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Released in conjunction with the group’s fourth studio album, 2011’s White Lotus, Break Silence's Best of ESTK features 13 fan favorites and three previously unreleased acoustic renditions of songs from the Phoenix-based, female-fronted, melodic screamo outfit Eyes Set to Kill. Comprised of tracks from Reach (2008), World Outside (2009), and Broken Frames (2010), and bolstered by the powerful, clean, siren vocals of Alexia Rodriguez and the feral scream of Brandon Anderson, the collection, which feels more like a sampler than a “greatest-hits” package, offers up a solid playlist of notable ESTK heavy-hitters like “Heights,” “Darling,” “Ticking Bombs,” and the explosive title cuts from albums two and three.

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Tempe, AZ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2004 by sisters Alexia and Anissa Rodriguez, Arizona's Eyes Set to Kill set out to create their own take on the screamo genre. To fill out the lineup, vocalist and guitarist Alexia Rodriguez and bassist Anissa Rodriguez recruited vocalist and synth player Brandon Anderson, guitarist Greg Kerwin, and drummer Caleb Clifton. The group combines the driving emotion of Thursday and Thrice with technical hardcore reminiscent of Walls of Jericho and Poison the Well. The result is a fusion of the...
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