Friday, October 15, 2010

Tomorrows Gone 7"

Tomorrows Gone was a melodic hardcore band from Las Vegas, NV with a slight raw emotional edge. I normally am not really into this style, but this band does it right. Pretty good stuff. Even though they were around for 4 years they went slightly under the radar and didn't do a lot of records. Apart from a couple of demo's and several contributions to compilations, they did only one release of their own, this self-titled 7", which was released on Element Records in 1997. It includes a Dag Nasty cover, 'One To Two', which doesn't sound out of place here, so that should give you an idea of this bands' general sound. Empathy comes to mind as well, also cuz of the vocals. The band would break up in 1997 after which some members started a new band called Faded Grey and do several releases under that name, including a 7" on Element Records in 1999.

I ripped the 7", even though I also have their discography CD, 'No Way to Make Time Stand Still 1993-1997', which was released on World On Fire Records in 2001. This discography CD is also out-of-print as far as I know but can still be bought from Faded Grey and CD Baby, so get it if you enjoy this 7", it's well worth it. Oh, and on both the 7" and the CD the band name is consistently spelled without an apostrophe, so I went along with it.
This song I sing is not for sale. These words I scream to you are real. No one can ever buy our lives. This music will survive.


Tomorrows Gone 7"

3 comments:

thuglifebaldwin said...

you should post the discog cause its out of stock at cd baby and everywhere else i look and some douche is selling copies for over 120 bucks on ebay! what a fucking joke!

XemonerdX said...

As you wish, sir! I posted the discography CD here: http://onexpath.blogspot.com/2010/11/tomorrows-gone-no-way-to-make-time.html

amantr said...

great