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Melodic post-rockers the Holy Fire followed up their independent 2004 debut EP with another EP, this time for the Southern California indie imprint The Militia Group. Produced by Flaming Lip Michael Ivins, In the Name of the World is tightly wound, emotive, and succinct in its commercial aspirations without sacrificing any of the Detroit collective's signature volatility. Ivins, a bass player by trade, has fortified the songs' foundations in a way that allows each track to succeed on both a musical and muscular level, allowing standout cuts like "Bombs in the Distance" and "Raised on Planes" the room to pound away at the skull before engaging the brain. Vocalist/guitarist Sean Hoen channels everyone from Jeremy Enigk to Robin Zander, giving a lyric like "Kiss me right here with your mouth/All sick from smoke and beer" a necessary dose of desperation and transcendence, the latter of which the Holy Fire seemed destined to achieve.


Formed: 2003 in Detroit, MI

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Detroit's Holy Fire began in 2003 with a casual, mostly acoustic collaboration between drummer Nick Marko and vocalist/guitarist Sean Hoen. But the band found its true direction in the heightened volume of Hoen's electric guitar, and the addition of bassist Nathan Miller and guitarist Dan Skiver solidified the sound. (Miller and Hoen were veterans of the late/great Detroit-area deathcore unit Thoughts of Ionesco.) By early 2004 the Holy Fire were recording their debut EP in Toronto, and honing their...
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