Our Last Night-We Will All Evolve-(Advance)-2010-SiRE

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  • Artist: Our Last Night
  • Album: We Will All Evolve
  • Format: mp3 - lossy
  • Summary [Last.fm]: Our Last Night is a young post-hardcore band from Hollis, New Hampshire. They are currently signed to Epitaph Records, and released their Epitaph debut The Ghosts Among Us on March 4, 2008. Our Last Night built a strong local following with their 2004 EP We've Been Holding Back and 2005 album Building Cities From Scratch, both of which were self released. At the same time, the band gained fans across the world through the internet. Lead vocalist/screamer Trevor was only 11 years old when the band first formed, and his young age led the band to much internet buzz...
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Artist: Our Last Night
Title: We Will All Evolve
Label: Epitaph
Genre: Hardcore
Bitrate: 252kbit av.
Time: 00:37:48
Size: 71.72 mb
Rip Date: 2010-04-13
Str Date: 2010-05-04

01. Elephants 3:29
02. The Air I Breathe 4:00
03. Mouth Machine Gun 3:19
04. Across The Ocean 4:22
05. Deceiver 4:07
06. The Devil Inside You 3:49
07. Distance Is Destroying Me 2:59
08. Carry Me To Safety 3:40
09. Into The Future 3:35
10. We Will All Evolve 4:28

Release Notes:

It has been a long time coming for the New Hampshire-based five piece,
Our Last Night. Following a the release of their break-through,
sophomore album ôThe Ghosts Among Us,ö the group took to touring and
writing new material. Their last album was my personal favorite of 2008
and showcased a full arsenal, all the while being fairly young, they
showed no signs of easing on the acceleration. ItÆs a new decade and
their follow up ôWe Will All Evolveö speaks volumes for where the band
has progressed to. A few capricious years older, more experience under
their belt, and a load of changes make this album one of the more
unexpected this year.

The specific changes I am referring to start off during the recording
process. Steve Evetts (Story Of The Year, He Is Legend, The Used)
helmed producing ôThe Ghosts Among Us,ö and was able to bring an
unchanging wall-of-sound direction that lead to the albums
chart-topping success. This time around the act sought Andrew Wade
(Versa Emerge, A Day To Remember), to help produce, and the mixture of
that and Alex Woodrow (bass) being at college and not able to help
record his lines led to most of the tracks on ôWe Will All Evolveö
having a less than heavy sound associated with their signature
post-hardcore ù and in its place surfaces a more tone-focused sound.
ItÆs almost as if the rhythm guitar completely covers the bass up at
times. All that does however is open the flood gates for Matt
WentworthÆs lighter vocals and technical guitars to shine. It feels a
lot like when Aaron (ex-Underoath) began taking a more active role in
their recordings.

Another alteration is with the now grown up (ok heÆs 16 now) lead
singer screamer Trevor Wentworth. Normally saying your vocalist is 14
will get you laughed off stage, but Trevor held his own among peers and
even sported a finessed shout that bested some of the genres top
performers (see Spencer Chamberlin, Bert Mccracken, etc). This time
around he must have strained his voice while drinking tons of Yoohoo
chocolate milk, because all of his vocals on ôWe Will All Evolveö have
a growling raspy quality to them. The commanding shouts of the past are
a casualty of puberty and milk-based products. Of course that doesnÆt
make them any less intense.

After the changes however, Our Last Night has pretty much just upped
the ante with this record. Tracks like ôMouth Machine Gunö and
ôDistance Is Destroying Meö are a short cry from their last album, with
undeniably infectious heavy riffs matched with harmonious melody. While
ôThe Air I Breatheö feels like a more technical and punk-like Story Of
The Year, and the oddball of the bunch ôInto The Future,ö which feels
as though label-mates New Found Glory took over the studio for a few
hours and recorded a light-hearted pop rock song. Matt said in a studio
update video that when created a certain light memorable riff for the
album that he ôknew [he] was going to put his kids through college with
it. The track reaches outside of their comfort zone, surprises fans
while not alienating them, and even sounds like it would put a seasoned
pop-rock artist to shame. The effort ends with the massive title track
ôWe Will All Evolve,ö which mashed together all successful entities of
past and present, making an impressive album ender that releases the
brakes and hammers home the idea of remaining static and yet changing.
The last line in the song states it best, ôSing with me, This is how we
aspirate. ThereÆs still progress to be made.ö

Even with all these differences, after several listens, this record has
yet to relinquish its grasp on my current playlist. Their relatable
lyrics are inspirational and their vague metaphors allow their
listeners to imagine far greater than a simple cursory glance would
pick up. MattÆs creative and sprawling guitars lead to memorable riffs
in every single track, while his vocals are a smoothed surface to
counter TrevorÆs now raspy throat growls. Tim MolloyÆs percussion feels
lower in the mix, but his quick hits and clashing cymbals make plenty
of remarkable splashes. All in all, ôWe Will All Evolveö is both, one
of the most completely outstanding, and surprising albums of this year.
If you havenÆt heard of Our Last Night, you will be introduced shortly,
as they are on their way up, with little signs of stopping from this
evolving post-hardcore bunch.


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