From Here On- Hope For A Bleeding Sky
From Here On is a Metalcore, Hardcore band from North Carolina. This album was released by Tribunal Records in 2005. Hope For A Bleeding Sky was recorded in one day but has been reissued and remastered. This album was originally going to be released by Endless Fight Records. One song "Shard Of Glass" was released on a Redstar Records compilation CD. In the end it was an honor for Tribunal Records to put out such an influential piece of music. These guys are very influenced by death metal and some parts that I would call technical death metal. The music seems very complex and they're really amazing musicians. The band has a good energy and is unmatched in the level of brutality they can dish out. From Here On has a very unique guitar sound and a maniacal vocal style. The style of Metalcore played on Hope For A Bleeding Sky is just as good as the classics of the genre. The melodic parts don't come very often but are more than welcome when they sound this brilliant. These songs sound made for the dance floor with hardcore kids doing their best Mortal Kombat inspired moves. The guitars feel like they're expressing a feeling of longing and desire. I feel like this could mean that the band is missing their home state of North Carolina. The band has some fast parts showing us that they still come from the Hardcore scene. The use of barking vocals comes at you like a semi truck. From Here On vocalist Tommy Rogers now fronts Between The Buried And Me. Members of From Here On are now in North Carolina bands Prayer For Cleansing and Azazel. This band is just exciting to listen to because you never know what they're going to do next with their music. This is a classic Metalcore album. This is also a classic North Carolina Hardcore album. An inspired release for sure.
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