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Are You My Lionkiller? - EP

Imbroco

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Imbroco's impressive pedigree (Mineral, Pop Unknown, the Impossibles) is not wasted on the band's excellent debut Are You My Lionkiller? With a mature grasp on dynamics, texture, and melody, the group use simple ideas that are executed with utmost focus and conviction. Fugazi comes to mind during the crashing "Sixty Six Thousand Miles and Hour," which manages to push itself into higher layers of saturation and intensity as the song goes on, while the gentle moments of "October, November, Ohio" recall the flowery dissonance of Sonic Youth. Other moments have just enough oddball charm to invoke even Weezer, like the spirited "Northstar Is an Airplane." Like many emo core records, Are You My Lionkiller? is mixed with the vocals just low enough that the singer has to scream to get above the guitars; but, luckily, Imbroco's hooks come in the form of both melodies and riffs.

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And The Critics Say...

"In that period between the breakup of Mineral and during the early days of Pop Unknown came Imbroco, and Deep Elm has finally pulled their songs together for release. With Scott McCarver and Gabe Wiley from Mineral, it's easy to hear the edgy power of that band on Are You My Lionkiller? But with Wiley and Matt Breedlove also in Pop Unknown, it's also easy to hear the development of that band. Rory Phillips, formerly of The Stereo and currently The Impossibles, has a voice that can go from soft and pretty to emotionally on the verge of screaming in an instant, and although he sounds a bit cleaner and lighter than some emo bands' vocalists, he works perfectly here. So, you probably guessed what Imbroco sounds like: powerful, emotional, guitar-driven post-hardcore rock with beautiful melodic moments and moments of sheer, almost screaming intensity. Imbroco haven't been around for a while, and you're just hearing about it now, but thank Deep Elm for bringing these songs back. Because, if you're like me and you can't ever get enough of Mineral and post-Mineral style emotional rock, you're going to be longing desperately for these songs. Powerful, emotional, and held barely held in check from breaking into chaotic intensity, these songs deserve to be heard. And with beautiful packaging, this disc deserves to be had." - Delusions of Adequacy "Are You My Lionkiller is a dream almost tailor-made for fans of melodic, dynamic, lush, and rolling pop, with edges crashing on rock and sonic outburst like hysterics filling the spaces between the waves. I think these guys fall a bit closer to the pop-rock catch of Pop Unknown, but the last song heads toward the streaming, dreaming soul of what used to be Mineral with soaring beauty and melodic ache. Both clean and beautiful, creaming and scratched, it fills you, ocean wide." - Big Takeover "What's that old adage? From a small seed grow tall trees or something? Well, that could easily be applied to Imbroco's songs on Are You My Lionkiller? They usually start off small, quiet, introspective - like Holy Rollers or Elliot even - before they start to grow. They grow beyond all proportion until they have a sound that a juggernaut could pass through, with room to spare. The quality tunesmithery should come as no surprise though, bearing in mind they include two members of Pop Unknown, two members of the brilliant Mineral and the vocalist from The Impossibles. Hearing Imbroco in full flow is really an uplifting awe-inspiring sound and that's not to mention the way they can suddenly call a halt to that and reduce things to a subtle jangling guitar and fragile vocal. Another winner from the continually impressive Deep Elm roster." - Scanner "Imbroco are a swirl of soothing but occasionally harsh dynamics...The album's opener 'Sixty Six Thousand Miles An Hour' is an assortment of powerful, driving riffs seemlessly blended with gentle, warm resonating guitar...this is nothing short of essential." - Kerrang "Yet another winning band from Deep Elm. Imbroco has a good history and Are You My Lionkiller is a six song EP that makes an impression with its schizophrenic approach. Imbroco confronts you with soft, sensitive, sweet nothings out in the lobby and then strong arms you once you're inside. This album is a definite powerhouse. It's super solid and smooth to the last drop. With gentle strumming, poetic lyrics and some outstanding drumming, Imbroco will win you over." - Interference "The haunting pop echoes that resonate throughout 'Are You My Lionkiller?' prove that this album is as good as anything any of their respective bands have put out. From great power-pop guitar work as in the opening cut 'Sixty-Six Thousand Miles An Hour' to slow and artsy emo as in 'The Rain That Falls Won't Slow Me Down,' this record covers a lot of musical territory. Each songs seems to be an organic whole that runs the gauntlet of emotion from soft and introspective moments to crushing, guitar distortion and howling vocals. This is a truly impressive effort." - Skratch

Well

A lengthy review isn't very necessary. this album for it's time is absolutely incredible. Why these dudes didn't decide to do another album is beyond me. Probably the best thing they all had going for them at the moment. If your a fan of any of their other bands listening to this will blow you away.

Biografía

Fecha de formación: Austin, TX, 1999

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '00s

With their formation in early 1999, Imbroco became the third band to get together out of the Mineral breakup, with the other two being Pop Unknown and the Gloria Record. Also including members of the Impossibles, the Stereo, and Pop Unknown, Scott McCarver, Gabe Wiley, Matt Breedlove, and Rory Phillips make up their sound of gentle, complex guitar work and quiet vocals. Imbroco made their recording...
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