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Remembering Never
Women and Children Die First (Ferret)

By: Mike SOS

Remembering Never is on a mission to sanctify the scene, and they've even gone so far to start by blaming themselves for the lack of hardcore purity in the genre today. The remedy, according to this Florida-based quintet, is to be as abrasive as necessary, while espousing the virtues and morals of a band on the mend, questioning authority, and ultimately, the meaning of it all. Centered around riffs that churn, burn, and pound with efficient aggression, this 10-track endeavor is a step in that very direction, combining the dissonance of fellow statesmen Poison the Well with the sheer brutality of bands like Norma Jean and Darkest Hour. Metalcore fans will rejoice over the indulgent twin guitar pummeling, while those that enjoy music with a conscience will find vocalist Mean Pete's screamed sermons a welcomed addition to the band's arsenal. Showing more concern than your average outfit, Remembering Never's newfound direction should find the band making fans and friends that crave socially aware yet relentlessly musical savagery.
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