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Album Review

Seattle-based, Misfits-loving, emo-goth rock outfit Aiden's fourth full-length album trades the mild industrial eyeliner vibe of previous releases for a full-throated punk metal-infused roar that will likely draw comparisons to fellow angst-worshippers Avenged Sevenfold, AFI, My Chemical Romance, and Taking Back Sunday. As far as unapologetic, image-driven chroniclers of teenage hate go, Aiden is no better or worse than any of its contemporaries, employing big hooky choruses, lyrics that feel pulled directly from the back cover of tenth grade notebooks, and enough expletives to warrant a clean version, but all of the manufactured rage in the world can't outrun the fleet feet of cliché.


Formed: 2003 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Hailing from rainy Seattle, Aiden combine post-hardcore and punk attitudes with gothic aesthetics and a love of all things horror (not to mention, of course, the Misfits) to create surging, darkly melodic music. Aiden formed in the spring of 2003 while the bandmembers were still in high school, taking their name from the young ghost-seeing boy in the 2002 horror flick The Ring. A few lineup changes occurred early on; the quintet -- Nick Wiggins (bass), Jake Davison (drums), Angel Ibarra (guitar),...
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