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this album ROCKS!

Second Coming is one of my all time favorite bands and this album rocks. I think I like it better than their first. Travis can sing like no other!

Criminally underrated cd!

This is a masterfully produced and performed slab of hard/melodic rock. Explosive vocals and great guitar hooks save the occasional sub-par lyrical passage, making this cd just shy of legendary. Buy this cd for "Devil Boy," "The Evil In Man," "Ritalin," and there's honestly not a bad song on this sucker. A perfect example of why the record industry is failing, because these guys should have been re-signed and pushed hard on the back of this record. A third full length cd with Travis Bracht still handling vocals is well overdue and they're super slow to update sites, but damnit, hurry up!

seattle music still lives

this cd is really good. It's as if the they are single handedly the keeping the seattle music scene alive. I love this band and recomend them to anyone that likes that classic seattle sound, you know back in the 90's. Every cd they have put out rocks!

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Containing members Yanni "Johnny" Bacolas (bass), James Bergstrom (drums, percussion), Dudley Taft (guitar, formerly of Sweetwater), and Travis Bracht (vocals/rhythm guitar, formerly of Peace and Silence), Seattle's Second Coming have a sound similar at times to their metallic rainy-city ancestors (Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, et al.). Releasing a few independent releases before their self-titled debut for Capitol, the band embarked on a tour supporting Monster Magnet prior to its release. Subsequently,...
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