For Posterity

Dryjacket - For Posterity
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Based on 21 ratings
January 13, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Hopeless / Label
Indie Rock, Emo / Genres
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For Posterity is – for a pop-punk album at least – guitar-heavy and technically precise, yet accessible enough in its structure and approach that it feels inviting and easy to listen to.


The album should be a welcome addition to the collection of any fan of 90’s emo. The stomping choruses on offer will also win new friends among the fan-bases of their pop-punk loving labelmates.

A new favorite punk band of mine, Dryjacket pushes forward the "midwest emo" movement even while being based in the east coast. Each track stands alone and fits perfectly in the flow of the album.
The album doesn't have the stereotypical atonal raspy vocals that almost hurt to listen to. Rather, it has strong bari-tenor punk vocals that (while being in tune) make this album the high quality it is.
It's not as depressing as most midwest emo bands are, which sets them apart as a great ... read more
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Track List

  1. Wicker Couch
  2. Epi Pen Pals
  3. Spelling Era
  4. Two Toasters
  5. Titebond IV
  6. Abe LinkedIn
  7. Misused Adrenaline
  8. Milo with an "H"
  9. Bill Gates' Ringtone
  10. Patron Without Funds
  11. Ana [an-uh, an-nuh]
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Added on: January 13, 2017