Promise To Burn

A Promise To Burn

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by Framing Hanley
     
 
Nashville, TN-based post-grunge/emo/alternative outfit Framing Hanley's sophomore effort is a less metallic beast than 2008's The Moment, but what Promise to Burn lacks in speed it more than makes up for in melodic angst. Anthemic and mostly miserable, the album sports its fair share of open highway, "nobody understands

Overview

Nashville, TN-based post-grunge/emo/alternative outfit Framing Hanley's sophomore effort is a less metallic beast than 2008's The Moment, but what Promise to Burn lacks in speed it more than makes up for in melodic angst. Anthemic and mostly miserable, the album sports its fair share of open highway, "nobody understands me/can't we make this work" pity jams, but when they are as catchy and streamlined as "War Zone," "You Stupid Girl," and "Back to Go Again," it's easy to forget you're listening to some dude read from his tenth grade diary.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/25/2010
Label:
Silent Majority
UPC:
0898336002160
catalogNumber:
10013
Rank:
68962

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Framing Hanley   Primary Artist
Bobby Huff   Synthesizer,Percussion,Piano
Tommy Henriksen   Acoustic Guitar

Technical Credits

Greg Archilla   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Bobby Huff   Composer,Producer
Tommy Henriksen   Composer,Programming,Producer,Sound Design
Dan Malsch   Producer,Engineer
Jeff Hanson   Executive Producer
Brett Hestla   Producer,Vocal Producer
Framing Hanley   Composer
Justin Cortelyou   Engineer
Sheppard Solomon   Composer
Mark Anthony Jeffries   Cover Art
Mason Dixon   Cover Art
Daniel Slezinger   Cover Model
Alec Henninger   Pro-Tools
Peter Meece   Composer
Matthew Sheppard   Executive Producer
Mark Holman   Composer
John Radziwill   Executive Producer
James Stanka   Executive Producer

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A Promise To Burn 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A Promise to Burn was definatley different from their 1st album BUT in a GOOD way! I loved all the tracks on this CD. Nixon's vocals were Amazing. Lyrics were FANTASTIC. Framing Hanley is one of my favorite bands and they most certainly delivered an AWESOME CD to all loyal and NEW fans.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago