Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Kiss It Goodbye|
She Loves Me She Loves Me Not
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Revelation: 58 "She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not", the bands debut, produced, engineered and mastered by Billy Anderson (Sick Of It All,Melvins). Soon you will have the chance to see them live when they come through your to... more »
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Revelation: 58 "She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not", the bands debut, produced, engineered and mastered by Billy Anderson (Sick Of It All,Melvins). Soon you will have the chance to see them live when they come through your town Listen to this with friends and with the lights ON!
Craig Allen Moore | Austin, TX United States | 11/26/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It is the nature of noisecore bands to not stick around too long, and the demise of the superb Deadguy left many who were into this new and noisier brand of hardcore quite miffed. Fortunately Kiss It Goodbye didn't take very much time to fire up and blow away most any other band playing at that time. It had been years since Rorschach split, but when Tim Singer teamed up with Keith Huckins, Andrew Ghormley, and Tom Rusnak(all formerly of Rorschach), it felt like they had only been invisible for all that time. Gone was the claustrophobic, needle-nosed screech of Deadguy, but it was replaced with something more powerful, layered, and plodding. The spatial qualities of this record are amazing. The rhythm section here is one of the better that I've ever heard recorded, and when they lay down a ridiculous groove(see "We'll Burn That Bridge When We Get To It," or "Sick Day"), there is no ceiling for the damage that the guitar tones and cackled vocals can do. Tim had at this point refined his vocal style to outdo anyone who even remotely felt psychotic for one reason or another and ended up scaring the daylights out of a lot of weak-stomached hardcore fans. Very vicious. The subject matter on this record was seriously mature compared to the majority of youthful, scene-oriented hardcore bands, and that is just one reason why this album didn't fall to the wayside like so many hundreds of hardcore records before and since."
Nothing would've survived had they contined. RIP.
Watt is Glad | Miami Florida | 06/16/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I love this band. I love these songs. They couldn't be touched when they first appeared and they still can't be touched long dead. They just possess that power to communicate on the level the most people can relate to. The savage insane animal man inside you and I sings these songs without ever really hearing them. Easlily some of the most itelligent, life shattering music to blacken the hardcore scene EVER. Not one bad cut all the way through. Tim Singer wails , moans and shakes the very ground. The guitars sear through flesh ,stomping and smothering with grotesque feedback. This is the sound of everyday moulded into a blunt weapon and wielded like the man holding the chair from the BlackFlag record. You will not hear anything this beautiful and maddening for a while. One of a kind and ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL. This is what it's all about."
The deadguy still lives
firstname.lastname@example.org | Lynn,MA | 04/26/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Tim Singer has got to be one of the most uniqe singers that have ever come across in the heavy genra of music. Life's difficulties, pains, and problems travel through your ears like a hypnotic, dictatorial scream. Every song in the album carries enough maturity to put 90% of hardcore to shame. There is no brotherhood, no unity here , just the daily pain we adapt and fight everyday. This is essential for all Deadguy fans."