The other day we were presented with Catalog Debris, an album released by Indianapolis-based band, Seven Degrees From Center. Halfway through the first track, "Looking for an Exit", we found ourselves completely engulfed into their sound. Scratching our heads trying to understand how the band perfectly captured the raw and emotional style of early 2000s emo/alt-rock, it was then that we saw the album was originally released in 2005!
Recently released digitally for fans to enjoy, this 11-track-ripper is full of familiar themes that pull hard on the nostalgia heartstrings. Powerful instrumentals are present in each track and are equipped with ripping guitars, smashing drums, and chest-pounding bass lines. Heartfelt lyrical work is delivered by angsty and anthemic vocal flows. The end result is a dynamic set of songs that any fan of the genre is going to love.
Our first thought when the album was over? Man... We need a copy on vinyl. Fortunately, the band has made this happen and you can buy a copy here. Everyone can benefit from a nostalgic ride when it comes to music, and if that's what you're looking for, we highly suggest you treat yourself to this gem. What a release!
You can jam along to the album in its entirety below. We also added a couple of tracks to our Underground Punk and our Underground Indie & Alternative playlist on Spotify. Make sure to follow Seven Degrees From Center to stay on top of what else they have going on!
Seven Degrees From Center - "Catalog Debris"