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Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock, Hard Rock, Adult Alternative, Punk
Released: Aug 28, 2012
℗ Circa Survive
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In 2004, singer Anthony Green left the band Saosin (on the day it signed to a major label) and formed the progressive emo quintet Circa Survive. That band's fourth album, Violent Waves, is the first that it released without a record label. Circa Survive also recorded and produced the album itself, in hopes of capturing its live prowess inside a studio. Right from the first verse of the opening track, “Birth of the Economic Hit Man,” a palpable energy builds up that softly explodes in the chorus. The rest of the song unfolds with unpredictable changes and clever arrangements that take listeners on a journey of seven minutes and 12 seconds—almost as if Sunny Day Real Estate had grown up with Rush vinyl. Green even inflects a bit like a young Geddy Lee throughout Violent Waves, though he’s got a gripping scream unlike anyone else, as heard on the following “Sharp Practice.” Rachel Minton of Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer provides gossamer harmonies on “Suitcase” before Thursday’s Geoff Rickly cameos on the much harder “The Lottery.”

Track List:
01 Birth of the Economic Hit Man
02 Sharp Practice
03 Suitcase
04 The Lottery
05 My Only Friend
06 Phantasmagoria
07 Think of Me When They Sound
08 Brother Song
09 Bird Sounds
10 Blood from a Stone
11 I'll Find a Way

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