Autumn Of The Seraphs

Release date
11 Sep 2007
Running length
11 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 From Nothing To Nowhere 3:27 45,100
2 Barnes 4:17 33,238
3 Good To Sea 3:12 72,242
4 How We Breathe 4:07 43,790
5 Walters 4:00 32,826
6 Subbing For Eden 3:32 29,762
7 Devil You Know 3:55 31,501
8 Blue Harvest 3:34 29,595
9 Torch 4:34 28,243
10 Bouquet 5:10 27,991
11 Off By 50 4:00 26,465

About this album

“That weird smell in the air when you somehow get outside in the morning of the harsh sun is baking the night off of the concrete. It makes you feel as if you’ve been missing something, and of course you have. One wonders how many experiences one will miss during their short time on earth just by doing what they would normally do everyday. There is almost always somewhere that you’d rather be, whether you know it or even think it’s possible or not. I think I’ll sleep on the roof tonight. When I was a kid, I would bring my guitar, my radio, and a couple of pillows up there and watch packs of coyotes invade the neighbor’s backyards chasing rabbits. There is always so much more going on, even right next to people, than they would ever know about. How many times have you been able to say to yourself that there was absolutely no place you’d rather be? Have you ever thought that and then something even better happened? How about when something horrible happened and you just wish that you had just waited an extra hour before getting out of bed and everything would have turned out different. There are people for whom denying themselves pleasure makes them feel the most alive. I’m not sure if that would make life more or less difficult. This has nothing at all to do with Pinback’s new album, Autumn of the Seraphs.”
- Rob Crow

Around here, we embrace the mystery of life – coyotes and all. So allow us to present this new record from San Diego’s finest, Pinback.

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  • WeNeedVices

    Haha. Good To Sea always freaks me out if I'm half asleep, or any time I'm listening to the album. Like, I know it's coming, but it still freaks me out. Great album nontheless. Either this or Abaddon as the best IMO.

    25 Oct 2010 Reply
  • braffjeezy

    damn, rediscovered this album and am i glad i did, it's amazing

    3 Aug 2010 Reply
  • xephyrous

    the end of walters is mindblowingly jamming

    12 Dec 2009 Reply
  • richardkuok

    where r the tracks ??

    19 May 2009 Reply
  • djnonplus

    I think all their albums have to grow on you a bit. On the first few listens there's always a couple tracks that jump out at you, but I think with almost all their stuff you hear something different every time you listen to it. I mean, this band has awesome replay value.

    10 Feb 2009 Reply
  • Cyanax

    i pre-ordered 2 vinyl copies of this album, but i'm finally starting to appreciate it. i feel quite a shitty Pinback fan to tell you the truth

    9 Sep 2008 Reply
  • djnonplus

    Pinback's best album to date

    2 Apr 2008 Reply
  • Post-Rocker

    :-D the album's here :-( the tracks aren't

    4 Mar 2008 Reply

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