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Album Review

Rooted in New York hardcore aesthetic, but not in traditional hardcore per se, Glassjaw falls under a new breed of bands that pay homage to the traditional chant and response of classic NYHC (New York Hardcore) but without the chants, and without the shout-outs. If you think that makes little sense, so does Glassjaw's non-linear music. And even though Glassjaw doesn't look like an aggro rock band, they very much are. At least on paper. Featuring extraordinary ambidextrous drummer Sammy Siegler (of Gorilla Biscuits/CIV fame), Glassjaw has paired up with producer/entrepreneur Ross Robinson (a key catalyst in the reinvention of the aggro rock sound) to take you on a pummeling ride that would make Bad Brains and Quicksand proud. Along with Robinson's unorthodox production, Glassjaw places an inordinate emphasis on Daryl Palumbo's somewhat atonal voice, putting it at the forefront of the album's mix. His intense delivery wraps around the music, giving it an edge that one wouldn't otherwise expect. Intensely dense, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence succeeds on many levels. With Palumbo's ability to completely and unequivocally assault the senses with his voice, the subversive riffs of guitarists Beck and Todd Weinstock take songs like "Pretty Lush" and "When One Eight Becomes Two Zeros" to impressive places. With few choruses to speak of, the band literally piledrives the menacing material into the ground. Much like the Deftones, Glassjaw changes gears when you least expect it. [Roadrunner's 2009 edition included two bonus tracks.]

Customer Reviews

Finally

If they wont put out a new album, this is the next best thing. The original is addicting. This is amazing. One of my favorite bands, along side taking back sunday, blink 182, and boys night out. Wavering on weather or not to get this? Do it. It is worth the buy.

one of the best albums!!!!!

Anyone who cares about good music should have this album. This is the one of the best bands ever. BUY THIS YOU WILL NOT REGRET!!!

Great Album, but as for the remaster

Honestly, it does sound better than the original version. If you use high quality ear buds, or have a high quality home or car stereo youll notice how all the instruments truely come in clearer and cleaner than before. Ive heard this album at least 1000 times, and it has never had so much oomph from the kick drums, and the bass sounds truely alive through a subwoofer. i was skeptical at first about this, i mean why would you pay $12 for an album you already own. well like ive already stated everything is cleaner and definately much louder. If you love this album (glassjaw isnt a radio band per se so if ur reading my review hopefully its because ur like me and wanna read reviews about the remastered sound, not the album because its ten years old, enough has been said about the music itself at this point) and you want the highest quality sound for it, you wont be sorry. I would pay another $12 for this if that means it will bang in my car as great as it is banging now!

Biography

Formed: 1994 in Long Island, NY

Genre: Rock

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

Long Island, NY-based progressive hardcore band Glassjaw was formed by singer Daryl Palumbo and guitarist Justin Beck in 1994, longtime friends who began collaborating as teens. Roster changes regularly plagued the influential group during its formative years, with guitarist Todd N. Weinstock, bassist Manuel Carrero, and drummer Sammy Siegler completing the lineup for Glassjaw's 2000 debut album, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence. Siegler was replaced by ex-Orange 9MM drummer Larry...
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal, Hard Rock, Alternative
  • Released: May 01, 2000

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