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Editorial Reviews

Juturna is an amalgamation of influences ranging from prog to metal, and reflects both diverse backgrounds and common bonds. Ex-members of Saosin, Taken and This Day Forward. Equal Vision. 2005.

1. Holding Somone's Hair Back
2. Act Appalled
3. Wish Resign
4. The Glorious Nosebleed
5. In Fear and Faith
6. The Great Golden Baby
7. Stop The Car
8. We're All Thieves
9. Oh. Hello
10. Always Getting What You Want
11. Meet Me In Montauk

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 19, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Equal Vision Records
  • ASIN: B0007YXQ50
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,500 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Nick Beard (Bass) – Steve Clifford (Drums) – Brendan Ekstrom (Guitar) –
Colin Frangicetto (Guitar) - Anthony Green (Vocals)

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Customer Reviews

I listen to this album at least once a week.
I feel bad for them though because making another album as good as this one is going to be a hard thing to manage.
The song and entire album flows well with incredible lyrical talent.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By LeftManOut on December 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Take away the fact that anyone in Circa Survive was ever in a previous band. "Juturna", Circa Survive's debut for Equal Vision Records, would still be amazing. Now add the fact that the members that comprise this band came from such stellar acts as This Day Forward, Saosin, and Taken, and it's no real surprise how good this album is. That's an impressive resume that few bands can top. While Circa Survive may not have a hint of the sound of any of the previously mentioned bands, it's safe to say that if you were a fan of any of the bands, particularly Saosin, you're going to find a lot about this album to like. The music is stellar, and Anthony's voice really helps to give this band a great vocal presence that is often overlooked in many musical acts today. This really turned out to be one of the best records of 2005, and one of my personal favorites.

Like mentioned, Circa Survive really doesn't sound like anything the members of this band have previously played in, and that's a good thing. While the previous bands were all emo/hardcore/post-hardcore kind of stuff, Circa Survive is a very ambient, spacy rock band. I don't necessarily agree with the comparisons to The Mars Volta (TMV is much more atmospheric and multidirectional), but comparing them to say someone like Saosin or This Day Forward would be wrong. If you need an introduction to the band or its sound, then you should look no further than the album's stellar opening track "Holding Someone's Hair Back". The guitars weave in and out of eachother creating beautiful patterns and harmonies, coupled with the excellent backing of the drums and bass, and finally topped off with Anthony's trademark vocals which gives the band a very unique sound.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Kevin on March 12, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I'm in awe.

I'm writing this review right as I finish out the last seconds of 'Juturna', and the only dissapointing thing that comes to mind is the fact that it took me so long to discover this truly captivating piece of work.

I've always heard words of hype around these guys ever since Anthony Green walked away from Saosin and decided to join up with the remains of TDF -- and wow, that decision was clearly made for the better. In all honestly, as respected as Saosin has become in the underground scene, I don't see much of a lasting future for them -- regardless of if their highly-anticipated debut catapults their career, every band has their 15 minutes -- but Circa Survive has the epic cinematic, atmospheric, dark, intelligent appeal (comparable to the likes of A Perfect Circle), that should guarantee lasting power.

The one and only minor downfall to Juturna is that it becomes repetitive towards the middle tracks. The instrumental arrangements/progressions become so indistinctly meshed that you get a sense of "hey didnt i just listen to this song..."-- With so much talent flowing between these five guys I expected a little more diversity.

Nonetheless, because I know some people have and will label this album in the over-generalized genre of 'emo', doing so would be a massive insult to the band and its unique creative force. This is purely ambient, experimental rock at its finest. It's music like this that gives hope to the rest of the industry to break all of the cliches and set higher standards in what's considered good taste.

I highly recommend this album to anyone that's in need of something refreshing. Hopefully Circa Survive will use this album as a launching pad for things to come. It's easily one of the strongest debuts I've heard in years.

Personal Highlights:

- We're All Theives

- Oh. Hello

- In Fear And Faith
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Forte on July 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
First off I'll be up front. I haven't even heard of the earlier projects of any of the members of Circa Survive. But I'm as qualified as any to review their album since I've been fans of almost any genre of music (excluding most country) and I've played more then six instuments since I was in fourth grade (I'm twenty one now). Don't take me wrong, I'm not gloating. When I listen to Circa Survive I listen to every musician both individually and simultaneously, and try to be as analytical as my limits allow me. Juturna is one amazing album from start to finish. Forget all the people who will shun this band because the "singer sounds like a girl." Anthony Green has an amazing voice, there is no doubt about it. Half the people who will criticize him couldn't hit half of the notes he does, nor could most of the bands they listen to. It is so gratifying to here such a talented singer in a band, without the band being so popular they only show up to your city's arena. Fortunately, the singer is backed up by a musical equivalent...members of This Day Forward, Saosin, etc. (mentioned by plenty of preceding reviews). The intricate weaving of the guitarists (including bass) is accentuated with a slew of effects. At first listen the bass might trick the listener into thinking the music is pretty simple. Listening closer to the guitarists riffs is as rewarding as it is entertaining. A lot of the lyrical content seems to refer to Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, especially the obvious "Meet me in Montauk" acoustic-closer. Songs like "Holding Someone's Hair Back", "Act Appalled", "Glorious Nosebleed", "Always Getting What You Want" (the best song on the album, in my opinion), "Wish Resign", and any of the other songs will remind you why exactly you took my word to buy this album. There is even a secret song after the last song that is as classic as the rest of the album. So stop losing I.Q. points by reading my writing and go buy this excellent outing.
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