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4AM Friday

Avail

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Album Review

Opening with the rallying cry of "Simple Song" and winding down with the chugging rocker "Nameless," Avail's third album finds the Richmond, VA, punk band settling into a standard — but still enjoyable — formula. Loaded with catchy, singalong numbers, 4AM Friday rarely expands on the group's previous efforts, though an acoustic rendition of "Swing Low" again demonstrates a penchant for quieter material.

Customer Reviews

Their Best????

Quite Possibly....This Is Great Top To Bottom..And On This Remastered Version You Get Live At The Bottom Of The Hill....Great Stuff

Biography

Formed: 1988 in Reston, VA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

A gritty punk quintet from Richmond, VA, Avail comprises vocalist Tim Barry, guitarist Joe Banks, bassist Gwomper, drummer Erik Larson, and "cheerleader" Beau Beau. Their distinct sound is based in the sincerity and aggression of punk, the power of classic rock, and an admiration of the nearby Washington, D.C., hardcore scene of the late '80s. The group originally released their debut, Satiate, on their own Catheter Assembly Records in 1992, but the album was re-released two years later by Lookout!...
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