Exit Strategy | New Lapses In Judgment

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New Lapses In Judgment

by Exit Strategy

Melodic post-hardcore rock with female vocals to smash your skull in.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Alternative Metal
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1. Vehicle
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2. Fear And Other Mistakes
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3. Inapologetic
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4. Another One For The Whirlwind
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5. Lenticular
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6. Tenderness
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7. Liars Code Of Ethics
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8. Divided
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9. It's Collapsing Underneath Us
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Exit Strategy is a melodic rock group hailing from Los Angeles. Their debut album "New Lapses In Judgment" is a mix of heavy rock, post-hardcore aggression and a general disdain for what passes for music these days. Bottled up into a compact 36 minutes, the album goes right for the gut with strong songwriting and explosive playing. Just so you know, there are no guitar solos.


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Jacob Shirley


Exit Strategy has some great tension in their rhythm while a sweet voice compliments in an ironic way. A great blend of aggression and sympathy.