Knocked Loose – A Different Shade of Blue - 2019 Metalcore Hardcore Punk - Ltd. Red White & Silver Tri-Color Galaxy Vinyl - LP

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Knocked Loose - A Different Shade of Blue 
 
 
 
Label: Pure Noise Records – PNE247
Format:     
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Repress, Red, White, & Silver Tri-Color Galaxy
7th Pressing
Made in Czech republic under barcode
Barcode: 8 10540 03089 0
Country: US
Released: Apr 2022
Genre: Rock
Style: Hardcore, Metalcore
 
 
A1 Belleville
A2 Trapped In The Grasp Of A Memory
A3 A Serpent’s Touch
Featuring – Emma Boster
A4 By The Grave
A5 In The Walls
A6 Guided By The Moon
 
 
B1 Mistakes Like Fractures
B2 Forget Your Name
Featuring – Keith Buckley 
B3 Road 23
B4 ...And Still I Wander South
B5 Denied By Fate
B6 Misguided Son
 
 
 
''What a time to be a hardcore fan. The genre is enjoying a renaissance, stacked with bands such as Show Me The Body, Employed To Serve, Vein and Code Orange hell-bent on crossing boundaries and pulling the scene in a million new directions. Knocked Loose have frequently found themselves mentioned among that innovative crop, and their second album  ‘A Different Shade Of Blue’ is a thrill from start to finish, with the Kentucky quintet taking a step up in every sense.
 
Tracks such as  ‘A Serpent’s Touch’ and the monolithic ‘By The Grave’ are stormers that see the band perfect what they started on 2016’s ‘Laugh Tracks’, assimilating Pantera-like grooves and metallic fury into their bloodthirsty mosh. Three years ago, when they were less fully formed, it seemed unthinkable that they could have written a song like ‘Trapped In The Grasp Of A Memory’, which lurches in a new direction about every 30-seconds, incorporating everything from breakneck punk and death metal tropes to a doomy mid-section and the surprisingly poetic line, “I plucked the petals from all my roses / Leaving a pile of stems.”
 
Backed by hardcore specialist Will Putney’s monstrous production, Knock Loose’s songwriting has come on leaps and bounds as the band nudge at the edges of their own sound more than ever before. With ‘A Different Shade Of Blue’, they’ve proven you don’t have to reinvent the wheel to create something great.’ '' (NME)
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Condition New
Format LP
Color Red, Pink