13 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The beloved post-hardcore outfit reunites (and reignites) with its original frontman, Anthony Green. Along the Shadow is a raw, cathartic album that flips effortlessly between tenderness and violence, melody and aggression—often in the same song. Just listen to the band break down the galloping but pretty “Illusion & Control,” or the way Green’s plaintive wail bleeds into a scream on “Second Guesses,” like David Banner finding his estranged Hulk.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The beloved post-hardcore outfit reunites (and reignites) with its original frontman, Anthony Green. Along the Shadow is a raw, cathartic album that flips effortlessly between tenderness and violence, melody and aggression—often in the same song. Just listen to the band break down the galloping but pretty “Illusion & Control,” or the way Green’s plaintive wail bleeds into a scream on “Second Guesses,” like David Banner finding his estranged Hulk.

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