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Young Widows DECAYED: Ten Years of Cities, Wounds, Lightness, and Pain, released 08 June 2018 1. The Money 2. In My Living Room 3. Checked In/Out 4. Uptight And Tangled 5. Prey For The Beast 6. The Backroom 7. Rolling As A Forgiver 8. Rose Window 9. Easy Acting 10. Mid-Western 11. Long Live The New Weight 12. King Of The Back-Burners 13. Swamped And Agitated (Original Version) 14. Future Plans 1. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Listen to music from Young Widows like Old Skin, Took A Turn & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Young Widows. Young Widows is an American band from Louisville, Kentucky, United States. The band was formed in 2006 from the ashes of mathcore group Breather Resist. In December 2005, lead singer Steve Sidoni left Breather Resist, and guitarist Evan Patterson and bassist Nick Thieneman assumed the vocal duties. They entered the studio in early 2006 but found that their sound had changed significantly. They then changed the name from Breather Resist to Young Widows.
Old Wounds is an album by the American rock band Young Widows. While it's often considered to be the band's second official studio album, Old Wounds features a compilation of studio recordings, live recordings and composite songs with a mix of studio and live components. The album was released on September 9, 2008 through Temporary Residence Limited - the band's first through the label.
Young Widows is an American band from Louisville, Kentucky. They have released four full-length albums and seven split EPs. Louisville, Kentucky's Young Widows formed in 2006 from the ashes of mathcore group Breather Resist.
Young Widows - Plows. EP, 15 Декабрь 2007, Auxilliary Records. 1. Swamped and Agitated. Album, 09 Сентябрь 2008, Temporary Residence Limited.
But Easy Pain, Young Widows’ fourth album, swings the balance back toward belligerence and volume, and the wallop doesn’t arrive in the manner you might expect. Of Young Widows’ four albums, Easy Pain is the hardest to track and trace and the best overall. These eight tracks push quickly past pleasant and perfunctory intros (vestiges of the last record’s rather moody approach) to arrive at relentless, loaded, loud rock songs