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With their 2005 self-titled debut having earned comparisons to such renowned names as Black Sabbath, Soundgarden, and Kyuss, the Massachusetts quartet Seemless plow through similar territory on their sophomore outing, 2006's What Have We Become. While vintage monolithic riffing is the name of the game here, ex-Killswitch Engage singer Jesse David Leach follows in the footsteps of many modern day metal vocalists — melodic singing alternates with hardcore-esque screaming. Tracks such as "Cast No Shadow" and "Eyes of a Child" follow this aforementioned formula, while "The Deep Below" takes things down a notch momentarily (bringing to mind when Pantera would do the same thing, check "This Love" from Vulgar Display of Power). But as evidenced by both "Maintain" and "Parody," if it's dainty little compositions you're looking for, you've come to the wrong place.


Formed: Worcester, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Positive, emo-tinged metal with a strong Christian subtext, Seemless is something of a Massachusetts metalcore supergroup. Formed in 2003 by singer and lyricist Jesse David Leach following his abrupt departure from the Boston-based metal act Killswitch Engage, Seemless adds guitarist Pete Cortese (also briefly in Killswitch Engage, as well as Medium and Overcast), bassist Jeff Fultz, and drummer Derek Kerswill (formerly of Shadows Fall, Medium, and, somewhat incongruously, the re-formed lineup of...
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