Feersum Ennjin’s “The Fourth” featuring Danny

The new track by Feersum Ennjin called The Fourth have been released.  This track features Danny recording with former Tool bass played Paul D’Amour for the first time since Undertow.  Thanks to Revolver the track can now be previewed!

What do you guys think?  The new album can be pre-ordered on Amazon.

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264zn
264zn
8 years ago

Ahhh the drumming is good….

I’m not sure what they were trying to achieve with this song? It seems to pick up half way through but doesn’t go anywhere, and then lingers for too long.

Not for me, a little dissapointed when you consider who is involved.

ilikecheese
ilikecheese
8 years ago

I’ve listened one and a half times now, with the second listening being rudely interrupted by a pety task life always it can weight upon the shoulders at anygiven time. Anywho…

So far I like it. Searched for lyrics but do not see them posted anywhere.

I will comment more after a few more listenses.

Tyson
Tyson
8 years ago

Pretty good, sounds very much like Oceansize to me

Ravenpig
Ravenpig
8 years ago

I find it pretty boring, to be honest. It doesn’t suck, but it’s like eating a balogna sandwich when you feel like eating steak. I don’t know what comparison to make.

Ns1
Ns1
8 years ago

okay overall but I’m in no hurry to put it on my playlist

BeenThere
BeenThere
8 years ago

“Decent” is a good word i think.
 
But I don’t enjoy the vocals.Instrumental part is good…

TOOLOGY719
8 years ago

i think it has potential….this song isn’t terrible, though….

gnjasmkr
gnjasmkr
8 years ago

Been waiting for this album for a bit now and really liking this track.

“It’s no TOOL though” there i just covered 432 comments.

Lusk is great also and still put that album on any MP3 player i own.

dmoreau3000
dmoreau3000
8 years ago

I liked it. Although, it will probably sound better on a sound system which is not my lap top. It seems like it will be an album that needs a few listenings in order to fully digest. I like that aspect of it, and I’m glad it doesn’t sound like tool. I think it would be lame, and kind of sad, if D’Amour was in a band trying to make up for regrets he may have had by trying to replicate, no pun intended, a band he used to be in. It has a cool originality to it. As for… Read more »

Naattik
8 years ago

I wanted to give this a few listens before commenting. On first listen, it just went right through me and I nearly dismissed it.
After a number of repeated spins, I am digging this. It has a slow burn as others pointed out, but I like the approach. There are a lot of nuanced, underlying aspects that benefit from repeat listening. I’m not a huge fan of Paul’s vocals, but they are growing on me. The drumming is superb as to be expected.
Also… I am curious to see when Blair finally mentions this on TA/TB…

RustyStone72
RustyStone72
8 years ago

Its growing on me third time round really starting to dig it…

Hey Kittaan long time no chat… hows things matey?

Naattik
8 years ago

RustyStone72 – 28 minutes ago  » 
Its growing on me third time round really starting to dig it…
Hey Kittaan long time no chat… hows things matey?

Ha! Just said hi in another thread and found this. 8`)

Doing really well, thanks. Hope the same for you. Still thrashing the low end?

Mog
Mog
8 years ago

Digging the Ennjin. Paul has never gotten the respect he deserves.

Pgrantham
Pgrantham
8 years ago

Don’t be so dense, this song is fucking awesome!

Shinji
8 years ago

About the album, this title is in fact the only new one, the others being “updates” (better sound, a few changes) of songs that have been available to listen since many years.

Among them, there are also “Magus”, “The Raft” and “Hate the Sun”, which were first composed for Lusk.

Shinji
8 years ago

And there’s a little interview of Paul D’Amour here :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZyoUYjWI3s

Shinji
8 years ago

As the link makes problem :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZyoUYjWI3s

Naattik
8 years ago

The new FE album is available for pre-order now:
http://www.feersumennjin.com

And here’s a track by track review I haven’t yet seen mentioned here:
http://www.fearnet.com/news/reviews/b24610_feersum_ennjin_ndash_cd_review.html