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This Will Destroy You 10th Anniversary Edition (Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 2LP+7"

Dark Operative RecordsSKU lp-10165

emotionally gripping post rock
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Produced by John Congleton, who's worked on projects with the likes of Explosions In The Sky and Modest Mouse, This Will Destroy You is the 2nd album from the Texas post/avant-rock outfit. The band formed in 2004, as guitarists Jeremy Galindo and Chris King met bassist Raymond Brown & drummer Andrew Miller through mutual friends. Young Mountain, released in 2005, is the group's debut, and this self-titled follow-up, which originally came out in 2008, continues to showcase the band's knack for composing emotionally gripping post rock. The sound is dynamic and the resulting moods switch from calming & tense to outright stirring, and the entire LP flows with such fluidity. And for that reason, the album is much better consumed as a whole, but if you must skip through, make sure not to miss "The Mighty Rio Grande" and "They Move On Tracks of Never-Ending Light." This is the 10th-anniversary limited-edition reissue on black & gold vinyl and ships with a single-sided 7" containing never-before-released track "Language of Memory."

  • limited to 2000 pieces worldwide
  • black & gold vinyl
  • includes bonus 7" featuring exclusive track "Language of Memory"
  • music label: Dark Operative Records 2018
reviewed by singing in japanese 11/18
UPC: 85693296

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