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Our Time with You...

Relative Ash

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Album Review

Relative Ash's 2000 debut, Our Time With You..., is an album of unprecedented musicianship, crafting searing metalcore guitars with emotionally draining vocals that range from dramatic sincerity to gut-splitting despair. Relative Ash is a band that embodies talent; each musician is keenly adept at producing exquisite blasts of raw passion, unleashing music that is as touching as it is tumultuous. Junior Antunez and Carlos Salazar's amazing guitar proficiency embraces the listener and leaves the soul beaten and bloody. John Salazar shows awe-inspiring skill behind the drum kit, pounding out brutal beats and then coating the songs with percussion perfection. This amounts to an unbelievable debut, as all these musicians' combined efforts exceed any expectation, and are truly glamorous. Marcus Harrington's deeply personal lyrics add painful realism to Relative Ash's songs, and his screams bear overwhelming intensity. As Harrington vents his anguish and frustration through his music, one can feel this pain and can sympathize with his plight. Unfortunately, Harrington also proves to be a stumbling block to many listeners, as his vocals carry a strong resemblance to Chino Moreno from the Deftones. Despite this drawback, Our Time With You... remains tremendously impressive as a band debut, and leaves the listener avidly awaiting future recordings. ~ Jason D. Taylor, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Great CD

I'll get it out of the way, they do sound like Deftones. But the 'Adrenaline' Deftones, and that's it. Not the 'Around the Fur' and nowhere even close to 'White Pony', but I am a huge Deftones fan and the similarities are hard to ignore. Not a bad thing at all, especially if you like the Deftones. This was a great way to fill the gap between their always long-awaited releases. Most of the songs on this CD have sexually-orientated lyrics, but nothing that hasn't been heard before. The music is heavy and fast. If you like hard rock, then you'll like this CD.


There are some addictive songs, but overall, as an album, it isn't as good as people make it out to be. Definitely not for the faint of heart, either (particularly the lyrics to the first 3 tracks).


I think these guys never took off because of the Deftones mood they convey. Too similar in sound, but I dig some tracks on here, sorry guys.


Formed: 1996

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Alternative metal band Relative Ash was formed in Chicago in 1996, featuring a membership of vocalist Marcus Harrington, guitarists Carlos Salazar and Junior Antunez, bassist Chuck Ford, and drummer John Salazar. Becoming popular in their hometown, the band snagged small supporting gigs on the 1998 Warped tour and the 1999 X Games tour; they eventually...
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