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real music is back

Love this amazing album. Full of real music with beautiful melodies and great rock guitar and drums. If you love real rock music, you will love this.

you cant go wrong with fred and andy!

this is a great rock album, i really hope that this album does well for these guys. i loved fred in tbs, but its nice to see him rockin his own thing. then you add andy on top of it and you just cant go wrong. 'hills of birmingham', 'wrap me up' and 'revolution' are some of my favorites.

Been Missing Fred

I've been missing fred since his departure from tbs. But this by far i think was the better road for him to chose. His writing skills are amazing and pairing him with andy and josh just made this project explode with awesomeness. Saw them on fathers day in Berkeley and for sure i thought they would still be working out the kinks. but it was by far the best show i had seen in a long time. great record.


Formed: 2010 in West Chester, PA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

A melodic post-hardcore supergroup of sorts, Terrible Things bring together members of Hot Rod Circuit, Taking Back Sunday, and Coheed and Cambria. Members Andy Jackson (guitar/vocals), Fred Mascherino (guitar/vocals), and Josh Eppard (drums) had all known each other from their touring days with their respective bands, so when they found themselves free to explore some other musical ventures, they knew that they all had the bona fides to make it work. With the band all together, Terrible Things went...
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