. 8
withdeadhandsrising   posted 3/28/2014 6:31:16 PM
i liked this band better when they were called flaw
xsunofnothing   posted 4/1/2014 8:54:19 AM
anonymous   posted 4/14/2014 8:26:30 AM
This is different, not like every other same bullshit metalcore song out there if you listen to their early EP its nothing like this, hats off for bringing a nu-metal flavor to a tiring trend of clone metal core bands