Opening the iTunes Store.If iTunes doesn't open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop.Progress Indicator
Opening the iBooks Store.If iBooks doesn't open, click the iBooks app in your Dock.Progress Indicator

iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection.

We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. To preview and buy music from To You, the Past, and the Questions Left Unanswered by Feature Presentation, download iTunes now.

Already have iTunes? Click I Have iTunes to open it now.

I Have iTunes Free Download
iTunes for Mac + PC

To You, the Past, and the Questions Left Unanswered

Feature Presentation

Open iTunes to preview, buy, and download music.

Album Review

Many years in the making, Feature Presentation has understandably gone through quite a few lineup changes since frontman Josh Lamore formed the band in seventh grade. However, the current lineup has been in place since late 2005, although some of the songs on this album date back to Lamore's junior high school days, which may explain why the music within is such a wonderful hodgepodge of styles, as if the band are splattering their past about the set. "Matt's Song," which opens the set, is a case in point, a glorious emo-rocker with big production values that inexplicably slides into chundering death metal at the end. In total contrast is the album closer, "Where to Begin," that begins and ends in a downtempo interplay of gorgeous guitars. In between times, Feature bursts out into melodic punk, a flurry of storming beats, powerful guitar riffs, and harmony drenched vocals. And at their core, the band is a melodic punk group, propelled by a powerful rhythm section and infectious melodies, all lashed by a dual guitar attack and strong harmonies overhead, with "February" and "Sleepless Nights" best illustrating the band's undiluted melodic punk soul. But elsewhere the band splash other styles into the mix, like the metal that cuts across the otherwise bright and breezy "I Wonder" or the classic rock that slides into "Never Be the Same." There's a great military tattoo break in the middle of that latter number, while "Seeing Dead" boasts some surprisingly delicate vocals early in. "Sunlight" defies its title with slow ominous passages and threatening atmospheres, while the aptly titled "Change of Pace" swings from sweet harmonies to gruff howled vocals, while the music shifts between crunchy speed-punk and slower passages. Yet for all its dramatic shifts in style, what holds the set together is the band's core assault of ringing guitar leads and propulsive riffs, compulsive rhythms and anthemic choruses. I'm not sure what the questions were, but Feature Presentation seems to have all the answers here.

Customer Reviews

oh jeez

these guys are so amazing. i heard about them while standing in line to get in to warped. please please PLEASE check them out. you wont be disappointed.

You never know a band until you see them live.

Their music is amazing. Their fanbase, also amazing. The live shows are something that truly tell you what living is. And the group themselves are the nicest people you'll ever meet. They have talent. And they have good sound. At least buy two songs. You won't regret it.


this ablum can be sumed up in one word, AMAZING. if you liked their ep, this album will blow you out of the water. these guys have worked so hard to get where they are today. buy this album, it is definetly one of the best albums in the underground. you will not be disapointed

To You, the Past, and the Questions Left Unanswered, Feature Presentation
View In iTunes

Customer Ratings