Monday, October 06, 2008

Back from the dead


WELSH emo band Funeral For A Friend's fourth album sees the group tackling some big questions - what is the meaning of life? Why are we here? And what the were we thinking with Tales Don't Tell Themselves?
Luckily, Memory And Humanity is a real return to form for the group.
Being put out by the group on their own label, Join Us, you can hear on this LP the group have a real hunger once again.
There's their distinctive sound here first heard on Casually Dressed And Deep In Conversation, with shredding riffs and harsh vocals the order of the day, but the sound is more polished than previously - which is more fitting for the philisophical nature of the subject matter.
With Memory And Humanity, you may well remember why you fell in love with Funeral For A Friend in the first place.

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