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The Moment

Framing Hanley

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Album Review

Moment by Framing Hanley welds earnest emo gestures to heavy-edged modern rock, coming off somewhere on the spectrum between Incubus' post-grunge alt rock and Fall Out Boy's cresting emo attack. (The Nashville band could also safely be compared to 30 Seconds to Mars.) The lead single "Hear Me Now" pits ominous metal-lite guitar tones against the kind of emo pain that only kids in tight jeans, wristbands, and eyeliner can fully understand ("Now my body's on the floor and I am calling, I'm calling out to you/Can you hear me now?), complete with a shrieking vocal counterattack beneath the soul-baring sentiments. "All in Your Hands" owes a more straight-up debt to Incubus, with spiraling metal-lite cloudbursts of guitars dropping love bombs beneath high-wire vocal keening. "Built for Sin" trades in on the old sensitive brooding verse/high cries metal guitar chorus formula that has served numerous emo groups so well, while "Alone in This Bed" provides the requisite change-up: a heart-tugging love ballad with acoustic guitar opening and sweeping, grandiose flourishes. This a well-constructed album, but it's so highly derivative and so one-note emotionally that it becomes anesthetizing. We get it: you're in pain and you miss her. Anything else new under the sun?

Customer Reviews

amazing band.

I love these guys so much. They're different from a lot of other bands out there. It's like they mix so many different elements into their music. The songs are catchy and the music is just plain talented. I love Built For Sin and Alone In This Bed. But honestly, the whole album is my favorite. It'd definately worth the money!

rollercoaster of sound

from slow/softer songs to fast/hard hitting songs. This album is a rollercoaster of sound. There isnt one song on here that I do not enjoy. 23 days is by far a favorite for me, along with Built for Sin, Alone In This Bed and Hear Me Now Amazing range of vocals along with mesmerizing music

The review stinks...

Who writes the reviews for the albums? They really stink. This is a good band and the critic who wrote that review does not give the album the praise it deserves. Just because its not mainstream doesn't mean its not good. This is a great album and if you want something new to hear, listen to it. ....Itunes should get better critics or at least someone who actually knows what they're talking about. Geez.


Formed: 2005 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2005 in White House, TN, Framing Hanley initially played a blend of post-grunge and stylish hard rock under the name Embers Fade. High-school friends Chris Vest (drums) and Luke McDuffe (bass) met vocalist Kenneth Nixon upon entering college, while guitarists Brandon Wooten and Tim Huskinson joined the lineup soon after. Embers Fade retreated to Vest's basement to write songs and create demo records, which they later used to solicit help from former Creed bassist Brett Hestla. Impressed...
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