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The Greatest Of All Lost Arts
The Greatest of All Lost Arts is the second album by the American post-hardcore band Lower Definition. The album was recorded in early 2008 with producer Kris Crummett and was released on July 8. The album contains 11 tracks, with Jonny Craig providing guest vocals on Pueblo Cicada. The band hand-picked Kris Crummett as their producer. This album marks the last appearance by bassist Stefan Toler and founding member/drummer Valentino Arteaga.
Equal Vision Records Presents: New Sounds 2011
In Medias Res
Sky Eats Airplane
Sky Eats Airplane
Sky Eats Airplane is the second album by American metalcore band Sky Eats Airplane. The album was recorded in early 2008 with producer Brian McTernan and was released on July 22. The album contains 11 tracks, 8 of which are new and 3 of which that are re-recorded versions of previously released demos. The album is the band's first album as a 5 piece and without former vocalist/programmer Brack Cantrell. It is also the first and last album with vocalist Jerry Roush. Prior to the album's release a video for the first single "Numbers" was made and was released on March 27, 2009.
The album debuted at #172 on The Billboard 200 chart with first week sales of 4,000.
Conversation Piece (Deluxe Version)
A Lot Like Birds
And Then the Hurricane
And Then The Hurricane is the first album by progressive rock band PMtoday. The album was independently released on October 9, 2007. This was the band's only album to feature bassist Nick Hargett and guitarist Kevin Middleton, who would leave shortly after the release of the album.
Go West Young Man, Let The Evil Go East
Go West Young Man, Let the Evil Go East is the third album by the American metalcore band Greeley Estates, released on May 6, 2008. The first single released from the album was "Blue Morning".
The album is the first by Greeley Estates without their previous post-hardcore sound and pursues more of the heavier metalcore musical style.
To Carve Our Names
The Vitality Theory
The World Needs Convincing Of All That It's Missing
Five Minute Ride
The Constant Dreamer
We're Not Friends Anymore
Bounce Energy Hear Me Out
A New Hope
A New Hope is the second studio album by American post-hardcore band Vanna. The album was released on March 24, 2009 through Epitaph Records. A video was made for the song "Safe To Say."
As If Everything Was Held In Place
As If Everything Was Held in Place is the debut album by American post-hardcore band Of Machines. It was released on March 3, 2009. The album was generally well received by critics and with it being the only album released by the group.
Everything's Watched, Everyone's Watching
Heavy Heavy Low Low
The Fall of Troy
Doppelgänger is the second studio album from American mathcore band The Fall of Troy, which followed up the band's bootlegged Ghostship Demos EP from 2004 as well as their self-titled LP from 2003. Four of the songs were re-recorded versions of tracks from the self-titled album, hence the name Doppelgänger. "Macaulay McCulkin" was taken from the Ghostship Demos EP, and was put onto Doppelgänger for unknown reasons.
The Octopus in the Igloo
Stars over Somber Skies
Balance and Composure
Lets Get Dangerous!
Birth.Eater is Oceana's second studio album, recorded by Cameron Mizell at Chango Studios in Casselberry, Florida. It is the first Oceana album featuring lead vocalist Brennan Taulbee and drummer Denny Agosto.
The album uses numerous Christian references and explores topics such as abortion and the trials of faith. The album is frank and explores Taulbee's traumatizing experience learning that his mother tried to abort him before he was born, but he survived. The album deals with his attempts to forgive her and move towards a positive mental state while constantly being held back by themes of loneliness, self-hate, and dying. The album is one of the first post-hardcore releases to feature heavily ambient, brooding atmospheres that were seen in later bands.
The Color Of Violence
Youthanize is the first full-length album by grindcore band The Color of Violence. It was released under Epitaph Records on April 7, 2009. The album was made purely for fun as guitarist and vocalist stated, "It may not be groundbreaking, and it may not sell any copies, but we tried to be ourselves and experiment, and we're all really happy with the way it turned out, so fuck it."
Generator. Operator. Destroyer.
Just Like Vinyl
Just Like Vinyl
Against Our Own Retreat
The Subtle Way
The Great I Am
Speak Your Dreams
Ghost Runner On Third [Featuring Jonny Craig]
Empty Days & Sleepless Nights
Empty Days & Sleepless Nights is the second studio album by the American melodic hardcore band Defeater. The album was released on March 8, 2011 through Bridge Nine Records. It was recorded at guitarist Jay Maas' Getaway Recording Studios in Wakefield, Massachusetts. Though bassist Mike Poulin was a member of the band at the time, bass on the record was contributed by former guitarist Gus Pesce and Jay Maas. The album is split into two parts; the first, Empty Days, showcases the band's usual hardcore style, while the second, Sleepless Nights consists of 4 acoustic tracks. Like Defeater's other records, it is a concept album, following the story of a different character from the plot outline first presented in Travels.
The Sound of Human Lives
Therefore I Am
The Sound Of Human Lives is the debut studio album by post-hardcore band Therefore I Am. The album was released on June 23, 2009 through Equal Vision Records. This album was produced by Mike Poorman who had previously produced Therefore I Am's 2007 EP Escape.
The Secrets To Life (Special Edition)
At The Skylines
Listen & Forgive Reissue
Arms Like Yours
Drop Dead, Gorgeous
A Few Easy Steps to Secure Heli-Camel Safety
The Life I Know (Special Edition)
The Life I Know is metalcore band Gwen Stacy's first full-length album released under Ferret Music. It was released on February 5, 2008. On November 30, they posted "The Path To Certainty" from their new album on their Myspace. The album leaked onto torrents on January 7, 2008. The first single was "The Fear In Your Eyes." The music video for the single "The Fear In Your Eyes" was released and shown on MTV2's Headbangers Ball. The artwork was designed by Sons of Nero.
Beyond the Citadel of Coup de Grâce
Fear Before is the fourth and final full-length album by the experimental rock band, Fear Before. The album was released on October 28, 2008, by Equal Vision Records and was produced by Casey Bates and recorded at Johnny Cab Studios and London Bridge studio in Seattle. This is the first album on which they do not use their former name "Fear Before the March of Flames".
On September 22, 2008, the band released the song "Fear Before Doesn't Listen To People Who Don't Like Them" in mp3 format exclusively to those on their mailing list. The song is now on their MySpace.
From October 20, 2008, to October 21, 2008, the full album was available for streaming on the band's Last.fm page.
Recover is the second full-length album by American metalcore band Confide, released on May 18, 2010 via Tragic Hero Records.
Avalon is the debut solo album by current Saosin and current Circa Survive, vocalist Anthony Green. It was released August 5, 2008 on Photo Finish Records, with a US tour to coincide with its release. Keith Goodwin, Tim Arnold, and Dan Schwartz have guest appearances on this record. The album leaked in its entirety on August 1, 2008. Anthony Green's Avalon is being made available on vinyl LP. The package includes the limited Vinyl LP and Digital Remix CD of Avalon, remixes created by Colin Frangicetto of Circa Survive.
No Bragging Rights
Noise, Noise and more Noise
Duck Duck Goose
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