Wednesday, October 28, 2009

A Day To Remember

ADTR put this out yesterday. It has two songs that I wanted, Homesick and Another Song For The Weekend in acoustic versions. I downloaded them and I have to say that they are fantastic. I enjoy listening to them. I also have been glued to A Day To Remember lately. I just downloaded For Those Who Heart and I realized, it's just as good as Homesick, if not better. I really really liked Homesick. The album means a lot to me because of the time of my life that I found it. I'm just as pleased to find out that their older outing kicks as much ass and is just as catchy. It's nice to know.
But for all that I've been listening to them, I've also been into Radiohead. This time, I'm not listening to In Rainbows. Instead I'm listening to the Pitchfork album of the decade. It's good. Really good. The song National Anthem is a song you should, as declared by me; yesterday. Anyway, the keyboards, the voice, the haunting noise. It's album about noise sounding good, as Thom Yorke won't publish his lyrics.
But all this other music is distracting me. I should be listening to Between the Buried and Me. The Great Misdirect is a fantastic album, don't get me wrong. I've just been distracted. I need to listen to it more. I'm just starting to learn the album and being able to appreciate it for how awesome it really is.
People are saying it's not as good as Colors. Colors truly is a godly album. Is this one too? I can't tell yet. I'd like to make my own decision about it though.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Warped Set Lists!

Hey, this was a good concert....

Saturday, October 24, 2009

You know what?

This CD is pretty damn good. For a brutally and unabashedly metalcore CD, with breakdown after breakdown. Yet, something has to be that CD.

For Those Who Have Heart

Just picked this up from the internets. I have to say, it's not fair how catchy A Day To Remember is. Just, it's bad music, but it's so entertaining to listen to.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

The Great Misdirect

I haven't been this excited for a CD since Adelphia. And I haven't been this blown away since As the Roots Undo.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Jonny Craig

Ha, since I haven't been working, I spend a lot less time writing about music now....Anyway. I've been listening to a lot of Jonny Craig lately. Emarosa, old Dance Gavin Dance, and his apperence in that MikeyWhiskyHands track, which really sparked this whole thing.
He just delivers so much emotion through every word he sings. It's pretty incredible. The song "Set It Off Like Napalm" is a real highlight of his vocal abilities, as well as a good outing from his supporting band members.