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by The Franklin Cover Up

Socially Conscious Rock n Roll/Metal/Hardcore
Genre: Metal/Punk: Metalcore
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1. The State of Nebraska We Are Here
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2. Popular
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3. The Posterboy for American Standards
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4. Great Tragedy River Ohio
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5. Disco Was All About Coke
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6. They Came and Melted Our Necks
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7. Commercial
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8. A Nation Under Fuck
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9. Palm Trees and Laser Lights
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Boise [ID]'s the Franklin Cover Up has hit upon something especially thrilling. If the transition between Ian Mackaye's metered, articulate sing/speak to the [hyperventilating] scream/rant/scream dynamics of post-hardcore [acts] is an attempt to add emotion to ideology (or perhaps substitute one for the other), The Franklin Cover Up has gone one further. They've taken a step towards metal's use of voice as a sonic texture, while eschewing the detachment sometimes caused by metal's precision and glossiness, creating effectively a texture meant to communicate raw emotion. It's kinda sweet.
- LUKE BAUMGARTEN


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