Wednesday, January 16, 2013

The Saddest Landscape - Redefining Loneliness

01. Redefining Loneliness

I'm a huge fan of The Saddest Landscape and have been following the band since they started out playing as The Last Forty Seconds. The Saddest Landscape is a band with most members residing in the northeastern part of the United States who formed in the early 2000's. Prolific is an undestatement when it comes to The Saddest Landscape's recorded output. The band has put out numerous splits with bands ranging from The Pine and Funeral Diner to more current bands such as Pianos Become The Teeth and We Were Skeletons. 'Redefining Loneliness' is the band's latest 7", released via Topshelf Records back in December. On 'Redefining Loneliness', The Saddest Landscape continues with their dark, powerful, and emotional, style of '90s influenced hardcore/screamo. 'Redefining Loneliness' is raw, passionate, gut-wrenching, and chock full of emotion. This is the way emo should sound, and as always, the band does a fantastic job bridging the gap between emo and hardcore. Highly recommended! Enjoy!

Reviewed by Chris.

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