Hawthorne Heights - Zero - 2013 Post Hardcore Rock Pop Punk Red Vinyl 180 Grm LP

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Hawthorne Heights - Zero

Label: Red River Entertainment – RRE-LP-055
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, 180 gram, Red
Country: US
Includes free mp3 download of the entire album.
Released: 2013
Genre: Rock
Style: Alternative Rock


A1 Skeletons Remain (Transmission 1)
A2 Memories Of Misery
A3 Darkside
A4 Spark
A5 Zero
A6 Anywhere But Here
A7 Hollow Hearts Unite

B1 Coalition Of Alternative Living Methods (Broadcast)
B2 Golden Parachutes
B3 Put Me Back Together
B4 Strangers
B5 Ghost Town
B6 Lost In The Calm
B7 Taken By The Dark
B8 Over And Out (Transmission 2)

Companies, etc.
Pressed By – United Record Pressing
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Red River Entertainment
Copyright (c) – Red River Entertainment
Manufactured By – Red River Entertainment
Marketed By – Red River Entertainment

Hailing from Dayton, OH, Hawthorne Heights broke onto the scene with their 2004 platinum debut, THE SILENCE IN BLACK, featuring the hit single "Ohio Is for Lovers." Since then, the band has sold over 1.7 million records in the US alone. 2013 brings the new studio album ZERO. Recorded in Nashville and produced by Brian Virtue the band feel this is the best HH album yet.

Zero may not be enough to change your mind about Hawthorne Heights if you never cared for them before, but for anybody who’s ever enjoyed the band it’s a statement that they‘ve still got a few tricks up their sleeve. Taking command of the microphone yet again is JT Woodruff who’s vocals can be very hit or miss with certain listeners. And although his nasally voice may be an acquired taste, it’s glowing with more confidence than it’s had in quite some time on Zero.

The upbeat ‘Spark’ displays his ability to carry an entire song without relying on guest vocals or even screams. The lyrics are simple, but encouraging and fit perfectly between the punchy guitars, a huge sing-along chorus and an unexpectedly solid performance by Woodruff. It stands tall and proud as one of the most passionate songs on the album.

Aforementioned ’Hollow Hearts Unite’ is also a winner and is nothing short of beautiful as Woodruff spills emotion from his every pore over some lightly picked guitars and somber violins.

‘Darkside’ isn’t much different, except unlike the single it actually comes across as lazy both musically and lyrically. However, this time around the majority of the album manages to deliver
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Condition New
Format LP
Label Red Bus