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Death Chorus


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  • Audio CD (2 Dec 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: ADA Global
  • ASIN: B00FKVP0MC
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 148,739 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Rory King on 10 Sep 2014
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Brilliant energetic album, something of a departure from their last album but fantastic nonetheless.
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What Happened? 13 Dec 2013
By Peter Tanski - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
I have been a staunch PBC fan since their first lp, and have never been let down... Until now. They traded gruff vocals for neo-emo whinyness, the patented post hardcore attack for pop punk, and overall just dropped the ball. I loved them. I really did. Now... Whew
A band moving forward 1 Sep 2014
By Christian M. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I'll admit it, I expected "Clash Battle Guilt Pride" part II. When I first listened to this I was upset. "What happened?!?! Where's the gruff vocals?" I walked away for a little bit.
One day I was at the gym and wanted something different to listen to. I decided to give this another shot.
It hit me. I can dig when a band decides to change up their sound and try something new. The album is worth taking a risk on. They're still the same passionate band they have always been.
I'm looking forward to what's next.
Kinda Sad... 10 Feb 2014
By Stu Dunn - Published on Amazon.com
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I was disappointed. I read a review saying it was the worst PBC album and got upset at this guy for tarnishing the name but after I listened through 2 full trips I found I can only really enjoy 3 whole songs, and little clips and parts of other ones. As opposed to Clash Battle, or STJD where I'd listen through and be belting out every song along with them.

After listening to this band for 5 years and seeing them countless times in concert I fear for their future without the backbone of Jimmy's signature vocals. I'll just relive the past with their previous efforts and hope he somehow regains his voice, somehow the whole song suffered as his lack of presence seemed to water down the guitars and most of the melodies were less driving and more bland and unoriginal. It sucks to hear, but it doesn't detract from how good their previous stuff is.
His voice... 11 Jan 2014
By M.R.H. - Published on Amazon.com
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is gone. His awesome raspy throated singing/ yelling is now gone. He is still a decent singer, but nothing like the previous albums. Solid pop punkiness.
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Death Chorus by Polar Bear Club 8 Mar 2014
By Abbe Hinder - Published on Amazon.com
Polar Bear Club are roughly a new band to me. Their music is so pop punk/punk rock that it’s a bit scary. Normally, bands like these usually end up starting in pop punk but then change their sound years later whether if it’s for the best or the worst. Polar Bear Club’s dedication towards pop punk is respectable and encouraging, and Death Chorus is proof of that.

These days, I’m a real stickler when it comes down to vocals. In Death Chorus, vocals are very strong, don’t get me wrong, but I would have loved some songs to have a darker tone to them. But other than that, my biggest problem with this album is the middle where songs start to sound the same without any of them being easily distinguished.

Before the middle, the choruses in the beginning are really tight and smooth like in Blood Balloon and So I Buy. WLWYCD has a tremendous build-up with the drums and guitar slowly coming back in. The drumming is awesome to the extreme in So I Buy as well as For Show. Siouxsie Jeanne is one of the softer songs on the album and it’s sadder and of course about love, but I still love it.

Overall, Death Chorus by Polar Bear Club is an album that pop punk lovers will enjoy. They seem to have a solid reputation and release very solid album, and I can’t wait to hear more from them.
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