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Morning Augment


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"Hail, Morning Augment"

Excerpt from News From The Pit
By Eddy Metal

When I received the Hail, Morning Augment CD, I was like, "Cool." I'd heard about them but never had heard them. Straight to the player.

Hmmmnnn, sounds like Massachusetts hardcore demons All That Remains. What we have is hardcore metal with melody. The music isn't overly brutal and has a groove-oriented feel that I am enjoying. Most metal bands today concentrate on speed and technical difficulty rather than the feel of the song. Morning Augment has both those covered.

The memorable chorus on "My Mid-Life Crisis," shows off Matt Robear's vocals. I especially like it when he actually sings. These days, there are way too many bands with a simple hardcore barking technique for vocals and no other variety.

I'm going to have to book these mofos! The CD has good sound quality and the packaging looks damn good. This is a professional outing if I ever heard one. The musicianship is good, too.

Complaints? I'd like to hear more of Robear's melodic vocals; they make the music stand out so much more than is typical. Some ripping guitar leads would work well with the hooky, metal rhythm guitar work that is in abundance with Mourning Augment.

The title track, "Destroying What Was Once Beautiful," is a pretty and punishing tune, a sweet-ass mixture of emotion. The bottom line: serious metal chops means you should take these guys very seriously.

I look forward to seeing them live. If you like heavy music with balls, but melodic enough so that can still enjoy it when you are getting laid, then check out Morning Augment.


"Metal Morning"

What do you want for Christmas? How about a little metal under the tree?

After spending time in other bands like Union and Truce, five Louisville guys came together to form the hardcore metal band Morning Augment.

They're celebrating the release of their new EP, "Destroying What Was Once Beautiful," on Friday night with a bill packed with hardcore acts at Headliners Music Hall.

For a mere 10 bucks, yo can see Morning Augment along with Soul Filled Tomorrow, Holbrook, Ashes to Azarel, Maude Flanders, and Portrait of a Suicide.

Author - Lisa Hornung -


EP - Destroying What Was Once Beautiful
Oasis Disk Manufacturing Underground Volume VIII #1 Radio Sampler

Louisville, KY. 93.1 The Fox airplay:
War on March 6th
Up in Arms
My Midlife Crisis


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