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  • Audio CD (29 Sept. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Spinefarm Records
  • ASIN: B00MQE3BRC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 89,959 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Back to Oblivion marks the return of Finch with the band's first full length album in over nine years. The Southern California band has undeniably created a lasting, formidable body of work with their two studio albums and EPs - singer Nate Barcalow acknowledges that 2002's What It Is To Burn all but defined post-hardcore early in the decade , while 2005's Say Hello to Sunshine continued to shape its direction. The band dignified the demand for a celebration of What It Is To Burn s 10th anniversary by reforming after a hiatus and playing select sold-out shows across the country in 2013. Inspired by the creative surge brought on by these shows, Finch rendered these contradictions moot with Back to Oblivion, their long-awaited third LP and a new, bold chapter in the band's legacy. Back to Oblivion itself is a paradoxical idea. This is Finch reinvigorated, brimming with the inspiration of their earliest days; the opposite of the negation implied by oblivion. But as a songwriting unit, they're challenging themselves by going deep into the unknown - this is by far Finch's most introspective and demanding work from a lyrical standpoint. The album was produced by Brian Virtue (Deftones, 30 Seconds to Mars, Janes Addiction, Audio Slave).

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By bellarella on 30 Sept. 2014
Format: Audio CD
Nate Barcalow has one of my favourite voices ever, I love Finch & can't imagine a day when I don't buy what ever they release without question. The first time I listened to this album I didn't think it had the vision or a strong identity compared to Say Hello to Sunshine; but I have just listened to it for the second time & realised that it is great & is put together really well & thoughtfully, additionally it has variety in tone & texture which is new to their sound. My favourites are the last 2 songs - Inferium & New Wave. It is so great to love a band enough to put on a record & just listen to it without distraction, to absorb it to see where they are at - that is how I feel about Finch . I hope they don't leave it another 10 years to release the next one.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CleanRabbit on 30 Sept. 2014
Format: Audio CD
As one of Finch's biggest fans, from their first EP to their WIITB reunion tour I've worshiped the genius of the band. The new album isn't a follow up of Say Hello to Sunshine and isn't a rinse-repeat of WIITB, instead Nate & Crew have pushed a slightly different avenue, with tracks like 'Anywhere but Here' taking you down familiar yet entirely new ground and the album slowing down in tempo towards the end with Tarot and New Wave introducing you to a whole new side of the band - a side you only had a glimmer of through 'Ender' a decade ago.

BTO is by far the most anticipated album of my life and Finch have blown my mind with it!
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Finch are back!! I thought they had split, so i was sooo pleased to see this CD the other day. And whats even better is that it is as good if not better than previous Finch albums. Personal favourites are murder me, Play dead, The Great Divide and Us vs them. Though evbery time i listen I like another song more than i did last time. This will be in the car for some time.
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Well it took quite few listens to appreciate it but I put in the groundwork and ultimately it was well worth it.

First impressions were that the first three tracks rocked and then it lost momentum and it all just went a bit mediocre. The major problem seemed to be that there really just wasn't enough oompf! The recording levels, at least through my mp3 player, were just too weak, taking an edge even off the opening 3 tracks.

But this is Finch we are talking about, surely there must be something more to it. They took a gamble on 'Say Hello to Sunshine,' the fan base wobbled, but those who hung on to it and gave it a chance found what ultimately turned out to be classic album number two for them.

My solution here was put down the mps 3 player and put the cd in the cd player, crank up the volume and listen to it as was intended....and of course I have now discovered another gem.

Whilst not as dark as the 'Say Hello....' it still holds on to some of the elements of that album, particularly the melodic vocal styling. It is however much more straightforward in it's arrangements.

I'm not going to run through song by song but the album is pretty strong throughout my only slight downers being with the repetitive Picasso Trigger and the potentially wet Inferium although both tracks have their moments.

If you still have any doubts on several repeat listens throw it on shuffle with the other two albums, it really does sit well with them.
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