Stray From The Path Stream
2013-09-19 by Krossceeper | 18 Comments

Long Island alternative hardcore act Stray From The Path are streaming their new album, Anonymous on YouTube, through Sumerian Records.

Listen to Anonymous here :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyFlqUDiTqw&list=PLqrvEZfkUgw7c1FA0GRaP-QRUjYA3f0ip

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Skoj
September 18th 2013

1102 Comments


Wow so rock very rock wow

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Mabbitt
September 18th 2013

1344 Comments


such rock. wow.

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Fieryfenderz
September 18th 2013

1432 Comments


so rock


much heavy wow
drop the bass

music

master of the songs
Stray from the path
wow

jacobybelgium
September 18th 2013

67 Comments


mmmmmmmmmmmeh

Calc
September 18th 2013

12111 Comments


album roolz

Digging: He Is Legend - Heavy Fruit

BillClinton
September 18th 2013

114 Comments


Album is soooooo good.


Sconza
September 19th 2013

257 Comments


So glad they ditched the screams and went in more of a bluegrass sound.
Album of the year for me.

Fieryfenderz
September 19th 2013

1432 Comments


The euphonium solos and breakdowns using only djembes are what did it for me.

fractured
September 19th 2013

365 Comments


I like the 32nd note harpsichord runs. Also the bassoon section really shines on the second track.

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Spec
September 19th 2013

27102 Comments


Yeah the bluegrass is what hooked me instantly. The Neil Young influence is definitely a plus as well.

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Scoot
September 19th 2013

17707 Comments


BLEH

XingKing
September 19th 2013

10312 Comments


The comments in this thread are beautiful. I want to live in this forever

DatBeefPudding
September 19th 2013

1280 Comments


is this anything like their previous releases? i liked MYOH

Veldin
September 19th 2013

1111 Comments


I'm highly opposed to this record and I suggest anyone who's enjoying this to take a deeper look. This album is garbage.

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weedblunt
September 19th 2013

558 Comments


"is this anything like their previous releases? i liked MYOH"
unfortunately they went for more of a J-pop/bluegrass hybrid this time around. And then they just threw in some Tibetan throat singing solos to fuck with us

Jamdbz
September 19th 2013

81 Comments


I wish they continued with the Europop sections they had in their last album

NonApplicable
September 19th 2013

1945 Comments


Could do with fewer of the Baroque and Glam sections. Good amount of Cowbell here though.

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Kyyzen
September 20th 2013

190 Comments


I liked the Celtic influenced sections along with the seemingly out of place Do-Wap sections.



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