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Panic Division no how entice, but have difficult keeping you around

Its good to see Colton Holiday his amazing outfit still alive in some shape or form, but his new album has its share of moments, but songs seem to cook up a steam that defaltes within in each song. "Shut up and Leap" has a driving beat but loses most of its momentum toward the end of the song, Songs like "Melody Ave" and "Easier" have ultra melodic parts but their sluggish rythyms make them a chore to listen to, Panic Division work best when they build epic tension through big walls of sound. if anything this bands most distinctly 80's flavored record (with modern electronic florishes), and goes for big airy hooks. But it gets kind of tiresome, when they bring in the big reverb drums...and they dont do much with them once they entice you for that minute or so. I'll still will give some level of recomendation, because it still retains The Panic Division's unique and big "aim for the stars" wall of sound, and their knack for great catchy chorus'. its jsut this time around they sound a bit defalted

Simply Amazing!

Though not really "The Panic Division" anymore, Sleepwalker is more of a solo project from former front-man Colton Holliday. It keeps right in tradition, however, and could have fit right in on the other albums. Dare I say this is his best work yet?


No need for a review, it's THE PANIC DIVISION!!!!!! Just click buy item!!!! This EP sounds like a mixture of both the first and the second album just like Colton said it would sound like. Just wish they/he will continue to push out great music.......


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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