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A powerful duo featuring guitarist and vocalist Josh Scogin (formerly of the Chariot and Norma Jean) and drummer Michael McClellan (ex-Becoming the Archetype), '68 deliver a righteous blast of guitar-driven, post-hardcore fury on their debut album, In Humor and Sadness. Merging the furious attack of metal with the stripped-down but imaginative approach of indie rock, '68's music is bracingly muscular even as it frequently mixes up the walls of guitar and percussion with brittle overlays of noise and resonant keyboard patches. Accompanied by the deeply personal, spiritually informed lyrics that were Scogin's trademark in the Chariot, In Humor and Sadness finds him taking his musical vision in a new direction that's leaner but still relentlessly powerful, while exploring new ways to work with rock & roll's two most basic building blocks, guitar and drums.

Customer Reviews

Too good

Anything I listen to sounds bad compares to '68's hardcore intellectual lyrics.

in humor and sandness

68 thats punk out amazing


Josh is a musical genus. Everything this guy is a part of is incredible. #7 with headphones on is perfect! This album is all I’ve been able to listen to since the day it came out.


Genre: Rock

Playing furious, stripped-to-the-frame rock rooted in metalcore and hardcore, '68 was the creation of guitarist and vocalist Josh Scogin. Scogin first came to the attention of alternative rock fans as the original singer with the Christian metalcore outfit Norma Jean; he left the group in 2003, just a few months after the release of their first album, Bless the Martyr and Kiss the Child. By the end of 2003, Scogin had formed a new band, the Chariot, which pushed his musical ideals in a new direction...
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