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It takes only one glance at its chilling cover art to know that Chasing Ghosts is boldly dark. With its blast beats exploding into a lightning-quick melodic chorus, the brilliant title track proves that the band can be authentic on both extremes of the emotional spectrum. “Greens Avenue” encompasses tender pop and violent rock, while “Open Letter” shows ferocious anger morphing into ascendant faith. On “Pabst Blue Ribbon on Ice” and “Flowerbomb”, Ahren Stringer’s impassioned vocals entwine with Joel Birch’s scorching howls, whilst “R.I.P. Bon” affirms that love and wrath are two sides of the same coin.

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Unff

I came twice

Excellent

Best album out!

Amazing

This is without doubt their best album and is worth every cent!!

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Brisbane, Australia

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Brisbane post-hardcore act Amity Affliction were formed in 2002 by a bunch of longtime pals, still high schoolers at the time, who had been affected by the death of their teenage friend in a road accident. The band, initially a quartet, released a demo in 2003 and an EP in 2004, but did not start making waves in earnest until some time later. In 2005, after the screamer Joel Birch joined the fold, Amity Affliction went on a touring spell, working up a nationwide reputation as a powerful live band....
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