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One of my new favorites

I don't think that Twelve Hour Turn fans will be disappointed with this one. Rich Diem's new band definitely has some similarities to THT, yet brings in some new elements to keep things interesting. Not as screamo or hardcore as the predecessor--I suppose allmusic guilde would label it as "post hardcore" from the Southeast. Also a bit more stripped down soundwise, as Tubers is a three piece. Excellent lyrics, beautifully dissonant chords without quite the distortion employed by many bands in a similar vein, I highly recommend this album. Thumbs up Tubers. Too bad the new album "Shell Out" isn't on iTunes as well.


this sounds too much like st. augustine. I would give it zero stars if i could. Whatever happened to that band called the south?

Travis is wrong!

Jacob Hamilton, Jeff McNally, and Rich Diem have created something equal to one of God's greatest gifts to man. What that may be, I don't know, but I know that they are equal. Plus, I want to see more of the McNally Finally.

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