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Complete Failure "The Unlove Overhue" song premiere

1/15/2013 11:47:06 AM

We premiere a song from Complete Failure's forthcoming Season of Mist debut.
Pittsburgh, PA grindcore outfit Complete Failure will release their Season of Mist debut next month. Titled 'The Art Gospel of Aggravated Assault,' the effort will hit stores on February 19th in North America. In the interim, we're happy to premiere the track "The Unlove Overhue" for you right now. Check it out:

Vocalist Joseph Mack comments on the song:

"'The Unlove Overhue' is about losing something that was so much of an attachment to your life that you really would prefer not to take one more step forward. It's about inhumanity. Death. Suicide. All those things. Specifically the track is about a pet that died a slow death from Leukemia. Going back to the Original albums write up in the press release 'it's as natural and honest an album as it is human.' Well this is that human element. The music industry is over saturated with superheros that live on different planets. We're transparent and empathetic and value those who live and work like a human and hurt but have nowhere to let it go. This album is kind of that outlet. 'The Unlove Overhue' is easily the meanest and most explosive track on the album and features the single greatest riff of all time."

maroof   posted 1/15/2013 1:42:43 PM
this shit is gay
anonymous   posted 1/15/2013 7:22:27 PM
So then you like it?
anonymous   posted 1/16/2013 7:54:17 AM
anonymous   posted 1/16/2013 11:36:46 AM
i think this song gave me leukemia
anonymous   posted 1/16/2013 11:45:39 AM
f*ck YES
brassknuckleromance   posted 1/16/2013 6:53:27 PM
it wont load for me. make it work already webby.
anonymous   posted 1/17/2013 8:54:51 PM
high's and low's called, they would like to par-take in some grinding activities.
anonymous   posted 1/17/2013 9:08:28 PM
sounds more like hardcore than grind.
anonymous   posted 1/18/2013 5:24:46 PM
"high's and low's called, they would like to par-take in some grinding activities."