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Great album from a great band!

Been looking forward to this album for a while! Got my pre order in the mail early and have been listening to it non stop, and I just have to say its amazing! It'd be hard to top a masterpiece like seperation but this album compliments it and builds upon their vision for that album in every way. Its darker, more atmospheric, has more energy, and is just a deeper album overall and couldn't be more happy with the way it turned out. In a day and age where there is so much over saturation, its refreshing to hear a band just be themselves and make great music. Let the music speak for itself, and pick this one up!

Solid forward progression.

Perfect the whole way through.

Balance & Composure

I first heard Balance and Composure when they opened for Senses Fail. I was intrigued because they were local, amazing, and I had never heard of them. I've purchased every album since. They never disapoint. You can feel the emotion in every single word Jon Simmons says. You feel what he feels. This is a solid band. Buy the album.

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Doylestown, PA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2007 after the break up of two local Doylestown, Pennsylvania bands, Balance & Composure is comprised of Jon Simmons (guitar, vocals), Andy Slaymaker (guitar, vocals), Erik Petersen (guitar), Matt Warner (bass), and Bailey Van Ellis (drums), all of whom were familiar figures on the local indie scene. Developing an effective, muddy, emo, hardcore post-grunge sound, the band released the I Just Want to Be Pure EP in 2008, following it up with another...
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