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Boys Night Out Band

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by CoffeeEyes17, Aug 25, 2017.

  1. CoffeeEyes17

    Reclusive-aggressive Prestigious

    Boys Night Out is an emo/post-hardcore band from Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Mostly known for their darker, gothic blend of emo and hardcore the band also explored other musical territory on their 2007 self titled album and their 2016 EP.

    Listening to Trainwreck right now and I forgot just how fucking GOOD this thing is. I love the concept and I love how clearly inspired they were by stuff like The Cure and other gothic/darker music. 2005 was the year I was all about weird scene concept albums, Armor For Sleeps WTDWYAD, Gatsbys American Dreams Volcano, and Trainwreck were my most listened to by quite a bit. 2005 was a good year.

    anyways heres a place for us to just talk about this band and speculate if we're getting anymore music
     
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  2. The last EP was good comeback music. I really enjoy all of their releases.
     
  3. CoffeeEyes17

    Reclusive-aggressive Prestigious

    oh hey kyle was wondering where u were

    i still havent listened to that EP i dont think
     
  4. ihaveblink

    Regular

    I slept on this band hard and really dig every album.

    2005 also had Vheissu and The Everglow. The year of concept albums indeed.
     
  5. 0rb

    Diagonal

    Trainwreck is one of the best albums ever made.
     
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  6. Larry David

    I'll see you again in 25 years Prestigious

    Came here to say this
     
  7. Elder Lightning

    Dispirited Doomscrolling Supporter

    Because it's a site rule that every thread has to mention the new Brand New record: the beginning of Science Fiction reminded me a lot of the start of Trainwreck. I listened to Trainwreck again last year during the lead up to their EP and it didn’t do much for me, but I think it was just too dark for where my headspace was at the time.