The Stereo State - Have All My Friends Gone Deaf? (2011)

Автор: A.I. от 4 января 2012, посмотрело: 1223

Категория: emocore, screamo & emoviolence

The Stereo State - Have All My Friends Gone Deaf? (2011)Исполнитель: The Stereo State
Альбом: Have All My Friends Gone Deaf?
Год: 2011
Страна: USA (Holyoke, Massachusetts)
Стиль: Emo Punk
Битрейт: 273 kbps VBR V0, Lame 3.98.4
Длительность: 00:31:24
Издатель: Creator-Destructor Records
Размер: 61.62 МБ
01. Ahhgust – 3:01
02. Soldier's Home – 2:08
03. As Honest As I Can Be – 3:21
04. Not At Fault – 2:49
05. Horse To Hell – 2:18
06. Overchurr – 1:21
07. No Constellation – 3:06
08. Tug Of War – 2:37
09. Cherry Street – 3:46
10. No Faith, No Fear – 3:25
11. Shitfaced – 3:31


For their debut full-length, THE STEREO STATE entered Black and Blue studios in New Bedford, MA in May of 2011 with producer/engineer Trevor Reilly (A Wilhelm Scream). The result is 11 tracks of emotionally hard-hitting and genuine punk rock in the vein of Samiam, Farside, and Lifetime.

Trevor Reilly states: "When The Stereo State came to record with me, it really felt like a party was rolling through.I could tell immediately that these four guys were the best of friends and really just had the best time with each other, and it shows in the music they create. I could tell they couldnt give less of a shit about being popular or famous, all they cared about was these songs they labored over with love. I heard flashes of Bouncing Souls, Black Train Jack and even Lifetime in these jams. The honesty of east coast punk permeating every chord and drum fill and it brought me back to when i was a kid hearing those groups for the first time. Their songs were from the heart and catchy as fuck. Such a rarity these days. I am honored they let me produce this record and I am proud that we share the same home state. Timeless energetic rock music that aims for your soul, not your wallet"

"Have All My Friends Gone Deaf?" is sure to infuse a wave of nostalgia into fans of 90's Fat/Epitaph punk rock, as well as please fans of more mid-tempo acts like Jawbreaker and Dinosaur Jr. However, while the band doesn't hide their influences, THE STEREO STATE has succeeded in establishing a sound and presence that they can call their own: a truly refreshing and admirable quality in modern punk rock!

The Stereo State spent every weekend in the first 4 months of 2011 up in Gabe's apartment writing and cutting demos for this record. We were super inspired by events in our own lives and thrilled to be working with Trevor Reilly. We had a lot to prove and we stayed focused on the mission of creating the best possible album we could.

Everyone in the band contributed so much to the making of each individual song that make up this album. We wrote many songs for it, but trimmed down the list to make the most "complete album" we could. We tracked for 2 weeks with Trevor in May, and the album was mixed and mastered in the months after that.

We are extremely proud of this record and would once again like to thank Ben Murray @ Creator Destructor Records, Zack Ohren, Mike Supina, and Trevor Reilly for help in making this record exactly what it needed to be. Another HUGE thank you goes out to our best friend Jeff Lynch who spent countless hours with us tracking those demos as well as tracking more guitars for the record in post-production.

Engineered by: Trevor Reilly & Mike Supina
Produced by: Trevor Reilly

Mixed and Mastered by: Zack Ohren @ Castle Ultimate

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Producer/engineer Trevor Reilly (A Wilhelm Scream).

Сначала прослушал 2,5 песни, во второй раз 6,5, в третий дослушал до конца, с трудом. Как по-мне то и не плохо вроде, но все же недостаточно, чтобы хорошо. Не слушаю такую музыку, если только иногда, и то как выше было написано - с трудом.

"Have All My Friends Gone Deaf?" is sure to infuse a wave of nostalgia into fans of 90's Fat/Epitaph punk rock - не не не, вы про какой то другой 90's Fat/Epitaph punk rock видимо говорите.

Melodic Punk, если понимать под этим то, что я написал в комментарии к:, то ДА.



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