One more single here for Hump Day Metal Day! Thanks to a friendly new connection over at the long time awesome of Victory Records comes one I may not have gravitated towards otherwise. Take a listen to Kissing Candice...
Sometimes what we do gets noticed here and there and earlier today it seems we caught the attention of Victory Records and we'll be sharing a little more from them in the weeks and months to come. Our new contact sent me this one from Kissing Candice for my thoughts and well I thought I'd take a few minutes and give them. This is probably a little more to the radio friendly side of things which, in general, isn't quite my bag but as far as a single, I very much enjoyed it. A younger version of Slipknot meets Lincoln Park in the sound department which should mean great things for the band. Don't blow all your money on drugs and booze kids... get at least a sandwich too! Honestly, I like this song as a nice feel good jam that we all need from time to time. A whole album might be a bit much for me but that's just my personal taste, feel free to like what you like so take a listen to Put 'Em Up and form your own opinion. If I could give you any advice Kissing Candice it would really only be to lose the masks, it makes you look like Slipknot rip-offs. Let your music do the talking for you.
Blind Until We Burn is available now via Victory Records. Keep up with the latest from the band via Facebook and Twitter. Kissing Candice just finished up a tour run on the Rockstar Mayhem Fest (the last ever from reports I've heard) so keep an eye open for a tour announcement from the band soon.
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