Until Your Heart Stops
Errors


4.0
excellent

Review

by Dante Alighieri USER (85 Reviews)
March 19th, 2011 | 40 replies | 9,697 views


Release Date: 2011 | Tracklist

Review Summary: "Hey there numbness / How I've missed you so"

4 of 4 thought this review was well written

Until Your Heart Stops - Errors

Intensity. It’s safe to say that if this is not present in some way or another in a hardcore band, you’re practically guaranteeing yourself for failure and a one way ticket to the laughing stocks. You don’t need to be as aggravated as Punch or Dangers, as more lo-fi bands such as Defeater and The Effort have proved, but there is a certain level of intensity that fuels every release that comes out the aforementioned bands; a fiery passion that burns in every chord and every word screamed/yelled/sung. Oakland hardcore band, Until Your Heart Stops, know this aspect of hardcore all too well and it manifests itself in their debut full length, Errors. In terms of assault and delivery of their music, it is nothing that hasn’t been done before. Containing several mixtures of hardcore, there are prevalent influences from bands such as Rotting Out, Mother of Mercy and Rein Supreme that make themselves known and felt all throughout Errors. Songs such as the under a minute track ‘Zodiac Signs’, followed by ‘A Cult Classic’, and another short track ‘Regressed’ carry a very heavy thrash influence that is the stuff intense mosh pits are made of. The tact and fury of Errors is even more apparent in the fact that while technically packaged as a full length LP, it barely tracks in at under nineteen minutes. However, this does not take away from the passion and message felt on Errors as it is more than enough time for Until Your Heart Stops to implant themselves in the minds and ears of the listener.

But so what if Until Your Heart Stops is another catchy hardcore band? What makes them so special, you ask? Well, the answer to that question is the surprising amount of depth that is found on Errors. While some thrash hardcore bands like This is Hell have a message to say, in the end, their words are normally sidelined for another catchy riff or another chance for a stage dive. Until Your Heart Stops show an uncanny level of maturity on tracks like ‘Errors’, ‘Caffeinated Blues’, and ‘Fish Ranch Road (The Wanderer)’ which brings the tempo of the song more to the level of Modern Life is War in its approach. Vocalist Murtaza Sajjad bares his heart and soul vibrantly and trangibly on every track; not just another bareheaded, knucklehead who cares more about crew and family. The level of depth found on Errors will make Until Your Heart Stops one of the top hardcore bands to keep a bead on in the future. Showing an unbridled passion and intensity that eclipses even more experienced, veteran bands in the genre, Until Your Heart Stops are poised to capture the hearts and souls of fans from a genre that will greet them with arms wide open.



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cvlts
March 19th 2011



8954 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

http://untilyourheartstops.bandcamp.com/

cant sleep, so forgive me if this sucks.

band is awesome, highly highly recommended.

Tyrael
March 19th 2011



20825 Comments


Nice reviewing spree man, I will check this out.
One thing: please don't ask questions to the readers, it comes off as pretty lame.

cvlts
March 19th 2011



8954 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

never really got that vibe about asking questions in reviews, but thanks though.

Hep Kat
March 19th 2011



15352 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this album is crazy

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iFghtffyrdmns
March 19th 2011



7047 Comments


nice read genocide, adding this to the download queue as you have sparked my interest

Ponton
Emeritus
March 19th 2011



5790 Comments


good review man, looking into now

Apollo
March 19th 2011



10290 Comments


nice review Dante, the only thing I found was this:

"a full length LP, is only tracks in at barley"

should be barely. Pos though, I think I should check this out. I've really been into hardcore lately and if this is similar to Defeater/Modern Life Is War I'm betting I will like it.

cvlts
March 19th 2011



8954 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

gratis everyone, make sure to check this out.

Hep: u should reconsider the rating on this braahh

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
March 19th 2011



23806 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

really nice review man, nice to finally see one for this. fucking great album.

djunior
March 19th 2011



743 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

good stuff. glad to see this reviewed

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Scoot
March 19th 2011



17731 Comments


this good?

cvlts
March 19th 2011



8954 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yaaa maangg 1/5

bungy
March 19th 2011



8843 Comments


sweeeeeeet

Hep Kat
March 19th 2011



15352 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this and manners are the most promising new bands in all of hardcore



and goooood times

cvlts
March 19th 2011



8954 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

naw brah, Departures.

Hep Kat
March 19th 2011



15352 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

departures are ok too

Captain North
March 20th 2011



6784 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

This is pretty fucking ordinary hardcore.

Ire
March 20th 2011



41754 Comments


listened to a few songs last week


it's cooo.

OnlyAnchors
March 20th 2011



867 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

um yea fools gold is tighter than a nuns cooter.

Inveigh
March 23rd 2011



24945 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

nice review Dante

will be getting this soon f'sho

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