Reason to Believe Subscribe to Metal Injection on. The first full-length studio release in seven years from the Delaware post-hardcore band was produce by band member Chad Istvan. Notes From The Plague Years from , Boysetsfire have always been pretty true to a hardcore sound that defined an era of music and that’s what While A Nation Sleeps is. In short, While A Nation Sleeps is not to be missed. Where this record stands out from the pack — in terms of the insane amounts of hardcore and whatever else coming out in droves over the past few years — is that it sounds like a bunch of seasoned pros killing it at their craft without being the slightest bit bored at doing so. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter E-mail.
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While a Nation Sleeps. Let It Bleed Bridge 9 Records Genre s: With their signature mix of political and personal themes set to a surprisingly dynamic musical backdrop, long-time fans and even newcomers should find something to enjoy jation.
Then there are songs like “Far From Over,” which is just downright heavy as fuck and needs zero explanation.
After a three-year hiatus that saw the post-hardcore veterans lend their time to projects like the Casting Out and Young Lady, the band reconvened in and soon set to work on some of their truly heaviest, most aggressive and scathing material to date—as well as some of their most melodic. The Bootleg Series, Vol.
I hope you will be in Prague again soon More Blood, More Tracks: If you’re looking for a passionate hardcore record with amazing vocals and sick instrumental work that ties together in a beautifully done package, then this is it. Notes From The Plague Years fromBoysetsfire have always been pretty true to a hardcore sound that defined an era of music and that’s what While A Nation Sleeps is.
Barring The Misery Index: Bridge Nine Records Boston, Massachusetts. Phone Call narion a. Sure, While A Nation Sleeps harkens back to a time when emo and hardcore were still a big thing and metal really isn’t what it is today, and that sound is wwhile in there as much as any Boysetsfire fan would want it to be.
Will Andras This is up there with “After the Eulogy” altho the amount of quotes from “The Dictator” sampled in is a bit weird.
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Started inBridge Nine is a label that specializes boystsfire hardcore punk, with over recordings in our catalog. Where this record stands out from the pack — in terms of the insane amounts of hardcore and whatever sleepa coming out in droves over the past few years — is that it sounds like a bunch of seasoned pros killing it at their craft without being the slightest bit bored at doing so.
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boysestfire Take songs like “Closure” and “Heads Will Roll” as prime examples of what this record is; balls out hardcore jams that have a serious leaning toward the good ol’ days, but with a pretty modern metal feel to them that can’t be explained as well as it can be felt. Boysetsfre us out and keep an eye out for updates!
Far from Over Posted by Greg Kennelty on Nagion 8, at 1: Admittedly, there is probably nothing on While A Nation Sleeps that quite scales the peaks of the their finest works, there is no ‘Rookie’, no ‘My Life in the Knife Trade’ but there are plenty of pulse quickening moments for fans and non-fans alike. Boysetsfire make a spectacular return to music with their latest release, While A Nation Sleepstheir first album in over six years.
Album Review: BOYSETSFIRE While a Nation Sleeps
All this publication’s reviews Whille full review. The record just screams “we had a lot of fun making this and you better fucking love it!
No user score yet – Awaiting 1 more rating. Both Directions at Once: Tristan A fearless force of musical expression, which draws you in with surprisingly accessible alt-rock choruses, although with flashes of energetic melodic punk and hardcore never far away.
Holy Hell – Architects. Heads Will Roll