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Album Review

Eve 6 was naturally tossed into the mid-'90s hutch of generic post-grunge alterna-rock (think Everclear, Third Eye Blind, Marcy Playground), and their 1998 self-titled debut went platinum thanks to the heavy spin of single "Inside Out." Their brash attitude was certainly apparent, cheeky pop rock was in the full throw, and two years later Eve 6 flaunted their fiery rock demeanor once again on Horrorscope. It's another conventional rock record with thrashing guitar hooks and throbbing basslines firmly in place, but frontman Max Collins has lyrically improved. There isn't anything intellectually impressive and the hyperactive little boy excitement is still present, but a lush sweet side also shines through the album, specifically on songs like "Here's to the Night." The swooning ballad-esque atmosphere doesn't last long, for the dozen song set list is primarily hard rock layers of old school metal rock. "Rescue" is vibrant and twitching, glossed with electronic tinges, and "On the Roof Again" is the typical post-break up swan song cast for the pop kids leading the millennial punk revival. It's a nice switch from the angst-ridden insensibility of rockers like Fred Durst and the frilly fluff of the Britneys and Christinas. Horrorscope is a decent move for Eve 6, neither slumping nor skyrocketing. And like their modern pop/rock counterparts, Eve 6 keep it basic.

Customer Reviews

An incredible album

This is only album in existence that I know each and every word to. I can sing along with this album from start to finish, that's how many times I've listened to it (200+ times). Eve 6 does things with words in its lyrics that I didn't even know were possible...just see "Promise" and "Bang" for a couple of prime examples. These guys are also extremely talented when it comes to writing music. They have some of the catchiest, most powerful hooks ever played and it's hard to pick just a few songs with memorable melodies - they're all great. I can't even pick one favorite song, each holds a special place in my heart.

(Oh yeah, and the harmonies these guys sing are out of this world.)

Seriously. This is the most unreserved recommendation for an album I've ever made, and this isn't even the kind of music I normally like (I'm more of a hip-hop/post-rock/electronic kind of guy). But Eve 6 have made a believer out of me.

Pretty Solid

Most of the songs sound the same. Here's to the Night and Rescue are good.

great album

this is the one eve 6 album to own. there were a bunch of reviews on it, but the seem to have vanished. here's to the night blew away all the other songs in popularity, but they are all pretty good. too bad these cats are gone...


Formed: 1995 in La Crescenta-Montrose, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Punk-pop trio Eve 6 scored three Top 40 singles (as well as eight modern rock hits) during the late '90s and early 2000s. The band's two founders, guitarist Jon Siebels and bassist/vocalist Max Collins, signed a contract with RCA Records while still attending high school in La Crescenta, a neighborhood in northern Los Angeles. Originally called Eleventeen, the bandmates took three long years -- during which time they added a new drummer, Tony Fagenson -- to prep their debut album. The delay was intentional,...
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