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Subject: Need help findig Artist and song (something-metal)

Written By: Spicoli2345 on 05/27/03 at 02:22 p.m.

Hi there,

I'm searching for a song I heard at a club last weekend and forgot to asked de DJ about it so I thought you guys could help me out.
I guess you could call it "Nu-Metal", although I have no clue, because I can't tell the difference between Nu metal and Death metal if my life's depends on it.
Oh, the song: It starts pretty quiet with some drums and guitars, then there is a short quiet part and the the screaming (it's not really singing) begins. That goes on for a while till we reach another quite alomst spheric part in the middle, then the screaming resumes. The only lyrics I (mis-)heard where something like "All the boy's gone/home...." (that is repeated a couple of times), which seems to be some sort of Chorus.
Oh, and at the end there is one line repeated over and over again. It's something like "Can't you be" (also heard mid song, might also be the Chorus), again, I would not describe this line as sung, it's screamed in a rather high pitched voice.
To narrow it down, it sonds like a mix of Foo Figther, System of a Down, Soulfly and the Hives.

Hope you can help me, although that descripton above is rather vague. If you have any clue drop me a line

PS: and don't get on my nerves with spelling, I'm from Austria so I don't have to speak/write English all that often.