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Age of Ignorance catches Our Last Night in the full throes of reinvention, trying out new strategies while keeping the best elements of its past approach. Screamo eruptions and bone-crunching breakdowns are de-emphasized in favor of a more nuanced sound colored by ‘80s-influenced synth textures. Matt Wentworth’s clean vocals and guitar work increasingly emphasize pop hooks and soaring choruses, backed by lean, agile playing by bassist Alex Woodrow and drummer Tim Molloy. Though Trevor Wentworth has less opportunity to unleash his trademark harsh singing here, he does assert himself with a vengeance on “Liberate Me.” The album has much to say about both societal breakdown and personal torment—the title tune is a particularly scathing attack on The Powers That Be. Tracks like “Fate” and “Invincible” grapple with the madness of modern life, while “Reason to Love” rips the bandages off a wounded romance. Eclectic and inventive, Age of Ignorance is the work of a band just starting to find its true voice.

Customer Reviews

Things have changed.....

For the better. Of course I love OLN's older style, but I feel like this new album sounds so much more fresh than putting out another album that was strictly post-hardcore. They experimented, and won.

I am disappoint...

Who is this it's not the our last night I've waited this long for. Having an view on everything is good and all but I don't need it in my metal/hardcore only 3 songs with any screaming. I don't need the conspiracy theory/ political views, song are better for radio I guess but not what I was hoping for when I head Liberate Me. Sorry boys but this was a disappointment for me


So what does Trevor do now that there is barely any screaming?


Formed: 2004 in Hollis, NH

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

New Hampshire-based post-hardcore band Our Last Night was formed in 2004 by brothers Trevor (vocals) and Matt Wentworth (guitar, vocals), along with childhood friends Alex Woodrow (bass), Colin Perry (guitar), and Tim Molloy (drums). Combining the melodic structures of emo with the guttural sounds of hardcore, Our Last Night sporadically toured the New England area for three years, releasing several EPs and self-made demos along the way. These recordings found their way to Epitaph Records, where...
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