Poison the Well is an American metalcore band from Miami, Florida who were last signed to Ferret Music. In 2010, they announced a hiatus to explore other interests. Guitarist Ryan Primack and drummer Chris Hornbrook were the only remaining founding members, although vocalist Jeffrey Moreira featured on all five of their full-length albums. The band were originally named "An Acre Lost" and was started by singer Aryeh Lehrer and guitarist Ryan Primack
The Tropic Rot Tracklist. 1. Exist Underground Lyrics. 2. Sparks It Will Rain Lyrics. Producers Steve Evetts. Writers Poison the Well. Bass Guitar Bradley Grace. Drums Christopher Hornbrook. Engineer Steve Evetts. More Poison the Well albums. Show all albums by Poison the Well.
Album · 2009 · 11 Songs. More By Poison the Well. See All. You Come Before You. 2003. Opposite of December. Tear From the Red. 2002.
Band Name Poison The Well. Album Name The Tropic Rot. Type Album. Released date 07 July 2009. 7. When You Lose I Lose as Well. 8. Celebrate the Pyre. 9. Are You Anywhere ? 10. Makeshift Clay You. 11. Without You and One Other I Am Nothing.
For Poison the well, a band who continually push their own boundaries and produce perhaps what is the least expected of them time after time, The Tropic rot comes to me as a bit of a surprise. In their own words, PTW said this of their new album: "It doesn't sound like any other Poison the Well record, but combines some of our favourite elements from the bands history, as far as energy and artistic vision and exploration go, but definitely takes things in a new direction for us, as always. Every album released prior to this seemed to reinvent the wheel in some way. That is not the case here, The tropic rot is instead reminiscent of everything that came before. What we see is the musical experimentation found in Versions combined with the sheer quality and tightness of YCBY, with perhaps some of the aggresiveness of earlier releases. Revolutionary" Not really. But then it doesnt really need to be.
BPM Profile The Tropic Rot. Album starts at 150BPM, ends at 133BPM (-17), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Poison the Well. A Season of Separation.
A moment like this finds Poison the Well successfully reaching ever-so-slightly out of the album's general spectrum. The bass-heavy tap in the slower, six-minute "Pamplemousse" and lumbering, Pelican-ish riffs make it an interesting endeavor, but still not as compelling as Versions' wilder moments. Compared to other melody-tinged hardcore/metal records of the pessimistic persuasion, The Tropic Rot hardly plays it safe. But compared to what Poison the Well has ultimately proven to be capable of, it could be better.
Comes in a standard jewel case with clear tray and 16-page lyrics booklet.