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Identity Crisis

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The southern California band Thrice merges hardcore, punk, and metal influences into a not entirely convincing whole on Identity Crisis. It doesn't help that the ordeal is anchored by oddly verbose, emo lyrics. Try the title track, for example: "Image marred by self-infliction/Private wars on my soul waged/Heart is scarred by dual volitions/Juxtaposed and both engaged/Kindle flame, a test of faith/Pray help me see it through/I put all my trust in you.../End this crisis of identity." That same track also represents an awkward conflation of styles, opening with a riff that, while probably aiming for Metallica territory, ends up closer to the '80s metal of Judas Priest or Iron Maiden. The riff is then followed by typical California punk-pop vocals that give way to hardcore screaming just when the listener is settling in. Other times, the group likes to start with innocuous acoustic strumming that gives way to frenetic blasts, a shock tactic that has gained the proportions of a cliché over the years. While it seems that, on the whole, Thrice's reach exceeds its grasp on Identity Crisis, tracks like "In Your Hands" and "Ultra Blue" represent the group's best side: melodic California punk. If Thrice would drop all of the style roving and avoid an excessive reliance on dynamics and posturing, the band would have real promise.

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iTunes should do away with their random featured “album review,” and just have a basic description that informs fans on the objective traits of the music. Let the customer reviews be the judgmental ones. After all, we’re the one’s that determine how many stars the album will get. This album has a nearly perfect score yet the featured review pretty much slams it. Seems out of place to me. Leave that s#*t in the blogs/magazines and let the customers' criticisms compete in the store :)

That said, this record is just plain fun and full of teen angst (in a good way), which the reviewer (Erik Hage), totally fails to see.

Long live Thrice!

Best album they have

Their first and best album the put out!

Great album!

Love these guys, especially this album. 1st album with many to follow!


Se formó en: 1998 en Irvine, CA

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Post-hardcore quartet Thrice formed in 1998 in Irvine, California. Guitarist/vocalist Dustin Kensrue, guitarist Teppei Teranishi, bassist Eddie Breckenridge, and drummer Riley Breckenridge all knew each other from high school and the neighborhood skate park, and the usual round of practices, music competitions, and local gigs helped hone their new band's sound. By late 1999, Thrice had amassed enough material to cut a proper record. Working with Death by Stereo's Paul Miner, the quartet recorded...
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