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Coffin Problem - Coffin Problem (2016)

25-07-2016, 17:02

Title: Coffin Problem
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Dizzybird Records
Genre: Rock, Post Rock
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:42:18
Total Size: 101 mb


01. Ghosts of Ourselves [00:04:28]
02. Child of the Sun [00:05:43]
03. Empty [00:05:03]
04. Wrong [00:05:30]
05. To You All [00:05:19]
06. Apparition [00:03:21]
07. Unexpectations [00:06:05]
08. Daylight [00:06:49]

Coffin Problem had its first gasp of breath as the bedroom recording project of Sean Stearns (Shores, Haunted Leather [RIP]), an outlet for Sean to explore the dimensions of songwriting and composition outside of the regimens of the aforementioned projects. After releasing a stripped down collection of songs on 1980 Records in 2014, Sean began seeking other musicians to help flesh out his vision.

Sean tapped Billy Bartholomew (Shores) to step in on bass, Trevor Goldner (Heavier Than Air Flying Machines, Ex-Punk) to fulfill additional guitar duties and Ben Weissenborn (Jade TV, Shane Tripp, Stepdad) to play drums. Initial rehearsal sessions began in September of 2015 in a warehouse on the south side of Grand Rapids. After a month and a half of rehearsal, the band stumbled out with a set of songs that are as bruising as they are bright, cavernous as they are cathartic. The sound of Coffin Problem is both abrasive and familiar, like a sick joke told amongst close friends.

Here it is. This is the debut from Coffin Problem (Grand Rapids, MI). Comprised of 4 guys that give a shit about tone...this is a monster of an LP. Choose-your-own adventures in life, sure, but take warning, some things are inescapable! Taxes. Bubbles in a swimming pool. The inspired feelings one gets while immersed in the wall of guitars on this album. Death. All things inevitable.

Embrace Coffin Problem, and you get wave after blissful wave that will send your drone-loving hearts into space. You get slow-burning epics and avalanche-inducing, frenzied finales. You get the impression that the members of Coffin Problem have better pedals than you. You get big, cinematic, Midwestern rock 'n' roll that you won't soon forget. ENJOY.

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