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Pianos Become The Teeth

Keep You

Epitaph 87378

Released on October 28, 2014


$12.75

Pianos Become The Teeth are from Baltimore, Maryland; the band made waves on the scene with their 2009 debut Old Pride and gained national attention with 2011’s The Lack Long After. Their third album and Epitaph debut, Keep You, sees the band taking a brave step forward to craft a musical statement that truly transcends genres. “There’s still the same amount of passion and energy inherent in this record, it’s just presented in a different way,” frontman Kyle Durfey explains. The immediately noticeable difference is Durfey’s vocal approach that sees him traded the throat-gutting screams of the band’s early releases with cleaner, more intelligible vocals. However anyone who has followed the band’s trajectory—specifically the song “Hiding” from their 2013 split with Touché Amoré—can trace the way the band’s sound has evolved from a melodic screamo act to a group that create heaviness and weight via raw emotion instead of distortion and dissonance. Capturing the band’s creative vision this time around, proence is Durfey’s vocal approach that sees him traded the throat-gutting screams of the band’s early releases with cleaner, more intelligible vocals. However anyone who has followed the band’s trajectory—specifically the song “Hiding” from their 2013 split with Touché Amoré—can trace the way the band’s sound has evolved from a melodic screamo act to a group that create heaviness and weight via raw emotion instead of distortion and dissonance. Capturing the band’s creative vision this time around, proence is Durfey’s vocal approach that sees him traded the throat-gutting screams of the band’s early releases with cleaner, more intelligible vocals. However anyone who has followed the band’s trajectory—specifically the song “Hiding” from their 2013 split with Touché Amoré—can trace the way the band’s sound has evolved from a melodic screamo act to a group that create heaviness and weight via raw emotion instead of distortion and dissonance. Capturing the band’s creative vision this time around, proence is Durfey’s vocal approach that sees him traded the throat-gutting screams of the band’s early releases with cleaner, more intelligible vocals. However anyone who has followed the band’s trajectory—specifically the song “Hiding” from their 2013 split with Touché Amoré—can trace the way the band’s sound has evolved from a melodic screamo act to a group that create heaviness and weight via raw emotion instead of distortion and dissonance. Capturing the band’s creative vision this time around, producer Will Yip (Circa Survive, Braid) enhances the band’s new vision, bringing out harmonies and swelling strings that compliment these songs in exciting ways that even the band couldn’t initially predict . “I think it’s a musical growth not a departure,” Durfey summarizes. “I wouldn’t say we would never make another overtly aggressive record again but this is the record we wanted to make.”

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