Paint It Black - Invisible
Opener "Greetings, Fellow Insomniacs"really sets the tone for the EP. With topics ranging from Yemin's journey as a new father ("Little Fingers") and women's battle to be heard ("Invisible"), the subject matter has purpose. The production was kept local to Philadelphia and handled by Will Yip. I find Invisible to be the best sounding and most cohesive of the trilogy, the pummeling low end being the highlight. Yemin's voice is still quite strong and holds up well against the thick wall of beefy power chords and grinding bass, courtesy of Josh Agran and Andy Nelson, respectively.
If you've heard Paint It Black, you can get a good idea of what this will sound like. But this is hardcore punk at its best, well executed and fierce as fuck. I understand compliments like that make me sound less educated, but I get excited sometimes. Anywho, pick up a 7" while you still can, as I understand physical copies are flying from their webstore. "Invisible" is out now via No Idea Records.
Label: No Idea Records
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Similar: Kid Dynamite, Lifetime
- Greetings, Fellow Insomniacs
- Props For Ventriloquism
- Little Fists
BUT THEN, i realize...who is more hardcore and angry than OLD GUYS!? they know stuff, love to preach stuff, and hate EVERYTHING!
i like this band. i'm glad you talked about them
seriously, fuck yeah to this record and these dbags. they kinda get it...and most don't get shit