Ceremony - Rohnert Park album flac
Title: Rohnert Park
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Rohnert Park is the third studio album by San Francisco Bay Area hardcore punk band Ceremony. Named after the band's hometown in Rohnert Park, California, the 13-track LP is their first full-length release after a series of high-profile tours, including their March 2009 tour with Converge and January 2010 tour with .
Rohnert Park by CEREMONY, released 08 June 2010 1. Into the Wayside Part I, Sick 2. . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Hardcore Ceremony (USA-1). Band Name Ceremony (USA-1). Album Name Rohnert Park. 版公司 Bridge Nine Records.
Throughout Rohnert Park, Ceremony keeps throwing curveballs that don't feel like curveballs at all-they drop in unusual elements, but these strange pieces feel completely natural alongside their more traditional material. The album opens with "Into the Wayside," an almost mellow surf rock instrumental, which remains a recurring thread throughout both sides of the LP. But, as soon as you coast in onto the shores, Ceremony snaps into attack mode with the vicious "Sick," where Ross Farrar just vomits out what's been bugging him-which is pretty much everything.
CEREMONY make their Relapse Records debut with their highly ambitious new album, In the Spirit World Now ! The album sees CEREMONY at the height of their creative output, as the always-evolving Rohnert Park quintet take various influences from post punk and rock to create one of the summer's most compelling and infectious records.
Rohnert Park is Ceremony sporting their throwback jerseys. Every second of it a modern reinterpreting of hardcore punk's most classic offenders. All of the big boys are reexamined. the album as it takes a page out of Damaged's hardcore manifesto. The rest of the Into the Wayside series takes daring cues from both Suicidal Tendencies and The Adolescents, with Part 2 being the calm before the storm before the album's more violent second half begins and tears into the youthcore playbook - making it louder, faster, and even more pissed off, all while at the same time ripping it a new asshole