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Miss the clean vocals

miss the clean vocals, i like this song but the clean vocals was one of the things that got me into OM&M

The Depths

The song is the worst song they have ever produced. This song doesnt scream the same style they have been famous for. Austin Carlile went from a unique scream to practically yelling the entire song. The lyrics sound like something you would hear coming from Justin Biebers mouth. The instrumentals are boring. I dont say this often, but god. Go back to chugging more. Not a decent breakdown, also something OM&M has been famous for. Go buy their first two albums, dont buy this song. Its pretty bad. When they said they were releasing something nasty, its nasty alright. Not in a good way, at all. Either be screaming or doing cleans. This song is basically in the middle of cleans and screams and it doesnt work out at all. Scared to see where OM&M goes after this, hopefully this song is just a fluke.


I've always been one of the few people who thought this bands screams were boring, and the cleans were awesome. When the clean vocalist left I thought the bands quality was going to go down the drain. I was wrong. New sound is awesome, the screams are different, but better. Can't wait to hear what they do next.


Formed: 2009 in Costa Mesa, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Based out of Costa Mesa, California, hard-hitting, Steinbeck-loving metalcore outfit Of Mice & Men was formed in 2009 in Columbus, Ohio by Attack Attack! vocalist Austin Carlile and New Zealand-bred bass player Jaxin Hall. Boasting a rotating cast of players that, as of 2014, features Carlile (lead vocals), Alan Ashby (rhythm guitar), Phil Manansala (lead guitar), Aaron Pauley (bass, vocals), and Valentino Arteaga (drums), the band released...
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