The members of Denver based Grace Gale decided it was time to try something new. As a band, they have charted a course and set sail with one singular destination: a hardcore band with the partying sense of Motley Crue, and the wholesome likability of Ranger Rick.
Whether it's doing lines of coffee in its powder form off blonde bombshells (or soccer moms depending on what time of day it is) or explaining the life cycle of the Northern Icelandic Tree Owls to 4th graders, Grace Gale will continue to rock until one of them is dumb enough to fall in love. But let's all hope they're too smart for that.
Grace Gale Fan1: This is about having sex with a girl.
Grace Gale Fan2: Not NOT getting laid.
(Listen to the song Tijuana vs. Albuquerque. You'll get it.)
In what is becoming a monotonous scene of breakdown anthems, AWTT bring their hearts to the table over and over again. Every-time blowing minds more than the time before. AWTT’s love and appreciation for metal is reflected in their killer riffs and melodic choruses. After that complete brutality takes over. Having been compared to bands such Dead to Fall, As I Lay Dying, I Killed The Prom Queen, and other uprising bands in the metal-core scene, A Well Thought Tragedy is guaranteed to reel you in like a blood thirsty barracuda. Unlike a lot of metal-core bands out today, these fellers break the mold introducing head bopping riffs that even the inexperienced of this style can appreciate. AWTT brings elements of every style from old/new school hardcore, big hair/groove metal, to just plain out brutal...with a hint of punk rock here and there. Be prepared for a new sound in this "every band sounds the same" era. Seriously, you won't be disappointed.
2.Failure Was Designed To Destroy
3.Further Down The Spiral We Come Crashing
4.Murder with Your Eyes
5.A Quiet Separation
"Scene" kid poser: OMGZ I just thought of a band name.
"Scene" kid poser: A Well Thought Tragedy.
Me: Why don't you go lie down in the middle of a well thought intersection.