“I fought long and hard to forget the past but with a broken heart and an empty flask I took the memories close and secure to my chest, then I cleared the dust from the shelves and I put them back. And we must all suffer the same fate because not everyone dies in their sleep. But what’s worse than being alive and awake? And this is for all the broken heart-ed may our hearts hurt no longer.”
whenskiesaregray – Super awesome and highly recommended.
Been listening to “We Built Walls So Our Hearts Couldn’t Cross” all day long, over and over and over again.
3 guys from Baltimore (formed in 2010) playing a furious blend of post-hardcore, emotive hardcore and modern epic screamo.
The record all in all is very despairing and intense. The first song 18-63…starts with a total blast…”I’m losing myself. I haven’t seen the sun since I can remember.” and it’s like a résumé related to the whole album. Brandon’s vigorous and fierce screaming seems to explode deep in my heart/ripping everything apart.
“And I’m still waiting for the clots to heal my chest and my heart but my breathing is labored and shallow at best.”
Every songs seems to digging deeper and deeper…it’s a wandering…a tough, sincere and revealing one.
“And I’m giving back my heart it’s empy and hardened from the trials of life. I’m worried sick I’ll have the chance to be something only to watch myself fall again. And I’m ashamed of who I’ve become, beaten and frayed from nothing at all.
Like so many times before, I don’t know what to say anymore because the feeling I have right now is just overwhelming and I’m kinda speechless…I’m sorry for that.
If you love bands like Voyage In Coma or Pianos Become The Teeth you should definitely check them out.
“Because the things that I dream of are gone, the second that I wake up.”
Also for fans of
Lastletters., The Saddest Landscape, State Faults, We Were Skeletons
01 – 18-63
02 – It’s Only Getting Worse
03 – Dead Weight
04 – Trap Doors
05 – Closure
06 – Tidal Waves
07 – Apologies
08 – I’ve Given My All, Therefore I Have Nothing Left