Review : THE SNAKE THE CROSS THE CROWN - Cotton Teeth
AbsolutePunkIn 2004, The Snake The Cross The Crown released their debut disc Mander Salis which, despite showing the diversity of Equal Vision, sounded more like a band experimenting with many different styles, but not quite hitting the nail on the head. Though containing some great songs, it is almost as if the vision was too large to be attainable. The band took a minor hiatus after touring behind Mander Salis before heading into the studio to record their sophomore release Cotton Teeth. ...full text
PunkNewsEqual Vision Records is so diverse it makes the United Nations look like the Ku Klux Klan. Elitist douche bags aside, the label has something for (nearly) everyone. Huntsville, Alabama’s the Snake the Cross the Crown quietly released their first album, Mander Salis, in 2004 on the label, but their indie/alt-country styling should hopefully reach wider audiences with the long-awaited release of Cotton Teeth....full text
AversionThere's only one type of authenticity that really matters. It's not the kind that demands that you stay true to a particular music scene, nor is it the kind of thing that demands a nearly religious adherence to long-withered musical traditions. It's staying true to your own calling....full text
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