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Album Review

Forever Ended Yesterday takes modern rock to the brink and teeters knowingly on the edge. Treading the path of Taking Back Sunday and A Day to Remember, These Hearts craft a gutsy juxtaposition of post-hardcore and screamo. The North Dakota quintet toggles back and forth between youthful modern rock and dirt-pounding metal, often line by line. The mid-verse mood swings propel songs like "Apology Rejected" and "Live to the Point of Tears" along a trajectory that appeals to the angst of young teens but also makes it difficult to get to the "heart" of the band's beliefs. The cross is daring at best and disparate at worst, ultimately showing signs of potential but failing to convey a sound that sticks.

Customer Reviews

Impressive

I bought this album because it said "for fans of A Day To Remember and Underoath". This band is quite different from them, but they were definately worth it! Amazed at how good they are!

cool

i heard these guys in jctv and i liked it keep rockin for God awsome stuff christian rock has the best music ever

GOOD!

Heard these guys on JCTV! there pretty cool guys! good music too!

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Fargo, ND

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Based out of the snowy, upper Midwest, hard-hitting, faith-based post-hardcore quintet These Hearts blend the pulverizing rush of metalcore with the confectionary mellifluousness of pop-punk, bringing to mind contemporaries like Taking Back Sunday, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, and A Day to Remember. Formed in 2007 in Fargo, North Dakota around the talents of Ryan Saunders (vocals), Isaiah Folk (drums), Kyle Colby (guitar/vocals), Daryl Van Beek (guitar), and Tyler Rice (bass), the band self-released...
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