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The Number Twelve Looks Like You


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(2001 - 2010)

The Number Twelve Looks Like You (Sometimes referred to as TNTLLY or The #12) was a mathcore band from Fair Lawn, New Jersey. Combining elements of grindcore, progressive metal, and later salsa, funk and jazz the band became known as a highly influential piece in the local New Jersey scene.

In early 2002, Jesse Korman and Justin Pedrick both met through a mutual acquaintance, and recruiting Christopher Conger, Jamie McIlroy and Alexis Pareja, formed the bass-free outfit And Ever. After releasing a five-song demo and playing a handful of songs together, the band’s style began to change slightly, and they soon changed their name to The Number Twelve Looks Like You, a name taken from the title of an episode of the The Twilight Zone.

In early 2003, with newly added bassist Mike Smagula, the band was heard at a live show by an A&R representative from Brutal Records, who was impressed, and informed the heads of the record label about the band. After hearing all the songs the band had currently recorded, the label signed the band in March and commissioned them to record two new songs, which along with the songs they had already recorded, were soon released on the bands first full-length album, Put on Your Rosy Red Glasses.

After extensive touring in promotion of Put On Your Rosy Red Glasses, the band began to catch the attention of Eyeball Records, and eventually they were signed in October 2004. Soon thereafter the band returned to the studio and began work on recording their first release for Eyeball, An Inch of Gold for an Inch of Time.


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  • nathanwoven

    Wow, I guess grooveshark isn't a website anymore. Luckily I ripped the 3 songs that were on the link. BUT STILL. Somebody out there must have that demo laying around.

    22 Jul 8:45am Reply
  • nathanwoven

    That's neat. Still looking for the rest of the And Ever demo. And more information about the release. But most the missing tracks that weren't on that previous link I posted.

    22 Jul 8:43am Reply
  • DrownedGreg

    Rare #12 poster form the live CD release package of "Here at the End of All Things" on eBay, ya'll:

    29 May 7:57pm Reply
  • Koonks

    Jesse is doing photography now as well, he, along with some other guy, has a youtube channel where they upload these sort of documentary videos about their work for sony. It's called "dudes with cameras".

    27 Apr 7:43pm Reply
  • Salyutin

    Alex had two projects Composite City and Voyeurs Kaleidoscope. Jesse is doing a lot of stuff, even TV show for kids but no music, Justin is doing photography I believe

    4 Apr 10:13am Reply
  • grrtano

    Jon Karel is currently a bar tender in Buffalo, NY. Doesn't look like he's doing much with music :l

    26 Mar 4:34am Reply
  • grrtano

    On Jon Karel: "On Sunday, February 21st, 2010, a broad group of musicians, friends, fans and music lovers gathered at Olive's in Nyack, NY for what would become an epic night of music and a loving farewell to our friend, Jon Karel, before he moved to Buffalo, NY. Presented here are almost 5 hours of recordings of the epic jams and cover performances, featuring some of the area's best known performers."

    26 Mar 2:59am Reply
  • don_sebbe

    Any information of follow up bands/projects of these guy? has jon karrel recorded anything ever since?

    25 Mar 11:30am Reply
  • Audiobinge

    After this, Mongrel, Nuclear and Rosy. In that order.

    12 Mar 4:58pm Reply
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    12 Mar 4:15pm Reply
  • xcomebackkid

    This band is a gem

    9 Mar 6:48pm Reply
  • heartdelay

    the garden's all nighters is the best track they ever made[2] worse than alone was so ahead??? swerve

    19 Feb 2:11am Reply
  • customrobo

    mongrel and worse than alone are great, just not as br00tal as earlier material. I always liked their weirder stuff more than their heavier stuff. the garden's all nighters is the best track they ever made. I do think Nuclear. Sad. Nuclear is a great balancing point though

    3 Feb 7:41am Reply
  • lumbercartel

    mongrel and worse than alone sucked shit but their first few releases were tight af

    29 Dec 2014 Reply
  • bathroomsurgery

    Just came across them on an old compilation CD. Oh how I miss 2006.

    6 Nov 2014 Reply
  • TheMalkinJewel

    holy fuck this is horrible

    1 Nov 2014 Reply
  • irishtim

    I can't think of a band I miss more than these guys.

    16 Oct 2014 Reply
  • Jureiko

    Полный пиздеж. как раз таки маткор со скримо влиянием. уныл только последний альбом, все остальное - огонь

    4 Sep 2014 Reply
  • qwertyuiasdfg

    Неплохие, но не грайндкор и уж тем более не скримо, да и для маткора довольно унылы

    11 Aug 2014 Reply
  • Unorthodox

    There's never been a band like this since them..

    30 Jul 2014 Reply
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