Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Far play


ALTHOUGH not quite a hardcore as their Sacramento peers Deftones, Far are far more full-on than most.
Because while their bourbon swilling sound is mixed with plenty enough melody on At Night We Live, they remain as rock as a lump of granite.
And while their original incarnation, which disbanded in 1998 and spawned the Sound Advice favourite Gratitude, remains set as an influence on a slew of bands around today, tracks like Pony and Deafening show the reincarnated version here is modern and never laboured by reputation.
This album'll go far, Far.

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