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The Fullblast

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    Redemption
    3:110:30
  2. 2.
    Shame
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    Adore
    3:000:30
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    Stay
    3:110:30
  5. 5.
    Brothers
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The Fullblast broke up ten years ago. Assembled in 2000 from the remnants of suburban skate punk bands and high school friendships, they spent six years writing complex melodic punk and touring themselves into the ground alongside peers like Rise Against and Alexisonfire.
10 years on, the band reformed to write and record a new EP, Attack.Sustain.Decay, a full-throttled return to form that builds on the band’s legacy without retreading it. The Fullblast have always been defined by an equally keen interest in complex musicality and pop sensibility, a balance on full display on this EP.
Guitar intricacies and syncopated drumming recall peak Relationship of Command-era At the Drive-In, slashing underneath an instantly memorable vocal melody that’s more pop than postpunk. Throughout, the band’s enduring breadth and chops are clear, with thoughtful lyrics and a tight, explosive musical foundation that will move any Propagandhi fan right to the front of the pit.
The most resonant moment for long-time fans is likely to come from “Redemption,” where the band addresses their breakup in an uncompromising and intimate missive. The song is directed equally at themselves as those who followed them. The song plays as a culmination of the inventive musical ideas that defined The Fullblast’s best material, layered and textured in a way unique to these four friends.
With the new EP, they’re returning to a chemistry that never went away, that couldn’t be found anywhere else.

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