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2021 release. Everything Was Sound, the sophomore release on Solid State Records, is unrelenting in it's endeavor to marry it's sophisticated metalcore sound with the quiet voice of the alienated. The band's vocalist, Garret Russell, walks us out of their first album's story and straight into this one: a metaphorical prison housing society's misunderstood. The panopticon (both a psychological concept and a physical space) is a many roomed, doorless prison equipped with one, concealed guard. Without the ability to see where the guard is looking, the construct effectively controls each inmates behavior. Russell uses this theory (designed by philosopher and social theorist Jeremy Bentham) to represent the societal imprisonment culture places on the mentally wounded. He walks us through nine rooms, with nine varying prisoners, and tells their stories.
2021 release. Everything Was Sound, the sophomore release on Solid State Records, is unrelenting in it's endeavor to marry it's sophisticated metalcore sound with the quiet voice of the alienated. The band's vocalist, Garret Russell, walks us out of their first album's story and straight into this one: a metaphorical prison housing society's misunderstood. The panopticon (both a psychological concept and a physical space) is a many roomed, doorless prison equipped with one, concealed guard. Without the ability to see where the guard is looking, the construct effectively controls each inmates behavior. Russell uses this theory (designed by philosopher and social theorist Jeremy Bentham) to represent the societal imprisonment culture places on the mentally wounded. He walks us through nine rooms, with nine varying prisoners, and tells their stories.
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2021 release. Everything Was Sound, the sophomore release on Solid State Records, is unrelenting in it's endeavor to marry it's sophisticated metalcore sound with the quiet voice of the alienated. The band's vocalist, Garret Russell, walks us out of their first album's story and straight into this one: a metaphorical prison housing society's misunderstood. The panopticon (both a psychological concept and a physical space) is a many roomed, doorless prison equipped with one, concealed guard. Without the ability to see where the guard is looking, the construct effectively controls each inmates behavior. Russell uses this theory (designed by philosopher and social theorist Jeremy Bentham) to represent the societal imprisonment culture places on the mentally wounded. He walks us through nine rooms, with nine varying prisoners, and tells their stories.

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