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Hail The Sun - Culture Scars (2016)

20-06-2016, 10:46
Rock | Alternative | Punk


Artist:
Title: Culture Scars
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Equal Vision Records
Genre: Alternative Rock, Progressive Rock, Post-Hardcore
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 43:00 min
Total Size: 107 MB
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Tracklist:

01. Paranoia
02. Entertainment Lies
03. Body Damage
04. Words of Gratitude (Parents)
05. The "Fun" in Dysfunction
06. The People That Protect Us
07. Burn Nice and Slow (The Formative Years)
08. Never Kill a Mouse; Let it Kill Itself
09. Ministry of Truth
10. Doing the Same Thing and Expecting Different Results

Equal Vision Records’ Hail The Sun will release their thought-provoking new full-length, Culture Scars on June 17 – just before the band begins their run on the 2016 Vans Warped Tour. The band recently debuted a new live video for the demo version of one of the album’s new songs, “Paranoia”, which can be seen now at Youtube.com/equalvision.

“Musically and lyrically, this song is about the perspective of how you see yourself versus how others see you, and whether it matters or not if there is a difference,” reveals Hail The Sun vocalist/drummer Donovan Melero. “This is the demo version, of course, and was redone in our sessions for the album but we wanted to share this anyway to put something new out into the world and have it be something special for our friends and early supporters.”

The album version of the song will be available in the coming weeks via digital retailers such as Spotify, iTunes, AmazonMP3 and as an instant grat track via MerchNOW.

Culture Scars is Hail The Sun’s third full-length, and was recorded with producer Mike Watts (The Dear Hunter, Hopesfall, As Cities Burn). The ten track album offers a dark mix of personal reflection and social commentary, exploring the relationships between observation vs. action and perception vs. reality – and the effect of each on human emotion and society as a whole.

“Culture Scars is a term we came up with to refer to those scars, both physical and emotional, that come about due to certain things that society deems as normal and acceptable,” shares guitarist Shane Gann. “We don’t normally put much thought into the amount of pain that may be caused by dirty politics, found within a family with a “problem child”, or existing behind the scenes of an adult entertainment shoot. These themes are so commonplace in the world, and yet there is often so much trauma and hurt that is brought about by all these scenarios. We wanted to shed some light on the darker side of what we think of as normalcy.”

“I want people to stop so easily accepting the realities that exist. We are a generation who are so comfortable watching things happen from behind screens, who are so accepting of the goings-on in the world, so long as they don’t directly affect their own lives,” he continues. “I want people to challenge themselves to think and act differently, to stop believing everything they read, to make more than just a carbon footprint. Break the mold.”





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