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    Posted: January 18 2006 at 01:14
a new band from the seattle area. i didn't like them at first the
guitar player is 19 i think? check them out. then believe me that when i tell
you that live he plays the rythym, delays thats, plays the lead on top, and
then sings on
top of that. he is a guitar jesus.

and yes they are progressive.

(by the way, for anyone who actually wants to buy thier shizz, buy their first
album, its way better, every song in one take. their newer one has a ton of
auto tune on his voice and its just WAYYY too produced)

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 18 2006 at 01:23
No, they are not progressive. They write good music, but it's nothing unique or special, and they have terrible vocals. The melodic vocals, in tone and in melody, are no better than the generic "emo" bands out there. The screaming is unbearably obnoxious too.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 19 2006 at 10:12
Yeah iv heard of them but i dnt know people have said they r proggy but iv gotta hear them to have an opinion.
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