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Heart & The Broken Compass

Last Winter Audio CD
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (August 2, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: LIFEFORCE RECORDS
  • ASIN: B00533Y1TA
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,860 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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For fans of 30 Seconds To Mars, Silverstein, Anberlin, and The Almost

Orlando, Florida's Last Winter are about to release their second album for Lifeforce Records The Heart & The Broken Compass. Following the path of Under The Silver Of Machines (2007) the quintet is focusing on a vital and catchy sound in between alternative rock and powerpop that is based on pure honesty and emotional passion. And the guys are right: There is nothing wrong about having overhanging hooklines, dozens of melodies and tons of memorable refrains as long as a band is sticking to authenticity and instinctiveness. Last Winter are doing so! The Heart & The Broken Compass is consisting of ten perfect hymns for this years warm season making summer even more sunny and enjoyable. There is no doubt about this conclusion.
Drawing on influences from 80s Glam, 90s alternative, powerpop and today's modern rock music, Last Winter were born in November 2002 in the heart of Central Florida. Self-released debut album Transmission Skyline (2005) first proved the band's given ability to transform pure emotion into dynamic and fascinating songs people and Lifeforce Records fell in love with immediately. The Heart & The Broken Compass now continues where Under The Silver Of Machines stopped. Last Winter listen to their hearts and set them to music.

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5.0 out of 5 stars freakin' amazing October 23, 2013
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Anthemic, high energy soaring mix of emo and alt-metal. It's got an element of throatiness to the vocals mixed with the "whiny" aspect some usually associate with emo. It's a good mix, IMO, since bands like Saliva and Disturbed just make me sick to my stomach when I'm slightly under-nourished, whereas this music makes me homesick when under-nourished, which prompts me to get off my fat buttox and eat. This album has a much crunchier production than that found on landmark emo CDs such as TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS by Taking Back Sunday or DEJA ENTENDU by Brand New, and the melodies seem to be conveying the extreme moments in life where you feel like you're on a surfboard in the midst of a giant wave (I don't surf, but I can use my imagination...I've been submerged in water, so all I've missed is the extreme sudden pressure of the water overcoming me, and i know what sudden feels like and extreme is just the same thing multiplied...so there!) Anyway, I bought this at Sears for cheaper than the new price that is avail on the Amazon Marketplace, so that's a possibility for all you fellow penny pinchers; also, if you that's what you wanna do, you can use Upromise and get $0.50 of your purchase refunded once you do that 20x (Upromise requires a $10 build-up before they send you a check). But however u do it, you should at least listen to this CD, unless you're not into emo or hate alt-metal (seriously? Not even Breaking Benjamin? What kind of a human being ARE you! Sorry j/k.....). Bone appetite!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Unknown Band October 27, 2013
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I just found out about LAST WINTER on Spotify a few days ago. These guys really need to be bigger than they are, because they are one of the best bands out there right now. Album highlights include THE ARCHITECTS, COPPER BONES, and HIDE YOUR EYES. I also recommend their other album UNDER THE SILVER OF MACHINES, which is even better than this.

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