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The Saddest Landscape

A Promise Was Made

Year Released: 2005
Format: 10"
Label: Alone
 
Reviewed by Damien Mills on Jun 13, 2007

So here is the latest instalment of the choas bringing 'Bane playing screamo' saga known as the Saddest Landscape.

A lot of people hate these dudes but I quite like them, sure they are a touch cheesemo and the vocals can be a bit shrill, but yo, rather comfortably cheesy than merely contrived right? Basically this is more of the same overall but it is still a great emo record. The 2nd songs on both sides particularly get me juices flowing with some nice wall of noise guitars that are still somehow quite melodic in places. something I think they have kind of perfected.

I'm sure you could argue that if you have one of their records you have them all but you'd be wrong and suck ass, so don't bother wasting you time and check this out son.

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