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2007's Versions marks Poison the Well's return to independent labels following a brief, one album sojourn with major Atlantic Records, which, if nothing else, served as endless fodder for self-absorbed debate amongst their notoriously possessive fans. In fact, it often seems as though Poison the Well's got thousands of bitchy girlfriends instead of fans, so here's hoping they'll stop their whining now that the guys have dumped that skanky high-priced major-label ho and hooked up with a hip-but-hot "indie chick" in the shape of hardcore specialists Ferret Records. They certainly should have no qualms with the band's choice of direction, since Versions finds them toying and experimenting with the same liberal hardcore philosophy that got them to this point, and, to that end, their selection of Refused producers Pelle Henricsson and Eskil Lovstrom is ideal. From album opener "Letter Thing" through to closer "The First Day of My Second Life," the band tempers the necessary bursts of pure hardcore with unpredictable detours into densely textured guitar dirges, likewise alternating clean and screamed vocals as need be, and sculpting dizzying citadels of sound out of standouts tracks like "Breathing for the Birds," "Pleading Post," and "You Will Not be Welcomed." Poison the Well is also quick to augment their recently depleted roster of musicians (this album being recorded by the remnant trio) with "exotic" instruments such as banjos, mandolins, and various horns used on the aforementioned "Pleading Post," the Spaghetti Western homage "Riverside," and the sublime, suitably named "Slow Good Morning," where a desolate atmospheric vibe somehow welds together the Beatles and Soundgarden. Thus are sowed the seeds to a typically progressive, daring, and no doubt controversial release from Poison the Well; so it now remains to be seen (and heard) how their girlfriends — that is "fans" — relate to it...let the bitching begin!


Se formó en: 1998 en Florida

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Hailing from Florida's southern tip, Poison the Well arose quickly within the underground hardcore punk scene, becoming a major touring act in several U.S. markets on the strength of a confident debut album and energized live performances. The band favored a style of metalcore that evoked the guitar histrionics of Slayer and the brutal stomp of Hatebreed, while also balancing the proceedings with doses of warmth and melody. The result attracted attention from major labels, resulting in a brief stint...
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