5 Songs, 19 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
202 Ratings
202 Ratings
tdwp929 ,

Watch these guys

Love this band so much, hard working, beyond friendly and make GREAT post-hardcore music. Yeah it's only 5 songs but Lou's voice is going to be seen as one of the top in the industry as they get bigger. They bring something new to Rise, they don't scream, sing and breakdown everywhere in every song, they have great fluidity in every song that makes them all unique. It's no question that everyone should check this band out, they cater to fans of the heavy and people who aren't, way to go guys!

jburr4558 ,


Wow these guys are studs. How to describe them? Memphis May Fire-ish but with not really any screaming. Instruments are complicated and pretty solid for such a young band. Finally a band with metal-ish instrument talent but not yelling and then adding clean chorus vocals (it gets old). Keep it up fellas.

prepcore ,

Good job

This is a awesome debut from a rad group. You can tell they worked really hard on this ep. I'm looking forward to a full length soon. I can hear the originality in the music, and the lyrics. I myself would like to hear more hard vocals, but I like that they are trying to go for a less generic sound. PALLISADES!!!!

About Palisades

Formed in 2011, Palisades are a post-hardcore band based out of Iselin, New Jersey. Channeling the melody and fury of bands like the Deftones into a crunching, breakdown-heavy sound, they don't sacrifice accessibility in their pursuit of aggression. Made up of singer Louis Miceli, guitarists Xavier Adams, Matthew Marshall, and Earl Halsan, bassist Brandon Reese, and drummer Aaron Rosa, Palisades signed on with Rise Records before releasing their debut EP, I'm Not Dying Today, in 2012. The band returned the following year to make its first full-length outing with Outcasts, which debuted at number 181 on the Billboard Top 200 and soared to number seven on the Hot New Artists chart. A few shifts in personnel preceded the release of the band's much-anticipated eponymous sophomore studio long-player, which arrived in January 2017, again via Rise. ~ Gregory Heaney

Iselin, NJ




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