Here, Jonah Jenkins (Only Living Witness, Milligram) joined future mega-producers Brian McTernan and Matt Squire on this, their first non-7" release. And what a promising release it would be, a great glimpse of a band whose life would be cut short by label bullshit and lame music politics. It's a bit like late OLW with the catchiness amped up, stitting comfortably alongside the rest of the bands that were a part of that 90s post-hardcore explosion. Worth it just to hear Jonah in fine form (dude nailsThe Cure cover, "Jumping Someone Else's Train"), but also worth it because it seriously rocks, as thick, crunchy guitars with a hint of groove make up a meaty backbone. How this band continues to get overlooked is beyond me. Ten years later, this lost Boston export still packs a punch.
Tired of blogs that only post the freshest of the fresh, the newest of the new? Yeah, me either. Tired of blogs that only post stuff from one specific genre? No... Well, damnit, that doesn't matter, because here at Flemish Giant, you can expect stuff that's a little bit older and from a wide-ranging selection of genres. Why, you might ask? Why not. Come diversify your music collection. From country to classical, from disco to death metal, we're hitting it all.
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