Back to Oblivion is the third and final studio album by American post-hardcore band Finch, released on September 30, 2014. It is the band's first full-length effort since Say Hello to Sunshine in 2005. After breaking up in 2006, reuniting in 2008, and breaking up again in 2010, Finch regrouped in 2012 and signed with Razor & Tie in 2014. Two Guns to the Temple" was the first song released for the album on August 11, 2014
Band Name Finch (USA). Album Name Back to Oblivion. Дата релиза 30 Сентябрь 2014. 2. Anywhere but Here.
Album · 2014 · 12 Songs. 12 Songs, 46 Minutes. Released: 1 Jan 2014. 2014 Razor & Tie Recordings, LLC. under exclusive licence to Spinefarm Records.
Back To Oblivion - Acoustic (Bonus Track For Japan). 15. Picasso Trigger - Acoustic (Bonus Track For Japan). Finch (2). Back To Oblivion (CD, Album).
Watch the video for Back to Oblivion from Finch's Back to Oblivion for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Finch reformed in 2007, playing a reunion show on November 23 at the Glasshouse in Pomona, California. Temecula, California, (1999–2006, 2007–2010, 2012–present) There are at least three artists with this name; a seventies Australian rock band, a post-hardcore band and a Dutch progressive rock band.
When compared to Finch's former material, the 12-track album seems to be a healthy mix of 'What It Is to Burn' and 'Say Hello to Sunshine' - with the intro and title track, 'Back to Oblivion,' really exploring their roots; it's a catchy, rocking declaration of their return. And a strong one at that - one that was much needed after a failed attempt at an album in 2008, prior to their breakup. The second track and their lead single, 'Anywhere But Here,' was one of the first tunes fans heard before the album's release
Album Name Back to Oblivion. Released date 30 September 2014. Labels Razor And Tie. Music StyleAlternativ Rock. Members owning this album1. 3. Further from the Few.
The criticisms that I have for this album are few, but I feel that they hinder it a lot more than they should. First, the drumming is simple and bland. Maybe I focus on more of this as a drummer, but drummer Alex Pappas seems far too complacant in letting the rest of the band take the lead of the songs. One has to wonder how much more dynamic "The Great Divide" could be if Pappas had taken a more active role. The other criticism I have is the fact that too often, Back to Oblivion feels like more time was spent post-production than in songwriting