Along the Shadow But Ground distances itself even more so from that school of thought; frankly, even the aggressive, post-Deftones brood that helped spark the styles of Finch or Glassjaw Name ‘s common RIYLs bears no mark here whatsoever. This track has less than nothing to do with post-hardcore; it’s a straight-up, free-flowing rock power ballad that begins to soar near the middle and moves to near silence before rebuilding itself and ending in near complete metallic chaos. It’s All Over Now. Retrieved from ” https: Drinking Hanging Out In Love. The band has learned how to be comfortable in a recording studio — there are no less than four producers here; five tracks each were helmed by Chris Sorenson and Butch Walker , two by John Feldmann , and one by the team of Lucas Banker and Logan Mader.
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Retrieved July 8, CS1 Japanese-language sources ja Articles with hAudio microformats. What Were We Made For? The song “Changing” was released as a single August Over eight minutes in length, it’s a slow, moody, atmospheric love song with plenty of ambient sounds falling in from the margins; it’s led by the hypnotic bassline of Sorenson and a syncopated drum kit manned by Alex Rodriguez.
Along the Shadow Release Date September 8, For better or worse, Ground represents Saosin channeling Saosin.
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Streams Videos All Posts. The album is also the last release to feature former lead vocalist Cove Reber and the guitarist Justin Shekoski.
August saosi, “On My Own” Released: PacSun hosted a listening party at 5pm in every PacSun store to hear the full album on September 7, The band attempted to create something “high concept” with the original art, but the negative reaction helped the band realize that they “always keep things simple and strong and let the music speak for itself.
I Keep My Secrets Safe. August 4, “Changing” Released: The good moments are there, granted: Why Can’t You See. Five songs off the album were self-produced by the band’s guitarist Beau Burchell and bass guitarist Chris Sorenson.
Saosin – In Search of Solid Ground (2009)
The cover art for In Search of Solid Ground that was met with a negative reaction. Three of the songs on the album are re-recordings of tracks from The Grey EP By this point, Saosin has more or less developed their own identity.
Retrieved January 1, The album closer, “Fireflies,” might stun fans who haven’t heard the band play this live. We’ll forgo jokes about the title that might seem tasteless given recent world events.
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Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Grojnd waits have been the norm for fans, so if Saosin’s next full-length is any worthwhile, it’ll seemingly have to be released well before our president is up for re-election. Musically, Saosin are still a post-hardcore band, though they’ve expanded their rock palette considerably.
In Search of Solid Ground
A rather banal third-quarter “Say Goodbye” through the fairly dull power ballad “It’s All Over Now” doesn’t help matters, and the slower, equally balladic pacing that makes up the rest of the record just drags things out worse, as much saosin in search of solid ground the 8: This track has less than nothing to do with post-hardcore; it’s a straight-up, free-flowing rock power ballad that begins to soar near the middle and moves to near silence before rebuilding itself and ending in near complete metallic chaos.
In Search of Solid Ground Retrieved from ” https: Recording sessions for the album saw Saosin recording with multiple producers such as Butch WalkerJohn Feldmanand Lucas from Matt Squire’s production team. This page was last edited on 4 Novemberat Retrieved on September 18, The Worst of Me.