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The stunning 1997 debut full length A Most Bitter Season from Philadelphia's legendary metallic hardcore hybrid All Else Failed, available on vinyl for the first time! Remastered for vinyl by Brad Boatright / Audiosiege. "A Most Bitter Season takes us even further back in time than our previous reissue, This Never Happened," shares guitarist Patrick Shannon. "By This Never Happened, we had definitely solidified what we were looking to do as a band; on A Most Bitter Season, not so much. That being said, there was an excitement surrounding A Most Bitter Season that I'm not sure we ever had before or since. It was the Wild West in some ways: anything went, no idea was a bad idea, and the notion of "too many cooks in the kitchen" was the furthest thing from our minds.
The stunning 1997 debut full length A Most Bitter Season from Philadelphia's legendary metallic hardcore hybrid All Else Failed, available on vinyl for the first time! Remastered for vinyl by Brad Boatright / Audiosiege. "A Most Bitter Season takes us even further back in time than our previous reissue, This Never Happened," shares guitarist Patrick Shannon. "By This Never Happened, we had definitely solidified what we were looking to do as a band; on A Most Bitter Season, not so much. That being said, there was an excitement surrounding A Most Bitter Season that I'm not sure we ever had before or since. It was the Wild West in some ways: anything went, no idea was a bad idea, and the notion of "too many cooks in the kitchen" was the furthest thing from our minds.
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The stunning 1997 debut full length A Most Bitter Season from Philadelphia's legendary metallic hardcore hybrid All Else Failed, available on vinyl for the first time! Remastered for vinyl by Brad Boatright / Audiosiege. "A Most Bitter Season takes us even further back in time than our previous reissue, This Never Happened," shares guitarist Patrick Shannon. "By This Never Happened, we had definitely solidified what we were looking to do as a band; on A Most Bitter Season, not so much. That being said, there was an excitement surrounding A Most Bitter Season that I'm not sure we ever had before or since. It was the Wild West in some ways: anything went, no idea was a bad idea, and the notion of "too many cooks in the kitchen" was the furthest thing from our minds.
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