ITT: Actually good high school-core
Jonathan Mathis - Angry Kid
Im sorry I just love this album and when its relevant im going to post it bc there are still people on this board who actually think it isnt one of the best albums to come out of 2015 and it makes me genuinely angry.
I'm not memeing. He should've posted the better album
confirmed for not being in high school during Underoath's peak. I'd avoid any kid if they listened to Underoath today if I was in high school too
>high school core
he was posting the good albums that came out when he was in high school. chances are Define didn't come out when he was in high school. weren't they like 2 or 3 years apart?
Im not disagreeing that Define or Lost in the Sound were better albums, but youre missing the point
you dont have to apologize this album gets posted all the time... and don't be angry jonathan doesnt do videos or shit if he deserves his fame it will happen hes got the talent. he only has a couple hundred soundcloud followers like he just started don't be a lil bitch about it
One of my really good friends/bandmate is going to their reunion shows in Chicago this May. I wish I had the money to tag along
This one is mine for sure
/thread as far as i'm concerned
>central florida high school
>black underoath shirt with offset pink logo or norma jean t = always sized youth large
>moving from they're only chasing safety to their older death metal shit
no i don't need that kind of nostalgia right now,
Everything you guys are posting is middle school core.
But Bright Eyes, Modest Mouse, and Elliott Smith is good.
I also think that this is a good radio album. Everything else that they released is fucking gross.
Chiodos are too great
Craig Owens is my spirit animal </3 roooaaarrrrr
Even after gradually becoming the übermegahyperpatrician that I obviously am, this band has stood the test of time. Especially this album.
TTTS is more highschool than AFFOC. It fits the "emo scene" perfectly. I mean, I like it a lot and it's fun as hell but it was the MySpace years and it appealed to a lot of teens
I love The Mindsweep
very good choice i wanted to get this album title tattooed on me when i was 17
these are my choices
This album came out my senior year and was extremely popular among a lot of scene/emo girls, still super great.
My first time going to Warped Tour I saw them play Hey John What's Your Name Again and I lost my shit
What's high school about this Album
AFFOC is their worst album though
TTTS is without a doubt their best
it was pretty decent, either better than or just as good as common dreads but I still don't like how preachy Rou has become
CALLED MY MOM LAST NIGHT
Nope. Didn't like them then and I don't like them now.
Still can get a little nostalgia, though. I took my first gf in high school to one of their shows because she wanted to go and All that Remains was opening (who killed it because Overcome hadn't come out yet)
It really bums me out. Fortunately their reunion concert is just self titled and In Love and Death
Nice! I almost got to see them and Chevelle in Upstate NY this past June, but the promoter flaked out two days before.
Manchester Orchestra basically sums up high school for me. I've seen them 3 times and still love their music. They put on the hardest hitting rock show I have been to.
Forgettable besides "Reinventing Your Exit" because I get nostalgia-bumps for FlatOut 2
Grower. Probably shouldn't have tried to listen to this when I was 9.
Theatrical, charismatic and fun, as all emo-pop should be. No complaints.
I graduated in 2008 and all the Underoath christian metalcore kids still live in my small hometown and either knocked up their freshmen girlfriends or still creep on high school chicks
last I heard, anyway
Much better than their first album.
Their last album, and imo their bestc.. oso many albums give me nastolgia in this thread because I was born in 1990.
CAN HEAR YOU HEART BEAT ERASING, CAN YOU TASTE THE FEAR IN HER SWEAT, YOU'VE DONE THIS WRONG IT'S TOO FAR GONE THESE SHEETS TELL OF REGRET