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It’s obvious from the first few ferocious bars of opening song “Seven Hours” that No Rain, No Rainbow is straight-up metalcore. (Producer Cory Spotts has helped give the band’s fourth studio album its most feral sound to date). A high-end boutique microphone puts frontman Ryan Zimmerman’s wild temper-tantrum vocals under the studio magnifying glass to sound like a man possessed as he screeches, howls and wails like he is being transformed into the very demons that torture him. But sometimes it’s companions that inspire this kind of heavy catharsis, as evidenced by the brutal assault of “Friends Are Friends For Never” where the mechanical-sounding drums fire off like machine guns under blazing guitars, cannon-heavy bass blasts, and Zimmerman shrieking like a ravenous, raving harpy from hell. A fountain of explosive guitar leads erupts at the top of “Jealousy Breeds Killing Sprees” before Zimmerman’s tripled vocals (one deep, one high and one slowed down) sound so evil that they make the bedeviled voice of Linda Blair’s head-spinning character in The Exorcist sound like Karen Carpenter. 

Customer Reviews


If your going to buy a cd from Greeley Estates, let this one be the last you pick. Every song sounds almost the same, and its just too heavy overall. After such a big improvement with their last cd, Go West Young Man, I was excited to see what they'd come out with next.. Greeley Estates is my favorite band so Im not one to put them down, but this is absolute garbage compared to their other stuff.

No Rain, No Rainbow

Greeley Estates returns to us with this overwhelming album. After Go West, and the departure of Telle, I wasn't sure if Greeley Estates would ever recover. However with their new bassist and all star cast including Craig Mabbitt, Beau Bokan, and Jared Warth this album has without a doubt proved me wrong. I've never gone half way with Greeley Estates. I trusted them when I bought Go West and you should as well. This album is well worth the money, and will remain deep within you long after purchase.

holy bajeebus

My God these guys continue to get heavier and heavier and i absolutely LOVE it. btw Jared Warth has some sick parts featured in Swim for Your Lives and Beau Bokan and Craig Mabbit are also featured in the album.


Formed: 2002 in Phoenix, AZ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Phoenix screamo outfit Greeley Estates formed in late 2002. A year after starting, the quintet -- vocalist Ryan Zimmerman, guitarist Dallas Smith, guitarist Brandon Hackenson, drummer Brian Champ, and bassist Josh Applebach -- was already building a cultlike following in and around its hometown with a slickly produced and self-released full-length, Outside of This. The group spent the next few years touring nonstop around the country and eventually found itself playing South by Southwest in Austin;...
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No Rain, No Rainbow, Greeley Estates
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jan 25, 2010

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