Static Radio NJ Last Year, released You given up on me yet? There was nothing that I could do. And all these restless nights, god damn these restless nights. Did you find it hard to leave? Was there more to say? As light hits rained out streets, I can't help but think that it's one for the innocent, you truly left your mark in them. To live would mean to die again, to hope to live to see the end. If God gives me strength, what God does this to me? I don't wait for Heaven. It's so sad you're gone, you didn't wait too long until our backs were turned. Denver hardcore upstarts storm out the gate with four down-tempo crushers: finely-marbled red meat for the circle-pit set. Bandcamp New & Notable May 22, 2019. The Memphis band conjure the claustrophobic creepiness of the classic horror tale The Yellow Wallpaper on their latest. Bandcamp Album of the Day May 16, 2019.
Other albums by Static Radio NJ. Static Radio NJ 9/9/2008. 1 Marc Static Radio NJ 2:16. 2 Bothered Static Radio NJ 2:13. 3 Green Hoody Static Radio NJ 3:7. 4 Places Static Radio NJ 2:48. 5 Ferren Decks Static Radio NJ 1:19. 6 Cut the Tie Static Radio NJ 0:41. 7 Statelines Static Radio NJ 2:36. 8 Fin Static Radio NJ 2:29. 9 Wake Up Static Radio NJ 1:23. 10 In Your Dreams Static Radio NJ 1:22. 11 Standing Still Static Radio NJ 1:13. 12 Who's Laughing Now Static Radio NJ 2:6. 13 The Waiting Game Static Radio NJ 3:32.
Static Radio NJ. Biography by Corey Apar. Fast and rhythmically tight melodic hardcore from New Jersey, Static Radio NJ came together in 2002 as simply Static Radio before a band of the same name on the West Coast piped up with their disapproval.
Static Radio NJ was already a great band when they were tossing their Lifetime and Kid Dynamite influences around like it was nothing, but they have truly exceeded themselves on We Are All . Static Radio NJ was already a great band when they were tossing their Lifetime and Kid Dynamite influences around like it was nothing, but they have truly exceeded themselves on We Are All Beasts. Rather than being content with simply repeating themselves, they went and introduced more melody and poppier song structures into their material, thus transforming themselves into a full-fledged pop-punk band.