Almanac Man (For Your Cause)
Crank this to 10.3 of 11 - Editors' Pick
Genre: Math rock, Post-hardcore
Sounds Like: Dining With Dogs, At The Drive In, Godzillionaire
Homeland: Denver, Colorado
The trio deliver brilliantly layered math rock that will further unfold into clarity with each listen
Innovative angled rhythms richly driven melodies
Dooley and Picco battling vocals are entrancing and absolutely infectious
Holtz’s bass-work underpinning seems Jesus Lizard-like worthy. Pure talent
Almanac Man is as tight and cohesive as can be. Exceptional vision and chemistry for a debut album
1. godriff (4:28)
Anthemic wild mood swings and change-ups make for a captivating piece.
2. King and Queens (4:47)
Unconventional build-up and off-kilter way to drive a heartfelt melody through.
3. see through twilight (4:43)
Love the care free vocal harkening. Reminds us of the amazing Bo Bud Greene….hardcore geniuses from the 90s.
4. inco-habitant (2:30)
Contains the heaviest guitar riffs….staightatcha!
5. Small faith (4:52) Standout Track
Doom-infused brilliance. Absolutely love the despair in the vocals. Amazing build-up.
6. Gloomed Moon(5:22)
Totally divergent vocal style that again will grow with you over time. Mono-tone build-up. Impactful and unique.
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Almanac Man are:
Brian Dooley - Guitar, Vocals
Scott Picco - Drums, Vocals
Nick Holtz - Bass