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Days of the New II

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Customer Reviews

a full album

I was not crazy about this album when it first came out. In fact most albums i consider classics, I did not enjoy the first few times around. But this album after the 4th or 5th listen grabbed me by the balls. I love this album, but you have to listen to it from the begining to the end to experience its brilliance.

Very good album...

Travis Meeks shows what an incredible talent he is on this, his second album. Listen to Weapon and the Wound to see what I mean; an outstanding song. Enemy, Bring Yourself and Provider (amazing song) are all stand out songs. Not quite a 5-star album as I'm not a big fan of non-musical tracks (Untitled), but worthy of any music lover's collection. I think we could still see a lot of good stuff from him/them in the future.

Me gusta mucho

Although this isn't their best work it is definitely worthy of some praise. Their guitar work is just amazing. They do with the acoustic guitar that I thought were not possible. I love it.

Biography

Formed: Louisville, KY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

By the late '90s, a whole new generation had missed out on experiencing the likes of Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, and Nirvana first-hand (with some perhaps not even knowing of their existence at all), so a new crop of similarly styled bands picked up the slack, including Days of the New. Originally hailing from Charlestown, IN, before relocating to Louisville, KY, the group's leader from the get-go was singer/guitarist/songwriter Travis Meeks, who recruited friends Jesse Vest (bass), Matt Taul (drums),...
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