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The Best of the Panic D Albums, Yo

Colton H is a crazy genius ala Prince or Steve Winwood or Stevie Wonder who plays all of the instruments on his albums and pumps out sick jams for the people. This album makes Sleepwalker sound like a bag of farts it is so good.


Never has an album left me in utter aw. If there was a definitive album that showcased pure emotion, this would be it. Eternalism is fantastic, the guitar riffs are so melodic and the atmosphere just puts you at peace. Colt's vocals are... well they're perfect. Production is top notch. Definitely THE album of the year. Holliday has really out done himself this time.

The Definitive Panic Division Album

Eternalism takes the strongest aspects of The Panic Division's previous albums, combines them, and perfects them. From the loop-driven walls of sound from Versus, to the melodic 80's-inspired tunes of Glasshouse, this album has the best of it all--there's even a throwback to the Carbon 12 Theory days in "Marching Tide." The layers upon layers of sounds and textures give Eternalism infinite replay value. The album also features Holliday's strongest vocals yet.

From beginning to end, everything from the atmospheric melodies to the gut-punching drums, nothing in this album disappoints. The revamped songs from the Sleepwalker EP are done beautifully, giving them the polish they deserve.

The album is an experience, so picking certain songs out of the bunch without getting the entire record is doing yourself a disservice. However, some highlights include "Silver Rings," "The Labor of Love," "No Power Great Enough," "Lifeline," and "Fireflies."

The fact that Holliday hasn't received the recognition he deserves is a travesty to say the least. This album is an EASY 5/5. The only thing wrong with the album is that it ends.


Formed: San Antonio, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

San Antonio's Panic Division (not to be confused with Pansy Division or Panic! At the Disco) arose from the embers of local post-hardcore/emo unit Carbon 12 Theory. Carbon's Colton Holliday (vocals, guitar), Daniel Stanush (guitar), and Tavis Wilson (bass) tapped drummer James Castillo and keyboardist Khary Alexander to form Panic, which maintained the emo urgency but increased the electronic textures and synth pop elements....
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