[Power Metal] Bridear
I like harsh vocals depending on the band. Bridear are a band where I think they're not necessary. Overturn the Doom was brilliant and had no harsh vocals and even on the Rise EP, when used sparingly like on Ignite it really worked. I found Baryte to be quite a hit and miss album and think the excessive harsh vocals contributed to that so personally I'd be quite happy if the dropped them
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I did think that the core influence made Bridear more interesting. "Remedy" is one of their best songs imo and it's full of core-isms.
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Yeah, I think that Bridear were very conscious of how much core/harsh they wanted to have, and even if they could have gone without, they certainly made it work. I generally despise harsh vocals, yet Bridear is one of my most liked bands.
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Not quite what I’d have expected next from Ms. Metalcore (basically a soul covers band) but maybe she’s just keeping her hand in whilst getting her own project together. They certainly sound tight though.
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Maybe the question about musical differences now has an answer.... Wink
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Misaki already has an ESP endorsement deal, good for her.
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I don't mind the change, but coincidentally I just listened to Light in the dark minutes before this new video, so I was a bit shocked Big Grin
And Mitsuru made both Light in the dark and this, wow.



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Strange that both guitarists are using 7 strings but the song sounds like it was written on a 6. ANd boy do those guitars look huge on those tiny women.
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Discussion of the new PV and MCD can be continued here, thanks.
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Mitsuru the minion. Big Grin



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