The Bled - Pass The Flask
Anyway, back on topic. The Bled hail from Tuscon, Arizona. Appearently this place is quite boring since the band sounds pretty pissed off. The guys are inspired by bands like Converge and Refused, and this results into a slightly "typical" modern metalcore/screamo sound. I dont care if people call them a hardcore band, there is to much melody and "metal" going on for that.
After reading some reviews about this cd, most of them are pretty to very positive. And I wonder why? The band seems to exist out of very capable musicians, but the moments that made me go "this was cool" were..lets say, > 5. I bet blabla-core fans will love it, but this reviewer could not be entertained for the full lenght of this cd. "Pass the Flask" might be regarded as one of the "better" metalcore releases from 2003, but I`m still not sold. Maybe the upcoming record can change that.
1. Red Wedding
2. You Know Who's Seatbelt
3. I Never Met Another Gemini
4. Ruth Buzzi Better Watch Her Back
5. Sound Of Sulfur
6. Porcelain Hearts & Hammers For Teeth
7. Get Up You Son Of a Bitch, Cuz Mickey Loves Ya
8. Spitshine Sonata
9. We Are The Industry
10. Nothing We Say Leaves This Room
Mike Celi - Bass
Jeremy Talley - Guitar
James Muñoz - Vocals
Ross Ott - Guitar
Mike Pedicone - Drums
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|Buzzin Hornet on Wednesday June 15th 2005 23:20|
|It was about time you f*cking moron|
|Carn on Wednesday June 15th 2005 23:27|
dont bitch, bitch
|11 on Thursday June 16th 2005 22:15|
|f*cking moron, bitch,.... ^o)|
|Bastian Blackrain on Friday June 17th 2005 14:52|
I think we should search Carn's desk a little bit better. Who knows what we'll find there?
|Samwise on Wednesday June 22nd 2005 00:03|
68? Blasphemy! This deserves 85 at least! When this came out I was listening to it solid for about two months. This makes me wanna go find it again in fact. Its around here somewhere....
Plus, the breakdown in Porcelain Hearts is the best damn part of the album. The whole acoustic quiet bit beforehand is leading up to it, and couldnt really hold its own as a seperate song.
|Bastian Blackrain on Thursday June 23rd 2005 10:30|
"Its around here somewhere...."
That says enough ^^