Under A Sky So Blue return with more passionate, lyrically-smart and hard hitting songs. With commentary on capitalism and racism, the anger and honesty boils to the top giving us a glimpse at a new generation of politically consious hardcore. Musically you're going to experience some excellent dynamics that blend aggression and melody together to convey a desperate sense of emotion.
Celebration immediately took me back to the early 2000's with a noisy, chaotic sound reminiscent of New England bands like Jerome's Dream and Orchid. Dual vocals sit just beneath chaotic drumming and sharp octave chords, with songs that come and go before you know what hit you.