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Just Surrender Announce Reunion Show

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Jul 10, 2017.

  1. Melody Bot

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  2. CyberInferno

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    I'd like to see them live again, but I'm not going to New York for it. Hopefully more reunion shows are on the way.
     
  3. Throwback!

    I think I caught this band live once.
     
  4. Jared Luttrell

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  5. SEANoftheDEAD

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    I remember hanging with these dudes after a show about 10 years ago, drinking beers and playing guitar hero. Cool dudes.

    Mean while, dudes from My American Heart were doing coke in their van.
     
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  6. cricketandclover

    Things have changed.

    This band was consistently terrible live. The one vocalist (the one who played guitar) was always trashed out of his mind when I saw them and could barely sing.
     
  7. zachmacD

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    The first time I saw them was back in 2006 with Boys night out and they weren't very good. But I saw them 3 times in 2008(bamboozle, warped tour, and headlining) and they were a lot better then.
     
  8. zachmacD

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    I'm not sure how far you are from Ny but I traveled to NYC to see Armor for sleep play their reunion show in 2012 and it was definitely worth it. I'm thinking of doing the same for this
     
  9. Behind the Barricade

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    I was also at that BNO tour and Just Surrender was awesome at the NJ date. Sucks to hear they were inconsistent.
     
  10. zachmacD

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    It was just like the other guy said. The guitarist with the deeper voice sounded like he was tone deaf. They used to also do that weird thing where the two guitarist would switch sides throughout their set. Idk what that was all about but when I saw them and the other singer just sang and no longer played bass, it was awesome. Anyway, I'd love to see these guys again. Their debut record is probably my favorite pop-punk records of all time.
     
  11. kelseyleigh

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    I feel like they were a band that always seemed to be support on tours I went to at that time. I'd be interested in seeing them again if they expanded this.
     
  12. devenstonow

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    if these streets could talk is my fucking jam
     
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  13. Behind the Barricade

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    They were just like A Loss for Words. Had an ok fanbase, main support/opened numerous tours but didn't take off for whatever reason.
     
  14. Jared Luttrell

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    Maybe an off night? I saw them at Warped Tour and they sounded great.
     
  15. cricketandclover Jul 11, 2017
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    Things have changed.

    I saw them about five times over the course of a year and they were awful every time. They might have gotten better, but they were never good when I saw them.