Crown The Empire - The Resistance: Rise Of The Runaways album
This is Crown The Empire’s second full-length album released through Rise Records and produced with Joey Sturgis, this time Dan Korneff was also included in the production process. Rise Records released a teaser video to officially announce the album and reveal the album art in June 2014. The album was released on 22nd July 2014, Initiation was the first single released on 19th June 2014. The first music video was for Machines, released 25th July 2014. The Resistance: Rise of the Runaways Q&A.
Metalcore Crown The Empire. 队列表 Metalcore Crown The Empire The Resistance: Rise of the Runaways. Band Name Crown The Empire. Album Name The Resistance: Rise of the Runaways. 作人 Korneff Dan. 音乐风格Metalcore.
Enjoy this album from Crown The Empire on the Qobuz apps thanks to your subscription. on the built-in player. In fact, this theatricality is easily the album's most engaging feature, making The Resistance: Rise of the Runaways a unique offering in an otherwise dull post-hardcore landscape. 1 disk - 13 tracks - Total length: 00:50:51. Main artist: Crown The Empire. Composer: Various Composers.
Call To Arms (Act I). Initiation. The Wolves of Paris (Act II). MNSTR. Maniacal Me. Satellites (Act III). Rise of the Runaways.
Well, Dallas-based six-piece Crown The Empire have stepped up in a big way, with every aspect of The Resistance: Rise Of The Runaways coming across bigger, harder and just more than their full-length debut, 2012's The Fallout. Brandon Hoover and Benn Suede’s guitars rip and sear; Hayden Tree’s bass is a jangling, floor-shaking throb; Brent Taddie’s drumming is crisp and martial. Meanwhile, Andy Leo and David Escamilla’s vocals take modern-rock frontman-hood in thrilling directions, adding a non-cheesy theatricality that suits the album’s concept-album-ness perfectly
Crown The Empire’s new album, The Resistance: Rise of the Runaways, has the band exceeding all preconceived expectations. It’s heavier and more melodic than everything fans and critics grew to love on The Fallout but it doesn’t feel contrived or forced in any way. When you break it down, Crown The Empire are storytellers for a new generation; nothing is a mistake. Every detail, element, structure, chorus, and breakdown is planned, and the album flows like the plot of a theatrical film.
Fans of the last two albums will find that Crown the Empire are gradually trying to expand upon their formula here, and it does work for the most part (though the band does still need a little more growth in their writing styles to better combine twisting elements). Personally, I think The Fallout may have been slightly more enjoyable, but The Resistance is also certainly a worthy release for its scene. Crown the Empire are most definitely talented musicians, and they could be onto something here
|1||A Call To Arms (Act I)|
|5||The Wolves Of Paris (Act II)|
|9||Satellites (Act III)|
|10||Rise Of The Runaways|
|12||The Phoenix Reborn|
NotesTest pressing hand numbered out of 20
|RISE 239-2||Crown The Empire||The Resistance: Rise Of The Runaways (CD, Album)||Rise Records||RISE 239-2||US||2014|
|RISE 239-1||Crown The Empire||The Resistance: Rise Of The Runaways (LP, Album, Ltd, Cle + Minimax, Album)||Rise Records||RISE 239-1||US||2014|
|RISE 239-1||Crown The Empire||The Resistance: Rise Of The Runaways (LP, Album, Whi)||Rise Records||RISE 239-1||US||2014|
|RISE 239-1||Crown The Empire||The Resistance: Rise Of The Runaways (LP, Album, Ltd, Blu)||Rise Records||RISE 239-1||US||2014|
|RISE 239-2||Crown The Empire||The Resistance: Deluxe Edition (CD, Album, Dlx, RE)||Rise Records||RISE 239-2||US||2015|