No Peace (LP, Album). No Peace (CD, Album). Reply Notify me Helpful. so the colored vinyl is none existent? bought a black and a colored copy, got 2 black copies today.
By: Trash Talk (2014, Rock). More albums from Trash Talk: Trash Talk by Trash Talk. Demo 2005 by Trash Talk. SXSW 2011 by Trash Talk. Eyes & Nines by Trash Talk. View all albums . No Peace. By: Trash Talk (2014, Rock).
No Peace is a seemingly traditional hardcore album, but there are a few minor differences. The sounds are heavy as anyone could expect, giving few breaks to a listener from Trash Talk's loud and noisy attack. There are numerous tracks that sound similar to older bands like Death or Suicidal Tendencies. The main differences come in through song length and format. The length of this album is both it's blessing and curse. It feels nice to be hit with 16 tracks that have just enough diversity, however it only has 31 recorded minutes and the majority of the tracks are under three minutes.
Sacramento-via-Los Angeles hardcore punk bruisers Trash Talk are returning with new music in 2014. On May 20, the band will release No Peace, their follow-up to 2012′s 119, via Odd Future Records. The image above - which looks a bit like frontman Lee Spielman taking a dive - is the album’s cover. Take a gander at the tracklist below, as well as a spin of new track Cloudkicker. Trash Talk No Peace: 1 Amnesiatic (prod
Trash Talk is an American hardcore punk band from Sacramento, California, formed in 2005. They have toured all around the world including Japan and Europe, as well as performed in many festivals in support of their releases which helped give the band recognition from publications including Rolling Stone. Formed in 2005, Trash Talk soon released a demo on Sell Our Souls Records, as well as a split with Bay Area band Steel Trap in 2006 for Spiderghost Pressgang.
No Peace’ seems to continue this trend, and while Trash Talk have never been the most original or refreshing band out there, this is about as average as they can get. There’s fifteen tracks on offer here, but there’s less than a handful that stand out. Ironically enough, ‘Amnesiatic’ and ‘Reprieve’, the two tracks produced by The Alchemist, are where the band’s music isn’t the focus and are a definite highlight, with ‘Jigsaw’ and ‘The Hole’ following closely behind. There are decent tracks on the album as mentioned, but decent’ is really the best thing anyone could say about them. No Peace’ lacks the aggression of the 2005 demo, the speed of ‘Walking Disease’, the hooks of ‘Eyes & Nines’, and the tight production of ‘Awake’. No Hope’ feels like an album released for the sake of releasing an album, and nothing more than a safe bet for a band as angry and dangerous as Trash Talk. Written by Jack Boaden.
This album has an average beat per minute of 155 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 98/186 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile No Peace. Album starts at 106BPM, ends at BPM (-106), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Trash Talk.