Friday, April 20, 2012

CD Review: All Get Out Find "The Season" To Tour

South Carolina's All Get Out released their second full-length album entitled "The Season" last year and are currently headlining their own spring tour of North America. The band's latest release shows them moving in the right direction as their song-writing has grown from experimental modern rock to alternative pop gems.

Some of the songs on this album date back to the band's early days, but they mix the new and old songs together very well. The album begins with the face-paced, punk-rock edginess, attention-grabber  "My Friends." The flow of the album changes between the more melodic songs like "Lucky Bastard" and "Son of Mine" and the aggressive alternative rockers "Subject To Change" and "Me And My Lovers." All Get Out stretch out on the six-minute "Let Me Go" before finishing with gentle flow of "Come And Gone."

The band is currently on tour and will be heading to the east coast at the end of April. For more information and a complete list of tour dates, please visit http://favoritegentlemen.com/fgrecordings/all-get-out/.

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