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Album Review

Don't you just love a rock band that is hard to link to a single subgenre? By the early 21st century, it's becoming increasingly hard to find bands that refuse to align themselves with a single, easily categorizable style, which makes Moros Eros' third release overall, 2007's Jealous Me Was Killed by Curiosity, a most welcome arrival. Elements of indie rock, emo, and even vintage '80s new wave can be detected in Moros Eros' sonic stew — which includes slashing guitar work à la Gang of Four, bouncy bass, synth blips, and ever-morphing vocals that run the range from warbling to melodic and even to anthemic singalongs. Just give a listen to such standouts as "On My Side," "Wake and Wait," and "Lows and Highs" for the proof. And in an age when most rock bands take years between releases, the Moros Eros lads use their youthful exuberance to their advantage — only a year separates Jealous Me Was Killed by Curiosity and its predecessor, 2006's I Saw the Devil Last Night and Now the Sun Shines Bright.

Customer Reviews

Just great

I don't have much to say other than that I've listened to this album no less than 50 times and it still hasn't gotten old. Just great.

take it from disapointedbear.

This album never get old, even after two years of listening to these guys


Formed: Marietta, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

After moving to the Atlanta suburb of Marietta, GA, to live with his grandparents, singer/guitarist Zach Tipton started playing in a band with some new friends of his, drummer Bobby Theberge, keyboardist Chris Firebaugh, and an unnamed female vocalist. But Tipton soon grew tired of their dance-rock direction, prompting the crew to switch out their extra singer with bassist DJ Schulz, and the guys started playing a more grounded indie rock clattering under the name In Vitro. The quartet recorded the...
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