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So, DiSTANTPETE is back with another track. I'm thankful that I get to bring you my review of this track before it's release on Friday!

Bite Me is DiSTANTPETE's heaviest track to date. It's loud and in your face, but it's catchy and infectious like his previous tracks. It's almost reminiscent of something that BMTH could have brought out because it's that level of heavy within the sound, although the vocals are far from heavy the sound makes it appeal to people who prefer heavier music. I feel like because of the heavier sound, it's a lot more interesting and different. It's a song that could appeal to a lot of people because of the range of the sound. 

Pete has so much talent, and the range of his sound is insane! Bite Me really shows that well! It has all the things that I keep saying make a song good in my opinion, so it's got change and depth within the sound, it's exciting to listen to, it's catchy. 

Bite Me really is an insanely good song, there's just so many different elements within the track that make it a pleasant listening experience. This is honestly such a great song because of all the elements and the fact that it feels like you're listening to a heavy track, but it's not actually that heavy if you listen to the lyrics and Pete's voice rather than the sound. It's just insane. 

I feel like it's the most interesting track to be released this year, just because of the mixture of different sounds and genres within the track. I honestly think it's incredible! I'm obsessed with it, and I can't even put it into words how insane this track is! So please, when it comes out on Friday stream the fuck out of it! In the meantime make sure you listen to Pete's other tracks because you won't be disappointed! 

This is such an insane track, that I have to give it a 5 out of 5 lemons. It really is insane, it's catchy, it's loud, it's a pretty versatile song when it comes to the genres and appealing to different audiences. Please, go check it out when it drops! 

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