Civil Blitzkrieg | Five Minutes To Midnight

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Five Minutes To Midnight

by Civil Blitzkrieg

Hard-edged melodic punk rock with a touch of ska.
Genre: Metal/Punk: American Punk
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1. Introduction: The Extraordinary Tale Of Mr. Woojz And Mr. Tedder
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0:21 album only
2. End Of Our Days (Going Home)
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2:33 album only
3. A Letter To The Rebel King
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2:35 album only
4. Yes, We Still Hate Michael Moore
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5. No Talent Army
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2:57 album only
6. Failure's Back In Style
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7. See? We're Not Always Political
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2:44 album only
8. The Longest Song In The World
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9. Alone In My Head
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3:01 album only
10. State Run Brutality
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2:25 album only
11. Next Stop Chicago
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12. Who We Are
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13. End Of Our Days (Outro/Reprise)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Beginning way back in eighth grade, Civil Blitzkrieg started as a rather generic punk/ska three-piece. Roughly a year after they began, the band released their self-recorded, 11 song debut "Futureless". Six months later, another release followed, this time a 5 song EP entitled "Reluctant". By december of 2006, AJ (vox/bass) became unhappy with his instrumental abilities, so the band's friend Mike was recruited to play bass, with AJ moving to vocals full time. Though Mike would only be in the band for a few months, he would play bass during the creation of over half of the songs that would appear on their next EP, "7 Songs To Kill Time And Brain Cells." "7 Songs" marked the beginning of AJ's departure from growly vocals, which he had begun considering generic and "lame", to a more streamlined style. Also new to the recording was Nick, a new guitar player, with Pat moving from his position of guitar, to bass. With Nick now in the band, the group quickly set forth to create new, better material for a second full length, and first studio-recorded album. With Nick's guitar-style firmly in place, the band began moving towards a more melodic punk sound that all of the members had been growing into. Now, with the release of their studio-debut, and fourth release overall, "Five Minutes To Midnight", a month away, the band is hoping to reach a new audiance and spread their music to whoever wants to hear it. Oh, and Brad is the drummer.


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