1st Pressing, 440 on metallic grey Comes with printed innersleeve and small poster with art.
First and second pressing of Young Machetes was pressed at Record Pressing. There were 10 test presses made for the first press. On the third pressing, Second Nature Recordings switched pressing plants from Record Pressing to Pirates Press. 5 numbered and embossed test presses were made for that run. Each test press came with 5 color prints, each print featured a member of The Blood Brothers. Matrix, Runout: A side: PIRATES PRESS - SN067 A 110116E1/A. Matrix, Runout: B side: PIRATES PRESS - SN067 B 110116E2/A
The Blood Brothers were an American post-hardcore band from 1997-2007, formed in Eastside Seattle. The quintet has released five albums to date, as well as numerous side projects on behalf of the members. They reunited for a series of shows surrounding and including FYF Fest in 2014.
Young Machetes is the fifth and final studio album by the American post-hardcore band The Blood Brothers, released on October 10, 2006. The album is signed by V2 Records, and was produced by Guy Picciotto & John Goodmanson. Album descriptions on Last.
Young Machetes is half metal band, half high-school musical, with unpredictable transitions, two-minute songs stretched to the limit of composition, and a few pop concessions that pale in comparison to the softer side of Crimes, bones tossed to a mainstream audience by a band that's far too strange to be this famous. But that doesn't mean I want to return to anything on Young Machetes. The heavier quick-change songs push several different buttons at unexpected moments, but the more straightforward songs, the ones that should glue the record together, flounder.
The Blood Brothers sure were a good band, and I can't imagine what the people who have been with them the whole way thought of their break up. Here, on their last album, they don't go out with a whimper. I think they really have found a really good blend of all of what they were doing before. Sure, this doesn't replace all of their albums-there all special in their own ways-but this album really is a great blend of their styles . Young Machetes is their highest scoring album, though I'm not sure you can call it their peek, since many of their albums are fearless, as you need them all! While your at it, give it March On Electric Children a listen to, as it's not as bad as I used to make it out to be. Either way, this is a band that really sounds good to my ears, especially in a genre that can be as annoying and boring as hardcore (probably because they don't color within the lines with any genre, which is a good thing). Check this band out and don't let this band go the way of Nick Drake.
Biography by MacKenzie Wilson. An extreme and challenging post-hardcore group from Seattle that incorporated everything from punk to glam. March on Electric Chil. ee Full Discography.
The Blood Brothers are not most bands. The Seattle five-piece is one of the few recent examples of a band reuniting and not blowing it all. The band had been largely inactive since shortly after the release of their 2006 album, Young Machetes. Then, nearly a decade later, they announced a short run of reunion shows and a couple of festival dates last year. They didn’t push any new material on fans, they didn’t half-ass their performances, they didn’t drag out the promise of a renewed future. In their time, The Blood Brothers took their weirdo, eccentric style of hardcore and miraculously found critical success with it. After two igniter albums on spaz-punk staple 31G Records, they unleashed a blaze onto a major label for the release of 2003’s Burn, Piano Island, Burn. Everything about it literally screamed of cathartic outsider art-the screeching dual vocals of Jordan Blilie and Johnny Whitney, the macabre keyboards, the relentlessly destructive rhythm section. If it had come from any other band from their scene, it’d have been laughed back to the basements. But The Blood Brothers’ laser-tight precision made their organized chaos a hit. These days, Blilie is working on a new record from his project Head Wound City. He had a blast doing the reunion gigs, and for that reason, is content to let the.
|A1||Set Fire To The Face On Fire|
|A2||We Ride Skeletal Lightning|
|B1||You're The Dream Unicorn!|
|B3||Spit Shine Your Black Clouds|
|B4||1, 2, 3, 4 Guitars|
|C1||Lift The Veil, Kiss The Tank|
|C2||Nausea Shreds Yr Head|
|C5||Huge Gold AK-47|
|D1||Street Wars/Exotic Foxholes|
|63881-27338-2||The Blood Brothers||Young Machetes (CD, Album)||V2||63881-27338-2||US||2006|
|SN067||The Blood Brothers||Young Machetes (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Bla)||Second Nature Recordings||SN067||US||2006|
|SN067B||The Blood Brothers||Young Machetes (2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, Lig)||Second Nature Recordings||SN067B||US||2006|
|SN067||The Blood Brothers||Young Machetes (2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, Hal)||Second Nature Recordings||SN067||US||2006|
|87045-2||The Blood Brothers||Young Machetes (CD, Album + CD, Enh + RE)||Epitaph||87045-2||Europe||2009|