The debut disc of The Ivy League is their first attempt at explaining their almost cynical outlook on current events. The 11th Hour has a dark mood set with undertones describing their outlook on the end of the world. The concept of the 11th Hour is not totally pessimistic with its insight for change laid out in songs like “Start”. The album shows the extremes of the world good and bad, light and dark, divine and evil. The 11th hour should appeal to anyone who felt like they didn’t belong; the outcast, the down trodden and the salt of the world. The 11th hour musically has a range of influences from hardcore and punk to rock & roll and even post punk. People who are fans of anything from AFI and Blood for Blood to the haunting monotone of Johnny Cash should appreciate what this album is portraying.
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Matthew from Roanoke, VA
Mar 28 2008
Excellent release. Top notch. Two things I could ask for though, 1. get rid of the last song 2. put more songs on the cd. This is great though. Not just Oi!, Oi! ala the BRUISERS meets SOCIAL DISTORTION.