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Glassjaw is a highly influential post-hardcore band from Long Island, NY. They formed in the summer of 1993 after Palumbo and Beck met each other at camp. They recorded some demos before releasing the EP "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" in 1997, and recorded their first full length album "Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence" in 2000 on Roadrunner Records. The record brought the band out of Long Island and…

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  • Maybe GJ-esque post-hardcore never becoming the "norm" is a good thing after all.
  • One of the most valuable bands to emerge in the 21st century. Few bands can match their energy or emotion. It's a shame that GJ-esque post-hardcore never became the norm.
  • yah Worship & Tribute is their best yet
  • Nothing will ever surpass the excellence of Worship & Tribute, but that's not to say their latest material isn't phenomenal.
  • we all do, but i dont know if thats even going to happen until the next five years or so
  • Need new material!!!
  • i dont even like Chiodos except for Illuminaudio because they switched up their vocalist for that album and even then i rarely ever listen to that one, theyre bad but not the worst out there except for their vocalist hes literally the worst thing my ears have ever touched. thats a pretty good way of putting DGD and you might as well not bother with Hail the Sun because they sound a lot similar. i dont mind a few modern post-Hardcore bands but 99.9% of the modern stuff is really annoying crap. if you never got into Anthony greens vocals i doubt youd like any of their other stuff but to me Juturna, Descensus and Violent Waves are better than On Letting Go. i love Piano and the title track for EYEWTKAS, forgot to put those on my list. also please dont bring up JamesPhillips here, he got banned and i dont wanna remember his existence anymore.
  • which Circa Survive album should I try then? I think I heard the one with the hot air ballon-head floating over the sea, which ever one that is called lol On Letting Go
  • Oh, and "Stations of the New Cross", eternally. I really like "The Snow Veil" for those last 5 seconds where Daryl is laughing hysterically, which he did again in "Pink Roses".
  • But great song-choices. Tip Your Bartender would be like 6 (mostly for the last minute of that song which is bonkers), and Trailer Park Jesus, AGJGTH, Pink Roses and John Lennon all would come close too. Other ones you didn't name too for me would be Piano, EYEWTKAS title track, Oxycodone, and Two Tabs of Mescaline. I def hope the dude from Dillinger is in, I wonder who they are gonna get for bass, is Justin gonna clone himself or get a hologram to play bass lol

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