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Snapcase - End Transmission (2002) Retail CD
Snapcase are one of the most important hardcore outfits of the last ten years. Their original, energy-fuelled sound is both an inspiration and a revelation to anyone that's into them or just heard them. This album is no exception.I got into Snapcase with Progression Through Unlearing, their highly acclaimed 1997 album, and it blew me away. Since then, they've released Designs On Automotion (1999) and then this album, this year. Designs On Automotion was a good album and certainly got them a lot more mainstream acclaim, but it could be described as a second, but not equal, to Progression.more… This album is very much a first.From the first track, Coagulate, you know this is Snapcase - those beefy, fat hardcore riffs, with Daryl's high and shouty vocals. But from track two onwards, it's a new Snapcase that beckons you forward, with unexpected prog-rock experimentationalism, pianos, and even epic-length songs. However, even though it may be an obvious step in a direction that takes them further and further away from all that could be called stereotypically hardcore (which they never were anyway - just in spirit), it is still as vital and refreshing as anything that any punk / hardcore fan may own and relish. Yes, it's modern-sounding, so old school traditionlaists may find it 'Too Trendy' or whatever, but that's just an opinion. My opinion is that Snapcase are there, among the few truly great hardcore bands left around these days, keeping alternative music alive.
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- Snapcase - End Transmission (2002) Retail CD
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