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Straight Line Stitch

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Never See The Day
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Promise Me
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Taste Of Ashes
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Eucharist
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Black Veil
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Adult Cinema
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What You Do To Me
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Seneca Tragedy
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World Made Flesh
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Yesterday's Gone
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 38:42

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I have been a huge fan of sls of 3 yrs....I love Lexies vocailizations.....The Guys are just as awsome on stage as in person.....Much love to SLS-Trista

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Although Knoxville’s Straight Line Stitch could trace their origins back through various configurations to about 1999, it’s easy to tell why the group thinks of itself as having been formed in a real sense when Alexis Brown arrived as lead singer. On When Skies Wash Ashore, the band’s national debut, inaugurating the Raging Nation Records imprint through KOCH, Brown makes an immediate impression by alternating two voices, a “normal,” if impassioned, singing voice and the kind of ungodly howl typical of heavy metal groups. She isn’t the only heavy metal vocalist to veer back and forth between screaming and singing, of course, but, in part because she’s a woman in a genre dominated by men and in part because of the distinctiveness of her singing voice, the dichotomy is particularly striking. It’s like an aural version of Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde, as if the vocalist is switching back and forth schizophrenically and uncontrollably from human to monster. The band’s instrumentalists — guitarists Seth Thacker and Pat Pattison, bassist Jason White, and drummer Patrick Haynes — support that vocal battle royal with music that similarly alternates between pummeling metal and melodic hard rock. But it’s Brown who really catches the ear. And on the concluding track, “Yesterday’s Gone,” which she sings accompanied only by an acoustic guitar, she demonstrates that she can still get her feelings across in a quieter context. – William Ruhlmann

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