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Not sure if there are any fans here but these guys released an album about 10 years and it is one of my all time favourites

 

Anywho they are back together and are releasing a new album , the two songs released sound great if not a little different from the original sound

 

From the debut album

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2tuP9HjeH8

 

New songs

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IAfpJgHjOs

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lh25gJXCqI

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Ok Listened and like both. This is a band Geoff will likely dig if he hasn't been introduced to them already.

nice to see another fan of the band !

 

I have a sneaky feeling he will have heard of them before , from looking back at the various modern rock threads he seems to have listened to every modern album ever made ;)

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Yep, extremely familiar with these guys and I still hold the 'Black Lines' and 'Phantoms' discs in very high regard. Very cool, and even more unexpected that they're back together and hitting us with a new album. Good news.

 

Their new sound is definitely different, but there definitely still appear to be good hooks on offer. I wonder what the guys have been doing all that time? Anyway, this one will definitely be checked out by me. Thanks for the heads up.

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Yep, extremely familiar with these guys and I still hold the 'Black Lines' and 'Phantoms' discs in very high regard. Very cool, and even more unexpected that they're back together and hitting us with a new album. Good news.

 

Their new sound is definitely different, but there definitely still appear to be good hooks on offer. I wonder what the guys have been doing all that time? Anyway, this one will definitely be checked out by me. Thanks for the heads up.

Yeah thought these guys would be up your street

I know that one of the members , think it's the singer actually, joined Anberlin as a guitarist and was with them til they split up but not sure about the rest

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So what do you guys think of the album? It's kinda safe, but a nice album. The title track is actually my fave;

 

 

There's just a lot of bands doing this style these days, and although I dig it, I also kind of wish a lot of them had just stuck with "their sound" and continued to "rock" a bit more. But it's a pretty cool album.

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So what do you guys think of the album? It's kinda safe, but a nice album. The title track is actually my fave;

 

 

There's just a lot of bands doing this style these days, and although I dig it, I also kind of wish a lot of them had just stuck with "their sound" and continued to "rock" a bit more. But it's a pretty cool album.

Yeah I am pretty much the same with this , decent but I do wish they had stuck to their old sound too

Haunted is my favourite on this

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