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Album Review

Boys Night Out returns with an expanded form of the sound it debuted on the 2002 EP Broken Bones and Bloody Kisses. Make Yourself Sick (Ferret) initially paints the Canadian combo as a pop-punk band, with an upbeat pace and catchy tunes about soft-focus stuff like youthful love and heartbreak. However, the band also shares metalcore's love of jarring aesthetic shifts, not to mention screamo vocals. The result is a song like "I Got Punched in the Nose for Sticking My Face in Other People's Business" (only the first of many cheeky song titles), which begins as an exuberant Get Up Kids-style anthem full of giddy lead guitar and boyish lead vocals, but is periodically visited by the tortured, shrieking spirits of screamo. "First Time It Shouldn't Taste Like Blood", "Decent Human Beings", and "I Was the Devil for One Afternoon" all follow suit, tempering their rousing emo and slick punk revivalism with tooth-shattering yowls and severe sonic shifts. Tracks like "Anatomy of a Journey" and "Hold on Tightly, Let's Go Lightly are even more ambitious, incorporating elements as disparate as drum programming, pious church organ, digital vocal tuning, and solemn choirs alongside the usual banshee screams and sweeping melody.

Customer Reviews

I Got Punched in the Nose for Singing this Song Too Much.

I can't believe there aren't any reviews for this album! Boys Night Out is a great, talented band. Personally, this one is my favorite album by them. It has a perfect mix of scream, actual singing, guitar riffs and drums and is just plain catchy. Seriously, it will be struck in my head all day and even in my sleep. A definite must buy for any fans of the emo, mainstream scream, and even (i hate to use this phrase but i don't know any other way to describe it) pop punk. Fans of A Change of Pace, Silverstein, Four Letter Lie, Hawthorne Heights, and even Fall Out Boy type music will enjoy Boys Night Out. Definitely, have a listen to Boys Night Out!

This album will Make Yourself Sick.

This is one of my favorite albums of all time...No matter what I'm feeling. This is a cd I can always pop into my car. I just can't believe how old of a cd this is...Honestly if someone was to play this...Many people wouldn't realize it's 6 years old.

Biography

Formed: 1998 in Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Ontario-based pop-punk/emo/lotsa yelling combo Boys Night Out included vocalist Connor Lovat-Fraser, guitarists Jeff Davis and Rob Pasalic, bassist Dave Costa, and drummer Ben Arseneau. They debuted in 2002 with Broken Bones and Bloody Kisses (Ferret Music) and immediately began a furious touring regimen that would continue nearly unabated until the end of eternity. (Fellow travelers included types like Brand New and Coheed & Cambria.) BNO returned to wax in April 2004 with the slicker and more...
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