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Album Review

After more than a decade of independent releases and self-financed tours, it’s safe to say that Glossary won’t be joining the Drive-By Truckers as big-time leaders of the country-rock movement. For those who’ve managed to stumble across central Tennessee’s best-kept secret, though, albums like Feral Fire are fine examples of Southern rock shot through with bar-band abandon, twang, and ruminations on life, love, and lust in a small town. The lineup has changed considerably since 1998, when Southern by the Grace of Location introduced Glossary as contemporaries of Centro-Matic and Lucero. Frontman Joey Kneiser is still in the driver’s seat, and he steers the band’s sound like Patterson Hood’s younger brother — not as interested in southern folklore, perhaps, but just as focused on the characters that inhabit the region. Like the title suggests, Feral Fire is full of muscled, guitar-heavy rock songs, most of them spinning stories of heartbroken narrators and hungover mornings. But the real highlight here — the one that makes Feral Fire one of the band’s best albums yet — is a stunning ballad named “The Sweet Forever,” proof that Glossary don't need decibels to make an impression.

Customer Reviews


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Phenomenal band!!!

Absolutely love these guys (and one gal)! They just keep bringin' it. All their albums are five stars to me and this one does it again. The real music in Tennessee is made outside of Nashville by bands like Glossary. They work their tales off and put out great music that they write themselves. It comes from the heart and soul and it rocks. So if you wanna get taken for a musical ride then start listening to Glossary because you'll get hooked!

Lost but found

Couldn't believe I found a sound like this by accident ......glad to be lost in the backwoods looking for good tunes and enjoy


Formed: 1997 in Murfreesboro, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Formed in 1997 in Murfreesboro, TN, Glossary melded its disparate influences -- Modest Mouse, Sonic Youth, Pavement, Neil Young, and '80s country music -- into a guitar-driven form of American rock & roll. Frontman Joey Kneiser, bassist Bingham Barnes, keyboardist Maggie Gresham, and guitarists Jason Manley and Gregory Jacks comprised the band's first lineup, which made its debut in 1998 by releasing Southern by the Grace of Location through the band's own Champ Records label. A second album, All...
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