A Different Shade Of Blue (CD)


Knocked Loose

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A Different Shade of Blue, the sophomore album from Knocked Loose, is a solid set of their sludgey metal blended with hardcore vocals. “…And Still I Wander South” is heavy on the doom sound, contrasted with the fierce energy of vocalist Bryan Garris. “Mistakes Like Fractures” is a head-banging onslaught of energy and frustration – universal themes only emphasized by their powerful live performances. Appealing to fans of both metal and punk, the young Kentucky band is one to watch.



Track Listing



Disc 1 Titles
Artist
Length
1.
Belleville
Knocked Loose 03:16
2.
Trapped in the Grasp of a Memory
Knocked Loose 00:29
3.
A Serpent's Touch (Featuring Emma Boster)
Knocked Loose 03:02
4.
By the Grave
Knocked Loose 03:05
5.
In The Walls
Knocked Loose 03:02
6.
Guided By The Moon
Knocked Loose 03:48
7.
Mistakes Like Fractures
Knocked Loose 03:39
8.
Forget Your Name (Featuring Keith Buckley)
Knocked Loose 02:42
9.
Road 23
Knocked Loose 02:21
10.
....And Still I Wander South
Knocked Loose 03:42
11.
Denied By Fate
Knocked Loose 02:23
12.
Misguided Son
Knocked Loose 03:15

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