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Cursive's Domestica

6/19/2000 | A Smaller Footprint | Album Review
After breaking up a couple of years ago, Cursive is back from the dead with a new full length. They have also added Tim Kasher on guitar, who's also a member of Lullaby for the Working Class. I liked the past Cursive material, but it really didn't do a whole lot for me. This is definitely a new level for these guys. They fall nicely into the mid-90s emo sound, but they're now rocking a lot harder than they did before the breakup. The guitars are crunchier and the vocals are much stronger and more powerful than before. Fans of the whole Midwest scene, which has lost so many bands in the last few years, will eat this one up. Good stuff.

Cursive's Domestica

Cursive's Domestica

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