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Never can compare to the original Vanna with Chris and Evan. If they were a different band they'd be better but since they're still considered Vanna, no.

A tad bit different

I'm just so use to Evan's clean vocals and the catchy break downs that none of the songs so far have jumped out and caught my full attention. I'm not saying I hate this album , but it's going to take some time for it to grow on me.

Change is Vanna's case

Okay, so first off, as a fan of Vanna since their inception, I think this album is really great. Sure Evan's voice is absent, but the direction Vanna has been heading did not lend itself to his voice. I think Evan leaving was the smartest move for him and Vanna. What remains is still the Vanna we have been used to since Davey's arrival with top notch musicianship and vocals. The cleans are much more sporadic, but when Joel does intervene, it leaves a great indentation. Joel's voice fits perfectly into this Vanna "rebirth", more so than, dare I say it, Evan's. Joel's voice becomes more of an element to the music, rather than a stand out item (not saying this as a slam at Evan; I have nothing but love for that guy).

The Few and Far Between is an album that will sadly lose some Vanna fans because they are grasping more of the hardcore elements rather than the clean breaks, but for those that give this album a legitimate chance, accepting the fact that Evan is gone and they have continued wonderfully, will be very pleased.

For 28 or so minutes, they managed to pack in so many bits of genius, and tons of parts that make you feel like you are getting punched in the face, but in a good way haha!

But please, give this album a chance. Realize that Evan is gone (and Chris is lonnnnng gone, why his name is still being brought up, I'll never know) and is doing amazing things with Wind in Sails, as is Vanna!


Formed: 2004 in Boston, MA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Taking influence from bands like As I Lay Dying, Norma Jean, and Every Time I Die, Boston metalcore outfit Vanna were barely together a year before signing with Epitaph Records in fall 2005. Comprising Joe Bragel (vocals), Nick Lambert (guitar/vocals), Evan Pharmakis (guitar/vocals), Brandon Davis (drums), and Shawn Marquis (bass), their music often alternated between melodic singing and visceral growling. The band parted ways with Bragel for personal reasons in February 2006, and a new vocalist,...
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The Few and the Far Between, Vanna
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Mar 19, 2013

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