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Finch - What It Is To Burn

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Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2002-03-12 Year: 2002
Label: Geffen Records
Genre: Emo
Producer: Mark Trombino
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Review

This debut comes from a very promising band from the U.S. They mix modern rock like a more punkish version of Neve with melodic numetal ala Adema. Imagine if Lit had been on a concert with Stereomud and had been influenced by them. This is sure a very cool and interesting album! They have the perfect mix of good melodies with the extra edge and a great production ala Mark Trombino. And I also have to give some good credits to the very consistent level of the songs which are on a very high level all the time. Almost every track are really good but my favourites are the opener ?New beginnings? and ?Post scrips?. But Im pretty sure that you will found some other cool ones one this album. We also got a couple of ?Numetal screams ala Stereomud and Switched? here and there which suits perfect and sounds very cool. I strong debut from a very talented band!

Tracklisting 1. New Beginnings
2. Letters To You
3. Post Script
4. Grey Matter
5. Perfection Through Silence
6. Awake
7. Without You Here
8. Stay With Me
9. Project Mayhem
10. Untitled
11. Three Simple Words
12. Ender
13. What It Is To Burn - New Version


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