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The Next Four Years

United Nations

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Suprisingly Good

This is actually a solid album but you have to give it a chance. I haven't heard an album this intense since 2005ish. Don't worry about the bonus track, it's 20 minutes of white noise. After listening to the album a few times, my top songs are (in order of preference): Between Two Mirrors; the first couple minutes of F#A#$, Serious Business, Revolutions at Varying Speeds, and United Nations Find God

SOLID

Very intense. A great album if you're burnt out on metalcore like I have become. The production becomes a bit muddled at times, but the quality of the songs makes up for it. Sounds a lot like Deafheaven, except that Geoff from Thursday's voice is better and the music is not quite so artsy. It's much more in your face.

mmmm…..

delicious thursday-core

Biography

Formed: 2008

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Scoring a deal with a label is, for the most part, what every band hopes for. A bit of security, financial reward for a hard fought creative endeavor, or simply just a bit of fame and some notoriety — whatever the reason — a record contract can (sometimes) mean the difference between having to work a day job or not. But there are those tricky times when a "record deal" can turn into restrictive "contractual obligations," preventing members from fully expressing themselves outside of their...
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