This Will Destroy You - This Will Destroy You
This music will set you free from chains that bind you to over clasped, predictable radio rock. Release yourself with this San Marcos, TX band, as they've only reproduced what they've been exposed to, Space Rock. These guys must've seen a Blue October show back in the day when the clubs barely knew of em, and said, wait a friggin minute, we can do better than that.
Like taking the timesless-ness of instrumental rock and breeding it with Emotion, there's simply nothing missing from this formation, but the perfect vocals. This is nearly worth an American Idol competition to find it. Like EITS, without the extra edge just to keep late night American Radio paying attention, This Will Destroy You is absolutely self-explanatory. The music tears your soul down to its most simplistic feature, relaxation. This is one of those bands that Kevin, Dennis or any friend is talking about when they say the reason to keep digging for new music.
"A Three Legged Workhorse" is a melted genre experiment, smooth, and tempoed. "Burial On The Presidio Banks" has a storied organ like opening, giving way to tribal like drums, and ambient guitar strokes.
Forget track titles, and while I want to stop myself from saying it, these guys are the suggestion for Floyd fans who can't find what they're looking for in the 21st century. Melody, distortion, creativity, and all the blunder that is discovery, This Will Destroy You IS the band missing from your collection. There just is no more accurate adjective, or comparison. I have not heard a sound this fresh in a long time, I consider myself unchained.
Anyone of their streaming songs on their myspace page is absolutely the turth about this formation, and worth every moment you listen to it. I sincerely hope this destroys you as it did me.
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