Asking Alexandria: Closure Meaning
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Song Released: 2011
We're back again, you know we're not fucking around
Got a bottle of jack in our hands, you tryna' keep up kid?
Let's see who hits the ground
We've drank the drinks, we've done the drugs, clearly we don't remember
anonymous Jun 8th 2013 report
Wrong. The song is called Closure because it has a slight taste to their old album but the song is mostly made up of their newer sound. But signifying the end of that sound for them. In this song, Danny explains that the entire genre is all the same, boring, unoriginal, and of course, dead. No bands of this genre have received Platinum albums, or even become nearly as famous and big as the bands in the 80's. I personally haven't heard anything impressive in a very long time now. Nowadays, everything is exactly the same. Asking Alexandria knows what it takes to truly become big. They are paving the pay (as they always have) and introducing the rest of the world to the genre of music we all adore so much. Perhaps metalcore/post-hardcore/electrocore/ (and other related genres) bands will finally start receiving the credit and attention they truly deserve. All thanks to Asking Alexandria taking the steps everyone else was too afraid to.
anonymous Aug 13th 2012 report
It's about them being themselves and how they're not changing for anyone. They get labelled and people don't think they fit in with society, but they're saying that no one could last in their life, hence the lyrics, "They say that I can't last a day in the real world, I say you wouldn't survive one night in mine."
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