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5.0 out of 5 stars Weird One, this!, 15 Nov. 2002
This review is from: What It Is To Burn (Audio CD)
Well Finch in a nutshell would be "Riff heavy punk". It really is hard to describe them. The lead singer, Nate, has a brilliant voice with fantastic range. Finches sound though is unique, it mixes the best of current punk rock vocals, with heavier guitars, making it a cross between nu metal and punk I suppose. The album has enough catchiness to get you into it, "letters to you" and "without you here" being the prime example, and enough depth and brilliance in the other songs for it to hold onto you and drag you into a world of melodic screaming and crushing vocals that make the hair on the back of your neck stand up. Its so hard to define Finch that it should be said that its not like stupid slipknot screaming, it has more emotion (hearing Nate screaming "when will you rise......." -on "perfection through silence" still makes me wanna start jumping around in the street), but at the same time its slightly heavier than say, New found glory. My personal favourite songs are the amazing "Ender", "New Begginings" and probably "What It Is To Burn". But hey, thats just me, everyone I know likes something different about Finch. Take a chance with this album and buy it, thats what I did -im addicted now.oops!
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Initial post: 21 Jul 2008, 18:02:38 BST
S. Harris says:
They ARE NOT Nu-Metal at all. No rap on this album AT ALL
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