Nightlife - Sick City Reviews
Newest Review: ... fantastic to sing along to and as you listen to 'Nightlife' you can't help but do so. The music possesses a greatly beauteous ... more
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by - written on 21/06/08 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Sick City is a Canadian five-piece band making music in the genre of melodic hardcore. The bands drummer is the brother of Comeback Kid front man Andrew Neufeld; clearly the Neufeld family is incredibly musical as both Sick City and Comeback Kid also are absolutely excellent bands. The music created with this 'Nightlife' album always is fresh and uplifting; the vocals are simply magnificent and the instrumental side of things also is supremely strong here. The tracks are well constructed, the music is mightily melodious and never does the sound created here by Sick City fail to make me smile. This is a band with a keen ear for a good melody, right from the ... Read the complete review
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