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Album Review

In the grander scope of things, there wasn't much time between the release of Thursday's Full Collapse and Calico System's The Duplicated Memory, and yet the latter seems to belong to some sort of school of screamo that the former had a big hand in creating. The ten songs on this album certainly showcase some diversity in the music and range in the vocals. And while it may seem strong in some ways, The Duplicated Memory is also weak in others. Many other bands seem to have a similar sound at this point in time, but the band seems to have an understanding of the importance of range and mixing things up. Since this is their debut album, hopefully they'll continue to learn and make improvements as time goes on.


Formed: 1998 in St. Louis, MO

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Although the name suggests something to do with either kittens or old-fashioned fabrics, the Calico System are in fact a standard-issue metalcore band from St. Louis, MO. Claiming Pantera and Helloween as their primary influences, the Calico System formed in 1998, playing local gigs and recording demos with a variety of lineups until a final version of the group solidified in 2001. Singer Mark Owens, guitarist Shawn Keith, bassist Nick Schaflein, and drummer Erik Ramsier self-released the Calico...
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