The debut album by San Diego post-hardcore rockers Thousand Below, The Love You Let Too Close has gained something of a cult status within many post-hardcore circles. And despite its flaws, there is good reason for this.
The Love You Let Too Close is a bleak and aggressive exploration of loss, love, and addiction. One of the things about this album that truly shines is how wonderfully earnest it is, and how through the raw aggression, a heartbreaing beauty often shines through. James Deberg's ... read more