A horrible hack

Curl Up And Die

But The Past Aint Through With Us

Year Released: 2004
Format: CD
Label: Revelation
 
Reviewed by Tony Era on Jun 13, 2007
One more punch-holed nU hardcore band from Revelation here. They even have quiet emo bits, but it just doesn’t float my boat unfortunately. The first track has the worst vocals I’ve heard in a long time, reading along with the lyrics and he isn’t even saying any words, just going “aarjgjga ajrghjga arrgghghrg hgrhghopzzzz”, rubbish. Track 2 is better (not the vocals) its fast, nice time changes and a bit of rock going on. 3 is same as 1 terrible. Worst thing about this is the final track is a 14 minute instrumental, I sat through it all the first time I listened to this but not this time.

This isn’t my cup of tea anyway but it still did absolutely nothing to me. Boring, tries too hard, crap vocals and crap lyrics. Come on Rev sort it!

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