Indeed it happens now and then. I catch myself being too much into another so that I get confused at times as to who I really am. This admiration of or interest in other persons is quite human, I know. But collecting and listening to music can trigger this human asset. Maybe this explains why I collect two labels loyally and dedicated. And this happened also with buying this record. I saw a lot of internet posts on Blogger and Instagram when it came out. Or short after Rev sent these out. I saw a copy at the Good Life distro so I picked it up. This is a band that has Richie Birkenhead from Underdog, a famous New York Hardcore band, in the line up.
I first listened to Into Another when the first LP of the band was repressed by Revelation Records in 2012. I didn’t buy it but got it for free by entering a contest on Vinyl Noize blog. From which I became one of the winners. That was very cool.
So here is Omens, their new release in 2015. I kinda like it but not that much. I can only compare it to the self-titled LP from 1991 and can say they didn’t changed that much, might be fooled also. Because it is likely the vocals that make the band so recognizable.
|Into Another “Omens” LP on purple vinyl|
The cover is good also, I didn’t notice it at first but the light source behind those dark and creepy trees is not a moon, it’s actually the Into Another logo.
I have a few other records that I bought. These are for other posts.