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Album Review

Is it hardcore or is it death metal? No, this isn't some warped play on the famous Memorex ad slogan, but rather a very valid question after listening to Emmure's debut album, 2007's Goodbye to the Gallows. Like many modern-day metal bands, Emmure vocalist Frank Palmeri can shapeshift his voice to resemble a death metal growler, a hardcore barker, and also a melodic metal singer. And the players are equally adept at pulling off all the tricky time signatures and start-stop-start bits that abound throughout the album. Such tracks as the album-opener "A Ticket to the Paralyzer," as well as "When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong" are both good examples of Emmure's brutal and unpredictable sound and approach. Certainly not easy to digest music, by any means.

Biography

Formed: 2003 in New Fairfield, CT

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

New Fairfield, CT-based metal quintet Emmure specialize in an emotionally brutal blend of blistering hardcore and punishing thrash that has drawn favorable comparisons to acts like the Acacia Strain and From a Second Story Window. The group, consisting of singer Frank Palmeri, drummer Joe Lionetti, guitar players Ben Lionetti and Jesse Ketive, and bassist Mark Davis, released its debut, Goodbye to the Gallows, on Victory Records in 2007. By the next spring, Emmure followed up with The Respect Issue...
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