Cylinder | Rise Above

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Rise Above

by Cylinder

Pure Hard Rock is back! Heavy Riffing, Soaring Vocal Hooks and Head Splitting Drums and Bass will have you begging for more! Cylinder's follow up to "Fueled by Fire" is sure to Impress! Crank it up to 11 and Hold On!
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Risen
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2. Play the Villain
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3:24 album only
3. Yesterdaze
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3:07 album only
4. Lift This Shroud
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3:33 album only
5. Destruction
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6. Can't Surrender
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7. Fight On
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Album Notes
Gimmicks don’t excite us anymore. Trends swell and crest and wash away. Great bands possess power in the intangible space between competing forces—it’s there that Cylinder will take you and leave you for dead--a place where somber tones contrast with an uplifting power. Where raw aggression clashes with technical proficiency and gives rise to a massive sound. A place where lyrics avowing heart come from a voice that is simultaneously willing to tear yours out. In short, Cylinder’s music represents what we need: a complex soul and uncaged spirit.

“We’re straight up, no bullshit, hard rock,” says Nick Boyd, guitarist for Cylinder. The Santa Cruz based band, rounded out by vocalist Shane Geslin, bassist Mike King and drummer Will Allen aren’t trying to reinvent the wheel, but rather take modern rock to its most dangerous edges— deeper, darker, more defiant.


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