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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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  • lagginswag

    new album is great even without vocals, shit jams!

    29 Jan 5:18am Reply
  • FuzzyxPickles

    they should play colours speak true live :) and maybe an instrumental "create"

    24 Jan 11:53pm Reply
  • FuzzyxPickles

    yeah, i have no idea what that kids is trying to say, take that shit to a dream theater of djent band page.

    24 Jan 11:52pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    Only lame non-dorks think fedoras suck. Silly cool people.

    19 Jan 4:30am Reply
  • My_Armistice

    v what?

    4 Nov 2014 Reply
  • Rysterf

    *tips fedora*: the band

    4 Nov 2014 Reply
  • PistolPeteMatty

    It's kinda a shame they turned into a post-rock band, they had such good lyrics. [1] This is the main thing I miss from the shift to instrumental, those lyrics were gorgeous and so well written.

    11 Oct 2014 Reply
  • SelfShinsei

    It's kinda a shame they turned into a post-rock band, they had such good lyrics.

    25 Sep 2014 Reply
  • My_Armistice

    I don't really care about whether they have vocals or not, I like Young and Courageous, but I found them a lot more interesting instrumentally in their previous albums - if they carried the energy and complexity that they had in Empire Theory or Dreamhouse over into another release, simply without vocals, I think I would like it much more. As it is, Y&C feels like well executed, yet somewhat run-of-the-mill post-rock.

    15 Sep 2014 Reply
  • dippyDIP

    The new album is great! And I do agree with Cap & PooP but honestly, isn't really a big deal. Just a new chapter in the book. I hope to hear more music from TOM in the future! Much love!

    6 Sep 2014 Reply
  • MoogInRow

    new album is great but not as good as Empire Theory

    3 Sep 2014 Reply
  • Capanos

    I agree with StrangePooP. Wish they had changed the name.

    31 Aug 2014 Reply
  • 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 2014 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 2014 Reply
  • The_Jule_23

    i felt in love with the new stuff!

    18 Apr 2014 Reply
  • confuse17

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

    28 Mar 2014 Reply
  • LuuizOnFire

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

    5 Mar 2014 Reply
  • juiced_up

    Love the old stuff shame about the new.

    2 Mar 2014 Reply
  • soullessmate

    new album is great, different but great.

    17 Feb 2014 Reply
  • HerFadingSmile

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

    12 Feb 2014 Reply
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