11 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Submerged in American hardcore and fueled by a Bury Your Dead–style rage, this hammering Los Angeles quintet, on their fourth album, explore the drama, horror, and comedy of their youth and how it informs their adulthood. There’s faint longing without mawkish nostalgia. “This is me/This is you/Yeah, we’re coming unglued” howls singer Jonathan Vigil on “Blank Pages” while the band march with furious guitars, bass, and drums. The melodic “Wide Eyed” and “My Endnote” recall the choices and scenes that pushed their tender hearts forward. Coproduced by A Day to Remember’s Jeremy McKinnon, the album slams top to bottom.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Submerged in American hardcore and fueled by a Bury Your Dead–style rage, this hammering Los Angeles quintet, on their fourth album, explore the drama, horror, and comedy of their youth and how it informs their adulthood. There’s faint longing without mawkish nostalgia. “This is me/This is you/Yeah, we’re coming unglued” howls singer Jonathan Vigil on “Blank Pages” while the band march with furious guitars, bass, and drums. The melodic “Wide Eyed” and “My Endnote” recall the choices and scenes that pushed their tender hearts forward. Coproduced by A Day to Remember’s Jeremy McKinnon, the album slams top to bottom.

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About The Ghost Inside

Los Angeles, California-based metalcore outfit the Ghost Inside formed in 2006 under the moniker A Dying Dream. They released one EP, Now or Never, before changing their name and unleashing their debut full-length, 2008's well-received Fury and the Fallen Ones. Hard-hitting, passionate, and fueled by the kinetic riffing and thunderous breakdowns that have become synonymous with the genre, the Ghost Inside began to hit their stride on 2010's Returners, spending more and more time on the road honing their skills and sharing the stage with the likes of Devil Wears Prada, Bring Me the Horizon, and Parkway Drive. The band's third studio outing, Get What You Give, arrived in 2012 on the Epitaph label, and was produced by A Day to Remember's Jeremy McKinnon. The Ghost Inside's fourth studio long-player, Dear Youth, arrived in November 2014. ~ James Christopher Monger

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    Los Angeles, CA

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