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Not too bad

ICEvapor (not that you'll ever probably see this,) just letting you know that this band re-formed not too long after you wrote your review :) At times the album reminds me of Three Days Grace if they were fused with Chevelle, except when they introduce the screaming, (The Casket of Roderic Usher, for instance.) Overall though it's a really areally good album. The only reason it didn't recieve a five-star rating, was because after hearing "Ink," everything else just seemed second tier, even though it's still good.

Good Album

An exellent album. The best songs are Bitemarks And Bloodstains, Miro, Ink, and the first 3 songs. I would also recommend listening to What It Is Too Burn and Falling Into Place. I think that they are better than this album, but this one still has some great songs. (By the way Finch is no longer together). :(

I Lol'd

This album is really wicked and something you don't hear every day. Great sounds and in my opinion the best Album by Finch since i bought all of them. It has this epic sickness to it. Another amusing thing by the way is, if you listen to the beginning of the song "Dreams of Psilocybin" after the first second a guy laughs in the background about the singer ;D

Biography

Formed: Temecula, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

California-based emo rockers Finch, originally called Numb, include vocalist Nate Barcalow, guitarists Randy Strohmeyer and Alex Linares, bassist Derek Doherty, and drummer Alex Pappas. Strohmeyer actually had a hand in getting the band signed to Drive-Thru Records. The young guitarist contacted the label incessantly, intent on generating interest in his music. His fan mail and pestering even led to friendship of sorts with Drive-Thru owner Richard Reines. So when Strohmeyer inevitably pitched him...
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