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Album Review

The third album for Phoenix, AZ's Anarbor, The Words You Don't Swallow finds the onetime teen punk band maturing into a mainstream emo-rock outfit. Having never veered too far afield from bands like Green Day and blink-182, here Anarbor are clearly picking up the massively popular emo-pop flag laid down by the dormant Fall Out Boy. These are straight-ahead rock songs with a bent toward revved-up power pop and some punk-disco-inflected choruses. In that sense, songs like "Drugstore Diet," "Let the Games Begin," and "This Can't Be Healthy" make good on the angular but catchy modern rock promise that Anarbor are clearly capable of. All of which is to say that The Words You Don't Swallow is a bit of a transitional album that goes down easily.


Formed: 2004 in Phoenix, AZ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Teenage pop-punk band Anarbor formed in 2004, when the bandmembers were attending junior high school in their hometown of Phoenix, Arizona. Lead singer Slade Echeverria, guitarists Adam Juwig and Mike Kitlas, bassist Jess Myers, and drummer Greg Garrity quickly became veterans of the Arizona all-ages scene. The band's debut EP, Hearing Colours, Seeing Sounds, was recorded in 2006 and released as a digital download the following year. On the basis of the EP and the band's growing live reputation,...
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