Their first album was heavy on the broad, bright melodies, but Bleed Out is an altogether darker affair, making use of more grit and heaviness in the songwriting, and wrapping it in a beefier, slightly rawer recording (I like that distortion on the vocals!) to match. I’m reminded of a lot of things… Leatherface, Alkaline Trio, Dillinger Four, some of Jawbreaker’s punkier moments…

Totally Slow: Bleed Out 12"

 

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