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Album Review

On 2007's Bone Palace Ballet, its second outing for the Equal Vision label, the adventurous emo rock act Chiodos offers up an ambitious metal-tinged album. As always, the Michigan band presents a set of oddly named tunes ("I Didn't Say I Was Powerful, I Said I Was a Wizard"), but this time the group's arrangements are even more dynamic and dramatic, as on the dark, Wagnerian opener "Is It Progression If a Cannibal Uses a Fork?" which showcases frontman Craig Owens' expressive vocals., Rovi

Customer Reviews

Owens <3

Craig Owens is the best. <3

Not a well known band...

But they need to be! Seriously, i enjoy their music so far! It is very good :)

Another great album by Chiodos

Like I said in my other review. Don't listen to those illuminaudio fans. They're obviously knobs and listened to Chiodos for the first time through that album. I'd get this album (this deluxe album) and its got many extras as well.


Formed: 2001 in Davison, MI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Originally known as the Chiodos Bros., the sextet better known as simply Chiodos (pronounced "chee-OH-dose") — named after an obscure '80s horror movie term — came together during high school in their hometown of Davison, MI, located just outside of Flint. Citing influences like Saves the Day, At the Drive-In, and Queen, the band's sound was a melting pot of punk energy, metal riffing, melodic instincts, piano tinkering, and occasional electronic beats that prevented an easy genre classification....
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