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No Trigger


Nitro 015870

Released on March 21, 2006


It’s a simple formula, really. Put five guys together in a basement for four years. Throw in a strong work ethic and a bit of humility. Then top it off with music filled to the brim with relevance, catchiness, and honesty, and what do you get? You’ll get a band that has a chance to break through the radar and actually leave its mark on the world above them. You’ll get No Trigger. And since their quiet beginnings four years ago, this five piece out of central Massachusetts has done just that. They’ve managed to take their music and their message out of their east coast basement and into the ears of fans worldwide.

With the release of their debut EP "Extinction In Stereo" in 2004, the band has mustered the strong support of fans in both Japan and North America with songs rooted in social, ecological and personal themes. And not surprisingly, these same themes continue on their debut album, Canyoneer. “We just wanted to write an album that cemented our ideas, both musical and thematic, in a relevant way,” says singer Tom Rheault. “I think we succeeded ten-fold.”

The songs on Canyoneer range from infectiously driving to lightning fast, each of them containing an underlying message which slowly resonates to the surface. The song "More To Offer" for instance, "simply deals with the inequalities of gender-specific voices within underground music," Rheault says. “When a majority of bands you see are filled with men, those are the only points of view you get when you read their words and listen to their music. This song deals with that misfortune.” To avoid hypocrisy, the band enlisted the talents of female vocalist Hayley Helmericks, driving the point home. "Hayley had a flat-out terrific voice, and she really helped complete that song and made it stand out in a great way. We were so psyched on how it came out."

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The (Not So) Noble Purveyors Of The Third Or Fourth Coming  9%
2 Neon National Park Voted #1  14%
3 My Woods  12%
4 Fish Eye Lens  5%
5 Owner Operator  9%
6 The Honshu Underground Voted #2  13%
7 Bust Tropical  8%
8 You Said It  5%
9 Hail Mary Seskey  2%
10 Attack Of Orion And The Deft Arm Sunburn  2%
11 More To Offer Voted #3  13%
12 Tundra Kids  7%
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Sean from Saskatoon, SK Canada 
Sep 10 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

So deadly, these guys are great. I can't wait to see what these guys are going to release in the future. Great live too, saw them with Set Your Goals and Daggermouth. Definately check this out if you're into bands like that.

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Joey from Riverview, NB Canada 
Jun 29 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

WOW Just like every other review Ive got nothing bad to say. It reminds me a little bit of Strung Out mixed with Strike Anywhere, regardless again this album is brilliant and everyone should own a copy.

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Frank from Paris, France 
Apr 10 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Canyoneer is a brilliant record and a great melodic hardcore release, fast and catchy as hell with great choruses. Twelve tight songs for a cd that clocks at just over thirty minutes. The lyrics are rather political but as the same time expressed in an original and pretty personal way by Tom Rheault, and you enjoy both the effort and the result. So far, Canyoneer is my second favourite new record of 2006 just behind the Larry Arms' Oh! Calcutta!

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Patti from Norfolk, MA 
Mar 26 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

dan not patti. this is a great release, i have loved these guys for awhile and i was glad theyve gotten so far, great melodic hardcore. buy this release it is absolutely amazing. support no trigger.

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Marc from Orleans, ON Canada 
Mar 26 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Excellent release! Only good things to say about this band. If you liked their prior e.p. you'll love this even more. The one thing you might notice is that the e.p. has more guitar techness compared to this release. But don't worry you'll love this anyways! For fans of Good Riddance, Strike Anywhere, Paint it Black, bit of No use...that idea.

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Jacob from Danville, CA 
Mar 24 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

WoW! No Trigger have put out a very solid debut album and it's worth every penny I spent. I can tell you this disc is not going to be out of rotation for a while.

Jake somewhere in NOR-CAL

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Jeremy from Tigard, OR 
Mar 21 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

NO TRIGGER kicks ass! The whole CD is absolutely amazing! If you haven't heard these guys, head over to Nitro's website and download some MP3's. I am sure you will agree that you need to pick up a copy of this CD. A must for fans of Strike Anywhere and Good Riddance.

--Jeremy New School

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