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On Saosin’s debut album, beauty is found in the intricate dance between melody and aggression. Songs buck and shake as they navigate whiplash turns and treacherous curves: Cove Reber’s post-hardcore cry holds on for dear life while Beau Burchell and Justin Shekoski anchor the center with their entangled fretwork.

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Classic

This is one of those perfect albums that you will look back at fondly, knowing that after lineup changes etc that there will never be this exact group again. Buy it and let it soak in.

AWE-MAZING!

Absolutely love this band!!

Love them

They need more music

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Newport Beach, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

California-based Saosin were one of the formative bands on the post-hardcore scene, and one of the first to embrace social media as a way of promoting themselves. Saosin burst out in March 2003 with their explosive screamo-tinged debut EP, Translating the Name. For the recording, the band featured vocalist Anthony Green, drummer Pat McGrath, guitarist/vocalist Justin Shekoski (ex-As Hope Dies), and former Open Hand members bassist Zach Kennedy and guitarist/vocalist Beau Burchell. The band's name...
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