Material Control. On 11 Music Lists. Add a Comment. Arrakakaka June 18th Comments. I might get this. Tam-Tam February 24th 93 Comments.
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The emo buff and metal shine they for the most part effectively apply also works wonders on non-scenesters, with Snapcase patches occupying the same backpack-space as decidedly cuddlier bands. Cadence 4. Coagulate 5. Exile Etiquette 6. First Word 7. Interrogation 9. Litmus Test New Kata Synthesis of Classic Forms Meanwhile, the guys' energetic, upbeat renditions of Devo's "Freedom of Choice" and "Gates of Steel" definitely lighten up the mood of the record, which, with such profound subject matter, is overall rather serious and reflected wonderfully in the music, which is complex, emotional yet aggressive hardcore that reiterates the feeling of immediacy conveyed through Taberski's signature high-pitched, scream-y vocals.