The Flaming Tsunamis were the youthful leaders of a local ska-punk revival that rose when the corpse of the regional ska scene was hardly cold. But in just a few short years, they’ve grown, and so has their initial audience and their sound, so that they’ve become something altogether heavier, darker, artier. Abstracted farther and farther from their original template, the Tsunamis’ skankin’ breaks surprise when they do show up, embedded as they are in progressive hardcore and metalcore mayhem. The fruits of their labor, of creative restlessness and years of heavy touring, are evident in their most recent full-length, last year’s punishing, politicized, dynamically schizoid Fear Everything (Kill Normal Records), and in their live show, in which they’re a freaky machine of energy and precision.
Edited by alexakaz on 23 Mar 2011, 08:20
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myspace.com/theflamingtsunamis, Band Members, Community Records.
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