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Black Phantom Crusades

Red Animal War

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Red Animal War use imaginative arrangements, earthy guitar textures, a strong melodic sense, and pure rhythmic muscle to create an exciting variation on indie post-punk. The overall flavor of Black Phantom Crusades is reminiscent of D.C. post-hardcore (Burning Airlines), but the band incorporates some unusual instrumentation (saxophone, xylophone, piano) into their sound to make it a bit more varied than most of their peers. "Mouse" and "Jambalaya," in particular, employ particularly adventurous rhythmic ideas and unpredictable, dynamic twists and turns in the arrangements, resulting in a fresh take on melodic hardcore aggression.

Biography

Formed: Dallas, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The indie rock outfit Red Animal War came together in 1999 with musical friends Justin Wilson (guitar/vocals), Jeff Wilganowski (drums), Brian Pho (bass), and Matt Pitman (guitar). They've perfected their emocore style for something charming and desirable, allowing Deep Elm to take interest in the band and inking them a deal in late 1999. They spent most of 2000 recording in Deedle's Room in Austin, TX, recording what would become a full-length studio effort. The fruit of those sessions...
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