Crime In Stereo Set New Release
"This is by far our biggest accomplishment as a band," says Alex Dunne, the band's guitarist. "It's not just our best record; it's leaps and bounds beyond everything we've done previously. We've never been this excited to release a record and can't wait for you to hear it."
"I Was Trying To Describe You To Someone" was recorded this summer and fall with producer extraordinaire Mike Sapone (Brand New, Crime In Stereo's "Is Dead").
Hailed by fans as well as critics, "Is Dead" was called "The Shape of Hardcore to Come... some of the most ambitious, stunning songwriting melodic hardcore has witnessed in years" by Alternative Press, and was lauded by Big Cheese (UK) as "A great hardcore album? No, a great album, full stop."
Writing and recording "I Was Trying To Describe You To Someone" was a grueling effort that spanned several months this summer and fall but the band's hard work alongside Sapone clearly has paid off: the resulting album clearly transcends anything Crime In Stereo has released to date and is sure to be one of the most anticipated releases of 2010.
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