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Customer Reviews

Love it

Super good band I can't wait for this album to come out. The lyrics are so strong and full of meaning must check out their song the brighter view I absolutely love it

Fantastic album

This album is the BEST hardcore album I've ever heard.
"Don't wanna know" and "Brighter view" are must haves!
Hell the whole album is must have. There is a spatial beauty, in its roughness. Like someone trying to sing my reality.

To The Wind Stays Terrific

This album continues the To The Wind library of strong, powerful, & meaningful songs! Some are a slight variation to their previous songs, perhaps more melodic, but overall they stay true to their sound & what makes them great!

Biography

Formed: 2008 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '10s

Based out of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle's To the Wind specialize in a pulverizing blend of post-hardcore and melodic punk metal that's delivered with deliberate yet positive intensity. Formed around the talents of brothers Tanner (vocals) and Ryan Murphy (guitar), along with Matt Farage (guitar), Tron Laur (bass, vocals), and Cory Lamb (drums), the band issued its first EP, The Hardest Part, independently in 2008, followed by a second extended-player, Foundations, in 2010. The group's third EP,...
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