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Another Plebeian

Chore

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Album Review

Chore's heavy-as-a-brick sound is also energetic, melodic, and furious, often growing in intensity but never spilling over into bursts of chaos. Another Plebeian is like a glimpse into a mind — from suppressed rage to hopeless despair — on the verge of a mental meltdown. Another Plebeian shifts from mellow to frantic — even showing hints of pop and punk — but rarely strays from its restrained rage. Ranging from painful rants ("Onloan Pacifier," "Backyard," "Serving Fluids") to somber dwellings ("Webster," "Liars Club") and fits of bitter anger ("It's All, It's Old," "Accept the Ruin"), Another Plebeian leaves you emotionally drained, yet strangely satisfied.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The hard and heavy Chore formed in January 1995 in the small town of Dunnville, Ontario; the band is comprised of Christopher Bell (vocals/guitar), Michael Bell (bass/guitar), and David Dunham (drums). In May of that year, Brian Pettigrew (bass) joined the band; Pettigrew and Dunham had met in 1994 during a short stay at the Hamilton Psychiatric Hospital. Chore's full-length...
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