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... And Don't Forget to Breathe

A Static Lullaby

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Album Review

If Thursday somehow had a younger brother who was also related to the bands on Drive-Thru Records, out would pop A Static Lullaby. This five-piece band seemingly rides on the coattails of the emo-hardcore acts like the aforementioned band with the day of the week moniker. However, the vocal work is much stronger than the average hardcore band and more melodious than the run-of-the-mill emo act. Going back and forth between anguished screams and wonderful harmonies showcases this act at their best. For, while the music is by no means horrible, it's nothing revolutionary, and the vocals are forced to carry the weight of the project. Fortunately, they do a more than adequate job, causing the occasional musical highlights such as the guitar work on "A Sip of Wine Chased With Cyanide" to meet with ready approval. Occasionally the vocal intonation seems ultra-dramatic: whether it be overly sincere or overly tragic. Nevertheless, the majority of this project is surprisingly quality work. The hope, however, is that the band can mature and create something entirely their own for their next album. As for this ten-song release, while it's one of those albums that requires time to grow on the listener, for fans of emocore, it should be a worthwhile wait.

Customer Reviews

Genre check please...

How the hell is this pop? this is screamo. im not saying that there bad, cuz i love screamo, especially the songs that dont sing to much. Theres is a little to much singing for me, but id still listen to it. i just strongly feel that this is defenately not pop... whoever catagorized this is a poopyhead.

loved it when it came out

years later still the best cd ever!!

Mysteriously missing twice...

Maybe this was the first time I was introduced to the singing/screaming combo that came so frequently in the years that followed (and grew tiring at that), so maybe I am biased, but this album blew my mind when I first heard it. Still so solid to me. I bought it 2 times in CD form and it mysteriously disappeared. Good enough to be stolen I guess. Listen with an open mind and take the time of release into context. Gibson Guitars + Face Missing = Good Stuff.


Formed: 2001 in Chino Hills, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The post-hardcore/alternative rock outfit A Static Lullaby came together after a casual high-school jam session convinced its participants to quit their existing bands and launch a new group. Formed in 2001 in Orange County, CA, the band's initial lineup comprised singer Joe Brown, bassist Phil Pirrone, drummer Brett Dinovo, and guitarists Dan Arnold and Nathan Lindeman. A Static Lullaby's first show occured two week's after this formation, and a buzz began to build as the band played...
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