10 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Although '68 was founded in 2013 by Josh Scogin, of beloved metalcore titans The Chariot, the duo take their heaviness in an entirely different direction. Two Parts Viper, the band’s sophomore outing, hews toward scuzzy blues-punk, with rickety garage-rock marathons like "This Life Is Old, New, Borrowed and Blue" and grungy post-rock wailers like "Death Is a Lottery" setting the tone for the proceedings. Even the lighter songs, like sparse breakup ode “What More Can I Say,” are charged with an impassioned agony.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Although '68 was founded in 2013 by Josh Scogin, of beloved metalcore titans The Chariot, the duo take their heaviness in an entirely different direction. Two Parts Viper, the band’s sophomore outing, hews toward scuzzy blues-punk, with rickety garage-rock marathons like "This Life Is Old, New, Borrowed and Blue" and grungy post-rock wailers like "Death Is a Lottery" setting the tone for the proceedings. Even the lighter songs, like sparse breakup ode “What More Can I Say,” are charged with an impassioned agony.

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