By A Thread
The Last of the Daydreams
Not too sure about this one. Mid-paced with breakdowns and different change-ups, but something about it doesn’t fit me very well. There’s some really really slick production. Sure, Revelation is known to have good production, but this sounds like it is off some giant corporate label. There’s no rawness, and I like the rawness. Give me that energy! The singing is what would be called “good” (kinda like Morrissey making out with the Faith No More guy), which is quite unlike 99.9% of punk/hardcore/indie bands. I like bad singing. That’s what separates us from them . For the fans of slick-sounding emoish hardcore.
Revelation Records, P.O. Box 5232, Huntington Beach, CA 92615; http://www.RevHQ.com