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In Loving Memory Of

Big Wreck

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Album Review

Conceptually, Big Wreck's debut album, In Loving Memory of..., is similar to such post-alternative, heavy neo-prog acts as Dream Theater, but Big Wreck isn't a metal band. Instead, Big Wreck is a hard rock band with prog pretentions, relying on texture and subtlety, not numbing riffs. With music like this, it shouldn't be surprising that the group is better at playing than songwriting. Each of the tracks contains unexpected and provocative musicianship, but many of the cuts simply lack strong hooks or melody. Nevertheless, there's enough skill within the group's music to make In Loving Memory Of... an intriguing, promising debut.

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iTunes review…HAhahaha

Lacks hooks or melody?? Really? Who wrote this? This album tears it up…Big Wreck rules.

Brings me right back to 1999

Its like the summer of 99 again with WAAF playing in the background haha. Big Wreck was good for the day, still holds up

Biography

Formed: 1994 in Boston, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The neo-prog hard rock outfit known as Big Wreck was formed by Ian Thornley (vocals, guitar), Brian Doherty (guitar), Dave Henning (bass), and Forrest Williams (drums). The quartet members met in the early '90s when they were studying at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. Eventually, the four spent more time jamming together than attending class, and they soon decided to leave school to form Big Wreck. The group became a fixture around Boston and Cambridge, regularly playing local stages. After...
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