Nightmares For A Week , Banquets - Nightmares For A Week / Banquets Split album flac
|A1||–Nightmares For A Week||Canadian Tuxedo||4:05|
|A2||–Nightmares For A Week||Dead Will Stay||2:55|
|A3||–Nightmares For A Week||Bleached Blonde||3:32|
|A4||–Nightmares For A Week||Up To The Mountain Heights||5:01|
|A5||–Nightmares For A Week||Boiceville Inn||2:24|
|B3||–Banquets||My Moped Year||3:15|
|B5||–Banquets||Come Home Ragged||2:16|
100 x red edition (chrystal clear with blue and black vinyl) (this one)
200 x grey edition (chrystal clear with solid red vinyl)
|BN-056||Nightmares For A Week, Banquets||Nightmares For A Week, Banquets - Nightmares For A Week / Banquets Split (LP, Album, Tra)||Black Numbers||BN-056||USA & Canada||2014|
|BN-056||Nightmares For A Week / Banquets||Nightmares For A Week / Banquets - Nightmares For A Week / Banquets (LP, Album, TP)||Black Numbers||BN-056||USA & Canada||2014|
|BN-056||Nightmares For A Week, Banquets||Nightmares For A Week, Banquets - Nightmares For A Week / Banquets Split (LP, Album, Sal)||Black Numbers||BN-056||USA & Canada||2014|
|BN-056||Nightmares For A Week, Banquets||Nightmares For A Week, Banquets - Nightmares For A Week / Banquets Split (LP, Album, Ltd, Whi)||Black Numbers||BN-056||USA & Canada||2014|
|TRI-06||Nightmares For A Week, Banquets||Nightmares For A Week, Banquets - Nightmares For A Week / Banquets (Cass)||Trilob Records||TRI-06||Netherlands||2014|
Album · 2014 · 10 Songs. More By Nightmares for a Week.
From the Nightmares for a Week, Banquets Split.
Information on Nightmares For A Week & Banquets.
Banquets however has a more direct, in-your-face approach with their melodic punk pulling no punches. Their faster-paced medleys balance the record out nicely adding a strong punk-depth to things, much akin to last year’s self-titled full-length. The Engineer stretches out Travis Omilian’s vocals and as usual, he delivers nothing but gold. His powerful voice backed by crisp, tight-knit drums and a sprawl of anthemic riffs and hooks build their arsenal perfectly. Come Home Ragged is no doubt the most prominent tune on offer from them as it’s full of energy and snark .
First up is Nightmares For A Week who probably grew up listening to the Get Up Kids and decided to adopt their sound (especially when it comes to the vocals) and then proceeded by mixing in some of the Gaslight Anthem’s blue-collar influences along with a bit of folk and alt-country. Personally, I would have changed the tracklisting around a little because there are one or two unexpected shifts in energy between songs that result in a loss of momentum . While both bands on this split have a sound of their own, there are enough similarities to nicely complement one another, resulting in one damn fine split album. Tags: nightmares for a week.
Split w/ Mayflower by Banquets, released 05 July 2011 1. Sexy Ghosts 2. Unforgiven V 3. Versatility go to album. Split by Nightmares for a Week/Banquets. supported by 6 fans who also own Split w/ Mayflower. Had to get this on vinyl because both bands gave 110% on it.
Banquets and Nightmares for a Week have been g to do a split together forever. We were starting to think it was never going to happen. When they said it was finally finished, we were all, LOL ya rite Banquets for a Week, put ur $$ where ur mouth is. Well, they called our internet-speak bluff and boy are our faces red. But we don’t mind being a little red in the face if it means we get ten new songs from these dudes. Nightmares For a Week: 3/22 Hastings on the Hudson at the River Roadhouse 4/4 Applehead Studio (Live recording session, Woodstock . 5/3 Death to False Hope Fest (Durham, NC) 5/16-5/18 Pouzza Fest (Montreal, Canada).
Listen to music from Nightmares For A Week like Arrows, Friends & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Nightmares For A Week. Nightmares for a Week are a three piece indie rock outfit from Kingston, NY. The group features Bill Manley (vocals, guitar), Sean-Paul Pillsworth (bass, vocals) and Steven Markota (drums) and promises a sound influenced by Jawbreaker, Lucero, Uncle Tupelo, All and The Replacements.