Youth Novel

Youth Novel - Youth Novel
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February 15, 2021 / Release Date
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YeezyWazGud
84
Woah it's emoviolence.....but dynamic

Unfortunately that dynamic part is kind of cut off by the really dry production here. However, it's still a record that is fantastically written and performed. It's a weird combination of Orchid and American Football that works out amazingly and without any awkward kinks that need to be worked out. It makes me even more pissed that the production is kinda shit and that this is quite possibly the last material from a band that's been around for 9 years ... read more
Orlkont
85
I'm so close to having my eardrums explode but I'm willing to lose it for this album. This has so much power and energy. I JUST WANNA DESTROY EVERYTHING.
PunkRevNow
79
VIDEO REVIEW: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRkyyLi3Zmo

Far too often do we see fantastic bands dissolve before they get to properly release all of their best-written material. There's definitely an uncountable amount of amazing-yet-unreleased songs out there we'll never get to hear because of bands prematurely coming to an end for one reason or another, and it makes me literally want to die............

Fortunately, Youth Novel's music did not have to face the same fate, and we should be ... read more
TeodoreMcgee
80
This Michigan's emoviolence outfit, Youth Novel, drops here their self-titled debut album. It is true to classics of the genre, names like In/Humanity or Honeywell, even Orchid and Jeromes Dream, but here they really bring the emo in emoviolence. This is way more colerful than the majority of the records, the songs are more stretched and are built in a more beautiful way.

Instead of giving us basically powerviolence tracks with interspersed soft moments, that is what most of the bands do, ... read more
97
This is basically perfection when it comes to emoviolence. The post rock and emoviolence elements blend together better than anyone would expect.

It is a shame that this band is most likely never going to release any material again.
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Added on: March 1, 2021