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      The Birthday Massacre

      Label: Repo Records (2004)
      Their second release 'Violet' continues where 'Nothing & Nowhere' left off, however, leaves no disagreement over the fact that this is a record by a band that have vastly matured and evolved over the past two years.
      The songs are relatively simple in melody and structure, yet extremely dense and overwhelming. The score to every childhood dream seen on silver screen and now playing from the stereos of the disaffected youth who never lost that conscious vision of the key to an escape. The romantic fabrications have now taken a slightly darker and edgy the fiction and non-fiction have now leant more towards the indefinable as this world of TBM has become ever more increasingly believable.

    dkk 120/eur 16