History Music / Chiodos

7th Apr '15 11:21:09 AM Lucas_North
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The Chiodos released their third album, ''Illuminnaudio'' in 2010, with Brandon Bolmer replacing Owens as singer. This album further developed their classical-influenced sound and instrumentation, with some ProgressiveRock elements in them. Owens returned as lead singer in 2012 and in 2014, the Chiodos released their fourth album, ''Devil''. ''Devil'' stripped back the baroque arrangements, creating a grittier, punk vibe while still containing the Chiodos' signature complexity.


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The Chiodos released their third album, ''Illuminnaudio'' in 2010, with Brandon Bolmer replacing Owens as singer. This album further developed their classical-influenced sound and instrumentation, with some ProgressiveRock elements in them.them.

Owens returned as lead singer in 2012 and in 2014, the Chiodos released their fourth album, ''Devil''. ''Devil'' stripped back the baroque arrangements, creating a grittier, punk vibe while still containing the Chiodos' signature complexity.

7th Apr '15 11:20:34 AM Lucas_North
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Chiodos is an Music/{{Emo}} and PostHardcore band, known mostly for their energetic live shows, frequent use of time shifts, complex song structures, piano interludes, references to WilliamShakespeare and Craig Owen's powerful and emotive voice that's comfortable with both {{metal scream}}s and musical theatre-esque high notes. A Chiodos song usually features an extensive use of piano along with thrash metal-influenced riffs, quick tempo shifts, and literate lyrics.

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Chiodos is an Music/{{Emo}} and PostHardcore band, known mostly for their energetic live shows, frequent use of time shifts, complex song structures, piano interludes, references to WilliamShakespeare and Craig Owen's powerful and emotive voice that's comfortable with both {{metal scream}}s and musical theatre-esque high notes. A Chiodos song usually features an extensive use of piano along with thrash metal-influenced riffs, quick tempo shifts, and literate lyrics.




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The Chiodos released their third album, ''Illuminnaudio'' in 2010, with Brandon Bolmer replacing Owens as singer. This album further developed their classical-influenced sound and instrumentation, with some ProgressiveRock elements in them. Owens returned as lead singer in 2012 and in 2014, the Chiodos released their fourth album, ''Devil''. ''Devil'' stripped back the baroque arrangements, creating a grittier, punk vibe while still containing the Chiodos' signature complexity.

30th Mar '15 2:18:01 PM Lucas_North
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Chiodos is an Music/{{Emo}} and PostHardcore band, known mostly for their energetic live shows, frequent use of time shifts, complex song structures, piano interludes, references to the plays of WilliamShakespeare and Craig Owen's powerful and emotive voice that's comfortable with both {{metal scream}}s and musical theatre-esque high notes. A Chiodos song usually features an extensive use of piano along with thrash metal-influenced riffs, quick tempo shifts, and literate lyrics.

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Chiodos is an Music/{{Emo}} and PostHardcore band, known mostly for their energetic live shows, frequent use of time shifts, complex song structures, piano interludes, references to the plays of WilliamShakespeare and Craig Owen's powerful and emotive voice that's comfortable with both {{metal scream}}s and musical theatre-esque high notes. A Chiodos song usually features an extensive use of piano along with thrash metal-influenced riffs, quick tempo shifts, and literate lyrics.
30th Mar '15 2:17:04 PM Lucas_North
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Chiodos is an Music/{{Emo}} and PostHardcore band, known mostly for their energetic live shows, frequent use of time shifts and complex song structures, piano interludes, and Craig Owen's powerful and emotive voice that's comfortable with both {{metal scream}}s and musical theatre-esque high notes. A Chiodos song usually features an extensive use of piano along with thrash metal-influenced riffs, quick tempo shifts, and literate lyrics.

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Chiodos is an Music/{{Emo}} and PostHardcore band, known mostly for their energetic live shows, frequent use of time shifts and shifts, complex song structures, piano interludes, references to the plays of WilliamShakespeare and Craig Owen's powerful and emotive voice that's comfortable with both {{metal scream}}s and musical theatre-esque high notes. A Chiodos song usually features an extensive use of piano along with thrash metal-influenced riffs, quick tempo shifts, and literate lyrics.
27th Sep '14 9:05:10 AM WaterBlap
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They released their debut, ''All's Well That Ends Well'', in 2005. It caused a huge stir in the post-hardcore community for its ambitious sound and aesthetic as well as for Craig Owen's intense vocals which sounded closer to Broadway than to post-hardcore.

They followed this with ''Bone Palace Ballet'' which increased their ambition by featuring classical arrangements influenced by Fiona Apple, cabaret songs, better integrated use of piano, and even straight up metalcore.


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They released their debut, debut album, ''All's Well That Ends Well'', in 2005. It caused a huge stir in the post-hardcore community for its ambitious sound and its aesthetic as well as for Craig Owen's intense vocals vocals, which sounded closer to Broadway than to post-hardcore.

They followed this with ''Bone Palace Ballet'' Ballet'', which increased their ambition by featuring classical arrangements influenced by Fiona Apple, cabaret songs, better integrated use of piano, and even straight up metalcore.

7th Sep '14 11:53:02 AM doubleyouteeeff
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Chiodos is an Music/{{Emo}} and {{post-hardcore}} band, known mostly for there energetic live shows, frequent use of time shifts and complex song structures, piano interludes, and Craig Owen's powerful and emotive voice; that's comfortable with both {{metal scream}}'s and musical theatre esque high notes. A Chiodos song usually features an extensive use of piano along with thrash metal influenced riffs, quick tempo shifts, and literate lyrics.

They released there debut All's well that ends well in 2005. it caused a huge stir in the post-hardcore community for it's ambitious sound and aesthetic as well as for Craig Owens intense vocals which sounded closer to broadway than to post hardcore.

They followed this with Bone Palace Ballet which increased there ambition by featuring classical arrangements influenced by Fiona Apple, cabaret songs, better integrated use of piano, and even straight up metalcore


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Chiodos is an Music/{{Emo}} and {{post-hardcore}} PostHardcore band, known mostly for there their energetic live shows, frequent use of time shifts and complex song structures, piano interludes, and Craig Owen's powerful and emotive voice; voice that's comfortable with both {{metal scream}}'s scream}}s and musical theatre esque theatre-esque high notes. A Chiodos song usually features an extensive use of piano along with thrash metal influenced metal-influenced riffs, quick tempo shifts, and literate lyrics.

They released there debut All's well that ends well their debut, ''All's Well That Ends Well'', in 2005. it It caused a huge stir in the post-hardcore community for it's its ambitious sound and aesthetic as well as for Craig Owens Owen's intense vocals which sounded closer to broadway Broadway than to post hardcore.

post-hardcore.

They followed this with Bone ''Bone Palace Ballet Ballet'' which increased there their ambition by featuring classical arrangements influenced by Fiona Apple, cabaret songs, better integrated use of piano, and even straight up metalcore

metalcore.




* AuthorAppeal: Shakespear quotes and lush classical instrumentation
* {{Bishonen}}: Craig in spades
* CarefulWithThatAxe: Craig is pretty good at luring you in with a poppy melody that results in a scream out of nowhere
* EarWorm "THIS IS PROBOBLY THE BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEST"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
* MindScrew: Try and figure out what the music video for "Baby you wouldn't last a minute on the creek" is about, JUST TRY!!!!!!!!
* OutOfGenreExperience: Bone Palace Ballet features a couple, with "intensity in ten cities" being a sweet piano ballad and The Undertakers thirst for revenge is unquenchable" being a switch to pure metalcore.
* ShoutOut: numerous ones in there song titles, and many to a number of Shakespear plays and sonnets in their song lyrics.
* TakeThat: " I didn't say i was powerful, I said i was a wizard" is a big one against their hipster mentality fans who claim they sold out ever since they got big. The band points out that the problem isn't with the music but with the fact that they're not obscure anymore, which is all these fans cared about

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* AuthorAppeal: Shakespear Creator/WilliamShakespeare quotes and lush classical instrumentation
instrumentation.
* {{Bishonen}}: Craig in spades
spades.
* CarefulWithThatAxe: Craig is pretty good at luring you in with a poppy melody that results in a scream out of nowhere
* EarWorm "THIS IS PROBOBLY THE BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEST"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
nowhere.
* MindScrew: Try and figure out what the music video for "Baby you wouldn't last a minute on the creek" is about, JUST TRY!!!!!!!!
just ''try''.
* OutOfGenreExperience: Bone ''Bone Palace Ballet Ballet'' features a couple, with "intensity "Intensity in ten cities" Ten Cities" being a sweet piano ballad and The Undertakers thirst "The Undertaker's Thirst for revenge is unquenchable" Revenge Is Unquenchable" being a switch to pure metalcore.
* ShoutOut: numerous Numerous ones in there their song titles, and many to a number of Shakespear Shakespeare plays and sonnets in their song lyrics.
* TakeThat: " "I Didn't Say I didn't say i was powerful, Was Powerful, I said i was Said I Was a wizard" Wizard" is a big one against their hipster mentality hipster-mentality fans who claim they sold out ever since they got big. The band points out that the problem isn't with the music but with the fact that they're not obscure anymore, which is all these fans cared aboutabout.
11th Aug '13 9:07:10 AM musicrap
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* TakeThat: " I didn't say i was powerful, I said i was a wizard" is a big one against their hipster mentality fans who claim they sold out ever since they got big. The band points out that the problem isn't with the music but with the fact that they're not obscure anymore, which is all these bands cared about

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* TakeThat: " I didn't say i was powerful, I said i was a wizard" is a big one against their hipster mentality fans who claim they sold out ever since they got big. The band points out that the problem isn't with the music but with the fact that they're not obscure anymore, which is all these bands fans cared about
4th Aug '13 1:22:01 AM SeptimusHeap
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Chiodos is an Music/{{Emo}} and {{post-hardcore}} band, known mostly for there energetic live shows, frequent use of time shifts and complex song structures, piano interludes, and Craig Owen's powerful and emotive voice; that's comfortable with both {{metal scream}}'s and musical theatre esque high notes. A Chiodos song usually features an extensive use of piano along with thrash metal influenced riffs, quick tempo shifts, and literate lyrics.

They released there debut All's well that ends well in 2005. it caused a huge stir in the post-hardcore community for it's ambitious sound and aesthetic as well as for Craig Owens intense vocals which sounded closer to broadway than to post hardcore.

They followed this with Bone Palace Ballet which increased there ambition by featuring classical arrangements influenced by Fiona Apple, cabaret songs, better integrated use of piano, and even straight up metalcore


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* AuthorAppeal: Shakespear quotes and lush classical instrumentation
* {{Bishonen}}: Craig in spades
* CarefulWithThatAxe: Craig is pretty good at luring you in with a poppy melody that results in a scream out of nowhere
* EarWorm "THIS IS PROBOBLY THE BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEST"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
* MindScrew: Try and figure out what the music video for "Baby you wouldn't last a minute on the creek" is about, JUST TRY!!!!!!!!
* OutOfGenreExperience: Bone Palace Ballet features a couple, with "intensity in ten cities" being a sweet piano ballad and The Undertakers thirst for revenge is unquenchable" being a switch to pure metalcore.
* ShoutOut: numerous ones in there song titles, and many to a number of Shakespear plays and sonnets in their song lyrics.
* TakeThat: " I didn't say i was powerful, I said i was a wizard" is a big one against their hipster mentality fans who claim they sold out ever since they got big. The band points out that the problem isn't with the music but with the fact that they're not obscure anymore, which is all these bands cared about
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