Parts & Labor's noise rock is melodic, too
“We pretty much split things 50-50”
Since the genre's heyday as part of the indie scene in the '80s, noise rock has suffered from too much noise and too little rock, at least in terms of memorable tunes. via Chicago Sun-Times
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#1 Dec 7, 2007
i completely dissagree noise rock as suffered from becoming too melodic its noise rock its supposed to be harsh and unmelodic look for this band called not even hope and you'll see what i mean.
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