It's Casual The New Los Angeles 2007 Flac

Size 162.338 MB   0 seeders     Added 2013-01-09 19:52:03

Stream torrent
Starting‚Ä• You need BitLord! Get it from 1BitLord.com
To download or stream you need BitLord. Visit them at BitLord.com
It's Casual is a two-piece Los Angeles hardcore punk band formed in 2001. Founded and fronted by Eddie Solis, the band has released the three studio albums Buicregl (2002), Stop Listening to Bad Music (2004), and The New Los Angeles (2007) all on CD and LP. It's Casual has performed with groups such as Story of the Year, Fu Manchu, Mastodon, High on Fire, and Zeke.[1]

History
Early years

It's Casual was formed in 2001 in Los Angeles, starting with Eddie Solis on guitar, a bassist, drums, and a second guitar player.[1] The name was inspired by a line in The Wild Life, Cameron Crowe's follow up to Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Solis soon met W.C.E., the drummer for Co-Ed and realized they had similar interests, such as Black Flag, The Melvins, and arena rock like Kiss and AC/DC. W.C.E. pitched the idea of a two piece band and It's Casual reformed with W.C.E on drums.[1] The band has a hardcore punk and doom metal sound,[1] with Solis on vocals and guitar[2] and W.C.E. on drums.[3]
The New Los Angeles

After returning from a summer tour in 2006 the band began working with producer Sergio J. Chavez (Motorhead/Helmet) for a third album, The New Los Angeles.[3] In January 2008[4] the band had supporting slots for Fu Manchu on their North American tour.[5] The New Los Angeles LP was released in Fall of 2008.[5]

Mastodon handpicked It's Casual to open for them in Athens, Georgia in October 2008, and the band played in-store at Criminal Records the day before in Atlanta, Georgia.[1][6]

During this time Solis casually befriended the Los Angeles music video director Robert Schober, also known as Roboshobo.[7] Schober has previously directed videos for Mastodon, Metallica, and The B-52s.[8] He began listening to The New Los Angeles. Four months later he offered to film a music video for the album's title track.[7] The video was released in June 2009,[9] and first premiered at The Viper Room Lounge.[8]

The band has released a split 7" from Basement Records with the hardcore band Bullet Treatment,[10] and has also announced production on a new album[6] titled The New Los Angeles II: Less Violence More Violins, which is purportedly inspired by the California education budget deficit.[5]
Shows

The band has performed with bands such as Story of the Year, Mastodon, High on Fire, Fireball Ministry, Zeke, 16, Visual Discrimination, and Mondo Generator.[2][9] They regularly play at venues such as The Viper Room and The Relax Bar, which is booked and managed by Solis as a metal venue in Hollywood.[11]
Style

The band has drawn favorable comparisons to Black Flag,[12] Motorhead, and Discharge,[9] and Solis has described the sound as "L.A. hardcore" and "L.A. skate rock."[5] Themes include "municipal outrage" at freeways in Los Angeles and daily incidents and observations from living in the city.[5] Solis has also cited Kiss as one of the band's onstage influences, quoting "For me, Kiss plays very loud and they engage with the audience," and similar to Kiss, they have a wall of amps behind them on stage as both a practical and visual part of the show




Artist: It's Casual United States

Title: The New Los Angeles

Label: Friendly Hills Records Company United States
Genre:  Hardcore Punk Rock

01 The New Los Angeles
02 L.A.P.D.
03 Skate or Die
04 Too Many Kids
05 Impound
06 We Accept E.B.T.
07 Navigator
08 The Pantry
09 The Red Line
10 EZ Pass		
01 The New Los Angeles.flac 17.875 MB
02 L.A.P.D..flac 14.651 MB
03 Skate Or Die.flac 16.463 MB
Gathering some info...

Register and log in Isohunt and see no captcha anymore!

4000 symbols left
Hash E004BC76DC4AE6F35B76CAE1942120EF3FB74B7E