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Album Review

Melodic but hard-hitting Santa Clara, California-based post-grunge outfit Smile Empty Soul's fifth studio album finds the trio maturing into a solid amalgamation of Nirvana, Staind, and Breaking Benjamin. What sets 3's apart from previous outings is its confidence. Standout cuts like "Ugly" and "Carve" have definite hooks, and Smile Empty Soul aren't afraid to sink the barbs in and leave them there, but they're also not opposed to expanding their sonic palette, as is the case with the brooding and relentlessly heavy "Let Go" and the similarly paced single "Afterlife," the latter of which employs a pretty spectacular symphonic tsunami of guitars.

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Santa Clarita, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Smile Empty Soul was a heavy alternative trio formed while its three members were still in Santa Clarita, California high schools. Led by singer/guitarist Sean Danielson, the band also included drummer Derek Gledhill and bassist Ryan Martin. After honing their sound with numerous hometown gigs, Smile Empty Soul began venturing to the Sunset Strip, and eventually passed a demo to Todd Parker of the Los Angeles indie ThroBack. That exposure led to a deal with Jason Flom's Lava imprint, which was expanding...
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