Posted in music on December 19, 2013

by Andrew Sacher


Michigan post-hardcore band Congress are teaming up with another raw rock band, Green Lights, to release a split 7" in February via Save Your Generation/Animal Tapes. The first track to be revealed from that split is Congress' "Dead Parrot," which sees them diving into Fugazi's softer side, sneaking in all the bits of technical proficiency, weirdness, and abrasiveness you'd expect from '90s-era off-killter post-hardcore. That track makes its premiere in this post, and you can stream it below. Album artwork and tracklist below too.

The split's up for digital preorder via Save Your Generation and physical preorder via Congress.

Song stream and more, below...


Congress - "Dead Parrot"


1. Green Lights - "Way Down"
2. Congress - "Dead Parrot"
3. Congress - "Way Up"
4. Green Lights - "Live Parent"




Comments (4)

Band of goofy looking beta males? Check.
Completely derivative music only teens listen to? Check.
Terrible description of their sound? Check.

All the markings of an Andrew Sacher post!

Posted by Anonymous | December 19, 2013 11:35 AM


Posted by Anonymous | December 19, 2013 11:55 AM

Typical Brooklyn Vegan commenter? CHECK CHECK CHECK

Posted by Anonymous | December 19, 2013 1:13 PM

haha laugh. he probably gets paid for this

Posted by Anonymous | December 19, 2013 1:47 PM

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