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Templeton Pek: Watching the World Come Undone

Templeton Pek is an angry band and this is their latest protest. On this album, they channel all their anger and direct it toward injustice, nationalism, and general human destructiveness. The music on this album is consistent with the band's other albums, a simultaneously heavy and catchy affair that mostly builds on pop punk. This is the stuff that gets audiences jumping, singing, and moshing. It's a good album, but you'd better like melodic hardcore that is as peppy as it is angry. If you like your punk rock heavy, raw, and sloppy, you've come to the wrong place.

Track Listing:
1. Nowhere to Hide
2. Oblivious
3. The Awakening
4. Axis
5. The Aftermath
6. Sirens
7. Collision Course
8. Black Hearts
9. City of Fire
10. On Our Own

Added: March 8th 2018
Reviewer: Carl Sederholm
Related Link: Band Website
Hits: 1040
Language: english

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