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EP: MINE – Disappear

September 6th, 2013

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MINE
Disappear
Holy Roar / Cult Culture
30 September 2013

by Ollie Connors

Back in 2004, Saosin were on the brink of emergence into the big leagues, until vocalist Anthony Green upped sticks in the middle of the Warped Tour. He went on to form Circa Survive, who are still going strong four albums down the line whilst Saosin…flounder. MINE don’t sound even a little like Saosin or Circa Survive, but there is a certain parallel to be drawn.

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Future Hits 127: MINE

November 7th, 2012

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MINE
From: London, UK.
Lazy equation: (We Came Out Like Tigers + a solid dollop of musical restlessness) x My Bloody Valentine.
URL: Facebook / Bandcamp

Thrash Hits verdict: Being long-time fans of Hang The Bastard  (we’ve still got a serious soft spot for their Raw Sorcery EP – yeah, we’re those pricks who say “we prefer the earlier stuff”), when we got an email from their former frontman, Chris Barling, about the new band he’s formed with various ex- and current members of Centurions Ghost and A Long Time Dead, yeah, our interest was piqued. It was doubly-piqued when we gave the band’s debut release – a self-titled EP – a spin. Cue us bundling up some Future Hits questions and firing them over to Chris to get the lowdown on MINE.

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