Counting down the day before our debut full length album this FRIDAY. Here is a sample of Hear No Evil which features a ripping guest guitar solo - Check out the song on all streaming platforms on Friday! 😉👍
Today’s #albumoftheday is Palisades’ eponymous release, Palisades. This was the American electronicore/post-hardcore band’s third studio album, released in 2017. This was the first studio album to feature bassist and co-lead vocalist Brandon Elgar and DJ Christian Mochizuki. Palisades combines the melodic accessibility of pop music with the emotional aspect of post-hardcore with the wildfire energy of hard rock and alternative metal. The choruses are filled with catchy, electronic beats and pad-filled melodies, while the distorted guitars give it the punchiness to give it that special groove. The vocal accessibility heard here no doubt will bridge the gap for many between rock, pop, and electronica. Because of this, Palisades serves as a “gateway album” for heavier material, just as Linkin Park’s Hybrid Theory and Metallica’s Black Album did in the late 90’s. The instrumentation here is pretty solid, although it is primarily suited towards strengthening the melodies, rather than functioning as standalone from the vocals like in heavier bands. The melodies are the true soul of Palisades, with the electric choruses standing out as the most memorable parts of each song. While fans of heavier material with guitar solos are breakdowns might not find as much to stay for here, the accessible melodies and rhythms leaves room for listeners across the musical spectrum to enjoy. If you have flirted with rock music in the past but abandon ship when there was even the slightest loss of melody, this album is for you. My favorite songs off of this album are Personal, Let Down, and Better Chemicals. (Song: Let Down) #palisades#selftitled#letdown#electronicore#posthardcore#hardrock#alternativemetal#alternative#rock#metal#poprock#pop#music#alt#song#band#bands#electronica#album#albums#record#records#vinyl#art#artwork#musicreview#albumreview#review#reviews
Get to know the Huffy Boys:
Keith got his first and only Huffy bike on his 7th birthday. It was red with black spots, and he often had a joker card clipped onto the back spokes to boost the pedal power. He eventually put pegs on the back tire so he could do some sick grinds. Keith liked to test the limits of gravity by building many ramps.
He never crashed once.
Joined forces with @puddlejumperrecords and I’m very excited for the awesome music and visuals being created. Thank you to all the people who have been following and all the future followers. It’s all strippers and burritos from here on out, my friends.