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Tides Of Man are an instrumental post-rock (formerly post-hardcore/progressive) band from Tampa, Florida. Their first album, “Empire Theory” came out on Rise Records in August of 2009. This was followed by their album “Dreamhouse”.

Their new album is set to self release in 2013. It is entitled “Young and Courageous”. See here for more details:

Tides of Man have trailed the nation back and forth with bands like of AFI, Karnivool, Dance Gavin Dance, Emarosa, A Skylit Drive, Of Mice and Men, Oh Sleeper, From First To Last, We Came As Romans, Broadway, Vanna, Asking Alexandria, A Static Lullaby and Eye Alaska.


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  • StrangePooP

    Tides of Man without vocals is just as good as Tides of Man with vocals, I'm impressed. Still, I think they should've changed their name, the new stuff is something completely different.

    19 Jul 6:02pm Reply
  • keep_rollin

    I think they are better as an instrumental band. new album is pretty good. [3]

    21 Jun 3:06pm Reply
  • moonra-zk

    Oh wow, that was a big shift. Too bad they changed into the type of post-rock I dislike, I preferred then as a prog/indie band.

    25 Apr 1:31pm Reply
  • The_Jule_23

    i felt in love with the new stuff!

    18 Apr 5:06pm Reply
  • confuse17

    better with tillian!!, but their new album is the best instrumental album for a while!

    28 Mar 2:46pm Reply
  • LuuizOnFire

    I think they are better as an instrumental band. new album is pretty good. [2]

    5 Mar 9:55pm Reply
  • juiced_up

    Love the old stuff shame about the new.

    2 Mar 8:59pm Reply
  • soullessmate

    new album is great, different but great.

    17 Feb 11:18am Reply
  • HerFadingSmile

    I think they are better as an instrumental band. new album is pretty good.

    12 Feb 4:35am Reply
  • RowdyMouse

    I'm just here for the Post-Rock. :p

    11 Feb 11:00pm Reply
  • I_Sociofob

    So I think this group is good with Tillian and without him. With Tillian it was a great progressive rock / post-hardcore band, unfortunately now he's gone, but the album are fucking amazing.

    10 Feb 7:58pm Reply
  • PistolPeteMatty

    My review of Young and Courageous, check it out!

    10 Feb 4:27pm Reply
  • knight_88

    Even without vocals, it's so fucking good. [3] New album is simply amazing!

    6 Feb 5:04am Reply
  • blueskiesecho

    Top album...Can hear bits of Hammock, Mogwai, Rush, The Cure, 65daysofstatic..dropping the vocalist is the best thing they have done..Fuck genres, this is ace!!

    5 Feb 9:03pm Reply
  • ReaIis

    Loving this album. Oh man.

    3 Feb 12:49am Reply
  • PhilSignals1

    After 3 listens, I'd have to say this is my favorite instrumental album released in the past few years.

    31 Jan 10:38pm Reply
  • AColdDayInHell

    So, the new album leaked... And i'm on my first spin and it sounds really good. BUT, always the big but(t)... I'm just hearing how ridiculously a-fucking-mazing it would sound with vocals, especially Tilian. Nevertheless, they made quite a cool album even without vocals and they've proven that they can be interesting even without Til.

    31 Jan 5:09pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    Even without vocals, it's so fucking good [2]

    30 Jan 7:00am Reply
  • saomitch

    Tides is the bomb. That is all.

    25 Jan 10:50pm Reply
  • legavin

    Even without vocals, it's so fucking good, these guys got serious musical tallent.

    2 Jan 11:28pm Reply
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