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On Texas in July's second album, One Reality, Chris Davis—the replacement for founding guitarist Logan Maurer—joined the Lancaster, Pa.–based post-hardcore quintet. On the group's eponymous third full-length, we hear a more confident and comfortable Davies trying out new approaches, right from the minute-long intro, “Initiate,” where big, chilling walls of effected guitar noise fall and crumble like arctic sheets. It serves as a fuse that detonates “Cry Wolf,” a bludgeoning assault of metalcore rhythms contrasted by some of the most progressive guitar work to grace the genre since Between the Buried and Me. “Shallow Point” sets the band’s bar of brutality higher than ever before, with stormy, blustering guitars and what could be drummer Adam Gray’s hardest-hitting performance recorded yet. “Without a Head” is an appropriate title for a song in which frontman Alex Good relentlessly screams his face off. Hints of a record collection peppered with thrash-metal surface in “Bed of Nails,” but even among the scribbled guitar distortion, the vacuum-tight arrangements are too progressive to fully succumb to thrash. 

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support these guys and buy this album!!!

this band is amazing, they work extremely hard and bring so much to the table...this album officially makes them my favorite band currently...their lyrics mean something and they play for God. Support these talented musicians!

go listen to other bands with a similar message:
august burns red
the devil wears prada
as i lay dying
everyone dies in utah
for today
this or the apocalypse
i, the breather
stick to your guns
the ghost inside
fit for a king
war of ages
and anyone else who praises the Lord and writes music that actually has a good meaning behind it

By Far Texas In July's Best Album Yet

To be honest, I wasn't ecstatic about Texas In July's previous album One Reality. Very odd and off cue compared to I Am. This album is the heaviest that these guys have released and a huge improvement from before. Cloudy Minds is amazing, giving a good balance of brutal breakdowns and enhanced growls. Bed of Nails already has paved the way for the success this album should bring to the band for the last few weeks and I can say for certain that I do not regret, even as a college student, pressing that Buy Album button.

I feel it in my bones

Haven't listened to it through yet, but this is their best release. If you're already here to see this, you're already winning. (Congratulations) Have a good day browsing through iTunes my friends

Also: check out the band Young Guns, they sound nothing like this.


Formed: 2007 in Lancaster, PA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Texas in July came together in 2007 while the bandmembers were still in high school together. Consisting of singer Alex Good, drummer Adam Gray, guitarists Christian Royer and Logan Maurer, and bassist Ben Witkowski, the group debuted its intricate, breakdown-heavy metalcore sound in 2008 with the EP Salt of the Earth, released on CI Records. The quintet followed up quickly the next year with its first full-length, I Am, which Texas in July supported by heading...
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