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Saosin's second album crackles with big, pleading choruses and searing riffs as they deepen the emotional and stylistic contours of their post-hardcore sound. The result is a set that camps out at the border of melancholy and urgency, melodic invention and thrashing chaos. On “I Keep My Secrets Safe” and “Say Goodbye,” they pivot between labyrinthine guitars and refrains sticky with atmosphere; Cove Reber rises from the din, bringing with him a newfound tenderness. Yet as the sidewinding “Is This Real” demonstrates, the singer is still beholden to his own seething frustration and rage.


Formed: 2003 in Newport Beach, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

California-based Saosin were one of the formative bands on the post-hardcore scene, and one of the first to embrace social media as a way of promoting themselves. Saosin burst out in March 2003 with their explosive screamo-tinged debut EP, Translating the Name. For the recording, the band featured vocalist Anthony Green, drummer Pat McGrath, guitarist/vocalist Justin Shekoski (ex-As Hope Dies), and former Open Hand members bassist Zach Kennedy and guitarist/vocalist Beau Burchell. The band's name...
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