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A great start!

Slaves first album does not disappoint! The best thing about this cd is that it is very consistent, every song has the potential to be the best. I love Jonny, but I’m glad he isn’t all you hear. The whole band plays perfectly together and everyone has their shining moments on the record. I would recommend buying the whole cd because it is probably the one of my top picks of 2014, but if you don’t have the money I would recommend The hearts of our young (Natalie is so amazing on this song), The fire down below, and ashes.dust.smoke.(Those songs are a must). I hope they release a vinyl soon (yes this album is so good I’ll get it on vinyl). P.S. Lets hope Emarosa’s Versus is just as good. P.S.S. Jonny you need to get kurt travis as a guest vocalist on the next c.d.


Enjoy hearing JC back with a band after that atrocity of a solo album. Not as good as Emarosa or Royal ocean or DTBM1, but I’ll listen for a little. Do me a favor and drop the white rapping guy… that stuff is garbage

It's Alright

JC needs to find new musical territory to explore, all his stuff sounds the same, his first solo album was the only original, exploring-the-boundaries JC I've heard, other than that he really just does the same thing on every track he's on; this album is no exception. Meaning, the tracks on this album are good and everything, but it all sounds like the same track, which all sounds like most of the stuff he's done before.


Genre: Metal

Founded by former Emarosa and Dance Gavin Dance frontman Jonny Craig, Slaves are an experimental post-hardcore outfit formed in 2014. Also featuring guitarists Christopher Kim and Alex Lyman, bassist Jason Mays, and former Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows drummer Tal Wright, Slaves were quickly signed to Artery Recordings just two months after Craig announced that they were a band. With a U.S. tour booked before the group had even released an album, Mays announced he was leaving the band due to health...
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