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Album Review

Obliquely Christian-themed positive post-hardcore from Kansas City, MO, Flee the Seen make their belated full-length debut with the pleasant but frustratingly uneven Doubt Becomes the New Addiction. Primary lead singer Kim Anderson is the band's focal point, for good reason: a much better singer than the average emo whiner, Anderson has a full-bodied voice that brings an air of assertiveness to tracks like the album highlight "300 Voices at Liberty Hall" and "Right Before You Disappear." Unfortunately, secondary singer R.L. Brooks has a textbook case of Generic Screamo Voice, and the songs he sings, such as "I'll Be Back on Sunday," are therefore far less interesting. If Flee the Seen were to focus all of their attention on Anderson's singing and songwriting, their music would improve dramatically pretty much immediately; given that they already show the potential to rise above the seemingly endless multitudes of other bands in the style thanks to Anderson, putting her out front for good seems like a no-brainer.

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Kansas City, MO

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Although Flee the Seen was the first band signed to the alternative CCM label Facedown Records whose music is not explicitly Christian in nature, the four-piece post-hardcore act from Kansas City, MO, still maintains a lyrically positive stance in the midst of their screamo assault. The roots of Flee the Seen lie in the small western Missouri college town of St. Joseph, where bassist and lead singer Kim Anderson and guitarist R.L. Brooks met while attending Missouri Western State University. After...
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