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After the Sirens-What I Have to Give, Let it Be Enough

January 1, 2007

afterthesirensBand Name: After the Sirens

Album Name: What I Have to Give, Let it Be Enough

Best Element: A rare gem

Genre: Post-Hardcore

Website: http://www.afterthesirens.com

Label Name: Blue Duck Records

Band E-mail: sirens@afterthesirens.com

After the Sirens’ What I Have to Give, Let it Be Enough is a rare gem in the post-hardcore genre. From start to finish, this is an album that is polished to perfection, both in musicianship and production quality.

First and foremost, the music is absolutely stunning. Frontman Ryan Heidorn has a smooth, emotional vocal quality that just takes your breath away with its sensitive soul. The music is intricately written, beautiful and soothing all at the same time. And then there are the lyrics.

What I Have to Give, Let it Be Enough is so eloquently written that there is not a bad song to be found. Each song is a brilliantly written, moving, and thought-provoking poem that just tugs at your heartstrings and won’t let you go. It brings you into the moment, and then gently transitions you into the next one, keeping you captivated from song to song, until gently letting you go at the end.

With this album, After the Sirens has created a genuine masterpiece that is not to be missed.

-Andrea Caruso

Sunshine131@gmail.com

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