Bring 'Em Down

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Songfacts®:

  • Keyboardist Jamie Oliver told Kerrang! magazine that this track, "sets the tone" for their Weapons album. He explained: "It's very defiant, kind of 'We're still here, you can't kill us' kind of a thing."
  • Oliver told Kerrang! he feels the end of the song features lead guitarist Lee Gaze's "finest hour," as it contains "a riff so huge and greasy that Pantera would be proud of it."
  • The Lostprophets premiered this track during the warm up shows for the 2011 V Festival.

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