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No Heroes
No Heroes

No Heroes

Product ID : 7558759


Galleon Product ID 7558759
UPC / ISBN 045778682720
Shipping Weight 0.18 lbs
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Model 2004278
Manufacturer EPITAPH
Shipping Dimension 5.55 x 4.96 x 0.55 inches
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Brand Epitaph / Ada
Genre Heavy Metal
Number Of Discs 1
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2006-10-24
Release Date 2006-10-24
UPC 045778682720
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About No Heroes

Product Description Converge's Epitaph debut, YOU FAIL ME was named one of 2004's ten essential releases in Alternative Press. Now comes NO HEROES, an album that brilliantly combines the textural sonics of YOU FAIL ME with the brutal assaul ot their debut, JANE DOE. Converge are poised to follow in the footsteps of bands like Darkest Hour and Norma Jean. Amazon.com It's hard to be a "real" punk rock band these days. And not so much because the music is 30-plus years old (such that by now it's essentially in the same place that jazz was in the '50s when it splintered into trad and bebop), or the ways that commerce has seeped so fully into every pore of the "scene." It's just that as hard and as intense and as loud and as pissed-off as you want to sound, someone else is louder, screamo-er, and just more capable of scaring your parents than you ever will be. Converge of course emerged in the early '90s as part of a mutant strain of neo-neo hardcore, with bands smart enough to inject elements of art-rock and metal. Their peers and followers might ride that sound to the top of the charts, but Converge utilizes the dynamics of that music to just get better all the time. No Heroes is amazing. This is music with as much tension as the Golden Gate Bridge, and the band sounds harder, faster, and more intense even while (occasionally) slowing down. --Mike McGonigal