Sister Faith by Coliseum, released 30 April 2013 1. Disappear From Sight 2. Last/Lost 3. Doing Time 4. Love Under Will 5. Under The Blood Of The Moon 6. Used Blood 7. Late Night Trains 8. Everything In Glass 9. Black Magic Punks 10. Save Everything 11. Bad Will 12. Sister Faith 1. The first album to be recorded in producer J. Robbins’ recently relocated Magpie Cage Studios, Sister Faith is also the first Coliseum recording to feature new bassist, Kayhan Vaziri, in addition to contributions from some of the groups’ closest friends and musical peers: Wata of Boris, J. Robbins (Jawbox, Burning Airlines), and Jason Loewenstein (Sebadoh, The Fiery Furnaces), Jason. Farrell (Swiz, Bluetip) all make small but memorable contributions
Hardcore Coliseum (USA). Список групп Hardcore Coliseum (USA) Sister Faith. Добавить тексты песен альбома. Band Name Coliseum (USA). Album Name Sister Faith. Дата релиза 29 Апрель 2013. Лейблы Holy Roar Records. Музыкальный стильHardcore. Владельцы этого альбома1. 1. Disappear from Sight.
Coliseum (2). Sister Faith (CD, Album, Dig). Temporary Residence Limited. Coliseum (2). Sister Faith (LP, Album, Bla).
Earlier this month, Louisville trio Coliseum revealed that they'd figured out the formula to create one near-perfect rock song. They called their new personal best "Fuzzbang", the title alone obviously a dare to mindlessly hit the play button. Far lesser songs have had titles like "Fuzzbang"- tracks that are all power and no substance. It's also the final track on Sister Faith, the band's fourth album in a decade. It's a ridiculously solid way to end an album, and it's also the bow that wraps up the LP's thematic territory. Used Blood" is about the phenomenon of people talking without really listening or saying anything of substance.
Genre: Hardcore Punk.
The album is more than a nostalgic trip to the 1990s though. Coliseum have an uncanny knack for crafting darkly tinged music, and the lyrics penned by frontman Ryan Patterson hit hard with apt existential observations, a trenchant critique of faith, and a wave of tenderness thrown in for good measure. The record often oozes with exquisite songwriting, and thus sees Coliseum perfecting their edgy brand of punk rock in several songs. Fuzzbang almost matches the audacity of Black Magic Punks, but it's a totally different beast altogether.
This used to be what indie rock sounded like. During the 1990s, Elephant 6 and Belle And Sebastian were outliers, and the genre (which really was more genre and less loose lifestyle appellation) hadn’t erased all traces of the get-in-the-van ’80s hardcore that helped birth it. As late as a decade ago, when the Louisville trio Coliseum formed, the term indie evoked images of Pretty Girls Make Graves or Blood Brothers as much as, I don’t know, Beulah, and it was still vaguely novel to hear a flugelhorn on a Sub Pop record.
|1||Disappear From Sight|
|4||Love Under Will|
|5||Under The Blood Of The Moon|
|7||Late Night Trains|
|8||Everything In Glass|
|9||Black Magic Punks|
Notespromo version with no front art work in jewel case
|TRR219||Coliseum||Sister Faith (CD, Album, Dig)||Temporary Residence Limited||TRR219||US||2013|
|HRR109V||Coliseum||Sister Faith (LP, Album, Bla)||Holy Roar Records||HRR109V||UK||2013|
|TRR219||Coliseum||Sister Faith (LP, Album, Ltd, Pur)||Temporary Residence Limited||TRR219||US||2013|
|TRR219||Coliseum||Sister Faith (LP, Album, Bla)||Temporary Residence Limited||TRR219||US||2013|
|HRR109CD||Coliseum||Sister Faith (CD, Dig)||Holy Roar Records||HRR109CD||UK||2013|