|UserSoundoffs 3Album Ratings 48Objectivity 40%Last Active 01-09-19 12:39 amJoined 01-09-19Forum Posts 0Review Comments 351
title says it.
|1||A Day In Black And White|
My Heroes Have Always Killed Cowboys
Typical Screamo with Post-Rock influences. I love this. Their second album was purely Fugazi infatuation. They did Post-Hardcore to the roots. However, their first was efficacious at the build up and release.
Today Puberty, Tomorrow the World
I mean, Tangled is like your quintessential second wave Emotional Hardcore.
Wants to be technical but misses the mark. Still aggressive as fuck
Sounds like Kidcrash, but with more restraint, but still chaotic.
The Old Road
For The Tree That Fell brings me back to driving a dark highway that in turn had a fallen tree that I clipped years ago. Brings me back to that memory.
After falling in love with City of Caterpillar I became aware of this offshoot band. Grunge with a hardcore edge.
Goes hard. Props to Pygmy Lush.
Kill The Man That Shot That Man
The song Terror Black basically made all of England's Post-Hardcore obsolete. Sounds like Blakfish / Meet Me In St. Louis /Million Dead/ Secondsmile and I'm sure shared some musicians.
|Don't recall hearing any of these so I'll check them out cheers |
|5 is great|
|7 is very rad |
|5 is one of my all time favorites...along with City of Caterpillar, Captain, Your Ship is Sinking, Envy, Et Tu Brute, Magdalene, Sed Non Satiata, With Horses In Her Eyes, and so on. |
|1 is legendary, first song is brutal|
|damn, 6 rules |
|I have not forgotten these.|
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