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The Receiving End of Sirens

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TREOS will rock your world

I've had this CD for a full year and still listen to it religiously. With all the Renaissance allusions in their lyrics, it's like Shakespeare was reincarnated and thrown in an alternative rock band. Planning A Prison Break is a good song for TREOS to break into mainstream media with, but true joy is found in songs like This Armistice, The War of All Against All, and the Epilogue. I've never owned a CD with so many returning themes in lyrics and beautiful transitions. Anything else I could say about this album would be an understatement of their creative genius. But believe me, buy this CD and The Receiving End Of Sirens will blow out of your chair.

Best Band Ever!

The Receiving End Of Sirens is a pretty sweet band. You can tell that they are one of those bands out creating their own music. Some of my favorite of their songs are Planning a Prison Break, The Rival Cycle, and Broadcast Quality. iTunes needs to get their self-titled EP because this is the Best Band Ever And I can not get enough of their music.

Best Band ever. BUY THIS NOW!!!!!

TREOS has been my favorite band since their cd came out in last april. I've bought other cds but somehow this one always pushes the others out of my cd player , to make way for this undeniiable masterpiece! They are so solid and not only sound as good live, they sound BETTER! Their songs refer to shakespeare a lot and the album tells a story. Every time I read the lyics I figure out something new. The guitars will shred yor face, the vocals will melt give you goosebumps, and treos will makes it's home in your heart. Keep an eye out for these guys, they're gonna be big. Also keep an eye out for Casey's solo project, The Dear Hunter. I'm not sure when it's going to be released but I have the demos and the stuff will blow your mind. LONG LIVE TREOS!!!

Biography

Formed: Boston, MA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Boston's the Receiving End of Sirens preferred the first-name-only approach. In 2003 Alex, Andrew, Brendan, Casey, and Nate put out a self-released, self-titled EP that defined their approach to the post-hardcore/emo axis. Triple Crown Records noticed, and signed the band up. Their full-length debut, Between the Heart and the Synapse, appeared in April 2005, and TREOS enjoyed comparisons to contemporaries like Thrice, Mae, and Emery. Much touring ensued and, by the fall of 2006, the guys welcomed...
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