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No sophomore slump here

A damn solid follow-up to 2005's "Of Love & Lunacy", Still Remains display an excellent blend of very melodic catchy clean vocal choruses, with a less than predictable scream. Though it is Melodic Metalcore, it has a quite a bit more obscure influence than your typical punk influnced metalcore bands (Atreyu, Bullet for My Valentine, Dry Kill Logic), and that has afair bit to do with some exceptional keyboard in most songs.
Favourite songs: "Stay Captive", "Anemia In Your Sheets", "Maria", "Dropped From a Cherry Tree", "Avalanche", and "Float Like a Feather".
Too bad this band brokeup last year.

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Grand Rapids, MI

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

A metalcore act from the small upper Midwestern city of Grand Rapids, MI, Still Remains avoid the taint of sounding like every similar young band in their chosen style by prominently using synthesizers alongside the unison-riff guitars. As a result, their music has a strong similarity to European symphonic power metal acts such as Nightwish, giving the group a strong following both on the Continent and among North American fans of the style. Still Remains formed in 2002 with an original lineup of...
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The Serpent (Special Edition), Still Remains
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  • $12.99
  • Genres: Pop/Rock, Music, Pop, Rock, Metal, Alternative, Punk
  • Released: Jul 31, 2007

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