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so unknown and underrated, but so awesome

Secret Lives are from my area, but they broke up before I ever got to see them live. This is their third full-length release and unfortunately their last. This album swings from Pop Punk to Powerpop to Post-Hardcore to Screamo, it's so great. Their songs are so catchy and the vocals aren't bad either. You've got to check out the songs #3 Dirty Laundry, and my favorite one on the album #9 Painting Monsters. Check these guys out!

Amazing album, should have gotten more exposure!

I still don't understand why this album wasn't a lot bigger than it was. The songs are very cleverly written and the production is excellent.
A great feel from a solid band...they will be missed.

Love them.

I actually know some of these band members personally and this album is amazing. I saw them in person more than once and wish they were still making music. Definitely check out this album.


Formed: 2003 in Asheville, NC

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Secret Lives of the Freemasons formed in 2003, emerging out of the dissolution of two area bands (A Kiss Before Dying and Throwing Myself) and with a passionate combination of post-hardcore and emo, somewhat similar to acts like Glassjaw. The Asheville, NC, sextet is comprised of vocalist Brien Worsham; bassist Josh Carden; drummer Travis Moss; and guitarists Jim Debardi, Tucker Ensley, and Justin Elrod. The band journeyed to New Jersey in mid-2004 to meet with indie Astro Magnetics, who wound up...
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