"The Kids We Used to Be" by Your Demise on iTunes

11 Songs

1:54 $1.29
3:22 $1.29
3:45 $1.29
3:37 $1.29
4:27 $1.29
3:39 $1.29
1:06 $1.29
4:31 $1.29
3:59 $1.29
3:19 $1.29
4:12 $1.29

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5

18 Ratings

your demise does it again

xfloor punchx,

your demise in my opinion is one of the best hardcore bands out there with heavy but not metalcorish breakdowns fast circlepit beats and some of the greatest twostep parts out there in every cd with catchy chants i didn't know what to think about the singing at first but it reminds me of rise against in there early days and i really started liking it this is one of the greatest cds of the year if you love hardcore you need to get this cd btw the new vocalist ed in my opinion is just as good as george even though i did like georges vocals an awful lot

Hardcore release of the year


Your demise have surpassed anything they have previously done before. With the inclusion of Ed the band can do nothing but get better

About Your Demise

Hailing from the London suburbs of St. Albans, Your Demise draw inspiration from bands like Sick of It All, Agnostic Front, and Hatebreed for their aggressive, metal-laden brand of hardcore. Founded in 2003, originally as a Suicidal Tendencies cover band, the quintet quickly took the leap to writing its own material, and after debuting in 2005 with the Your Days are Numbered EP, recorded its first full-length, You Only Make Us Stronger, the very next year. Meanwhile, Your Demise were building their fan base on the road by touring with bands like Biohazard, Bury Your Dead, and Enter Shikari, so after another independent EP -- 2008's Blood Stays on the Blade -- vocalist George Noble, guitarists Stuart Paice and Oz, bassist Jimmy Sampson, and drummer James Tailby inked a deal with Visible Noise for the release of their second LP, Ignorance Never Dies. This was released to widespread critical acclaim in March of 2009 (later being licensed in the U.S. by Earache) and the band set off on a three-week jaunt across Europe and Britain with Deez Nuts, More Than Life, and Lower Than Atlantis. But sadly, vocalist Noble chose to quit Your Demise that July, citing personal reasons, thus leaving the group to soldier on with former Centurion frontman Ed McRae as his replacement, beginning with a fall tour alongside Canadian band Misery Signals. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia

    St. Albans, Hertfordshire, Englan

Top Songs

Top Albums

Top Music Videos

Listeners Also Bought