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Formed in February of 2005, Oh No, It's Birds (initially named The Sound of Silence until changing it to ONIB in late May of 2008) is a trio from Roseburg, Oregon. Breaking and bending the genre boundaries of screamo, Oh No, Its Birds bring you extreme time changes with clean riffs and intense instrumental breakdowns. After two demos, the band recorded with Kris Crummett of Interlace Studios and released the EP “A Stabbing In Shallow Water.” Shortly after, the EP “The Insides of a Broken Robot” was produced. Recorded themselves, this record came out just they way it was supposed to; experimental and full of live sound. Their newest release entitled “Tall Tales The Conscience Tells” is a 7-song EP that was released on May 13th, 2008.

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