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Floral Green

Title Fight

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Filtering influences from earlier punk bands like Jawbox, Bad Religion, and Samiam (still going strong!), Pennsylvania’s Title Fight have been slugging it out since 2003, releasing a string of singles and EPs and only one album***, their 2011 debut, Shed. Their deep involvement in the Wilkes-Barre scene (playing in other bands, organizing venues) feels proportionately related to their stylistic integrity, working the melodic punk sound into new forms without ever really changing it or abandoning it for something else. With two guitarists/vocalists (Jamie Rhoden and Ned Russin) sharing those duties, Title Fight do a stellar job of keeping things interesting, multitextured, and sharp-edged. The pulsating, introspective opener, “Numb,” is as effective as the slow melancholy of the closing track, “In-Between.” The Fugazi/Minor Threat–inflected tunes (like the pounding “Sympathy”) are as visceral as the almost-breezy “Like a Ritual.” Rhoden and Russin keep urgency and grit in their voices at prime levels for the band’s fierce energy and abrasive guitar sound. It’s been said before: real men aren’t afraid of a little melody.

Customer Reviews

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Solid Album

This album truly shows that Title Fight has matured as a band as well as in their personalities. The lyrics in this album are much deeper than they ever have been in the past. You can definitely get the sense of what they're trying to achieve in their opening track "Numb, But I Still Feel It". It continues on to hear more upbeat, catchier songs that got Title Fight to the place they are now with their songs "Secret Society" and "Sympathy". However, you do get to see a side of Title Fight that is rather rare, with the first song they released prior to the album debut "Head In the Ceiling Fan". Many were worried how the new album would sound after hearing "...Ceiling Fan" as the first single. This album definitely doesn't disappoint though. It still has it's upbeat, fast, catchy songs that they had on "Shed" and in "The Last thing You Forget". The only downside is that they don't have any songs that are nearly as aggressive as previous fan favorites such as "Coxton Yard", "Symmetry", or "Introvert". However, this could possibly be a downside or an upside to the album (depends if you prefer their aggressive or softer songs better). All in all, this is a super solid album that is definitely worth checking out! I would recommend downloading "Sympathy" if you could only download one. It sums up their new sound on the album the best!

Absolutely perfect

I can hear influences from both The Last You Forget and Shed, but it's still new and unique enough to be recognized as a brand new sound. Floral Green is, in my opinion, their best release and I'm very happy with it.


Formed: 2003 in Kingston, PA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2003 in Kingston, Pennsylvania, Title Fight serves as a throwback to the early days of emo and post-hardcore, combining a driving, guitar-driven sound with anxious and gravelly hardcore vocals. The group initially formed as a trio consisting of Jamie Rhoden on guitar and vocals, as well as twin brothers Ned Russin and Ben Russin on bass and drums, eventually adding guitarist Shane Moran in 2005. The band released a number of singles and EPs that would eventually be compiled on 2009’s The...
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