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9 Comments on " Ambition Now - Snapcase - Designs For Automotion (Vinyl, LP, Album) "

  • INFO: Snapcase's debut release, "Lookinglasself," showed the band's interesting approach to the hardcore style by adding guitar harmonics and aggressive song structure. The album's message was one of social betterment, the improvement of self as well as personal struggles and environmental concerns. Snapcase's music and message combined to create one of the underground's most interesting and.
  • "Designs For Automation," originally released in , was a hard-rock comeback that still featured the band's trademark discordant, melodic, heavy-yet-emotional sound. Now available again on colored vinyl. LP includes a free MP3 download. This is the yellow vinyl version, exclusive to .
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  • Snapcase is an American hardcore punk band, from Buffalo, New York, United States. Their records were released on the Chicago record label, Victory Records. During the course of.
  • Snapcase is the band of the future. They have produced an awesome album with Designs for Automotion, and this will prove them as leaders of underground hardcore as we know it. I've heard critics say that Korn speaks to today's youth better than anyone else in the music business, but after hearing Snapcase, I am forced to disagree.
  • Many people label Designs for Automotion as Snapcase simply repackaging there previous album. But in my opinion that could not be farther from the truth! This album has a dynamic to it that many people who listen to it for the first time never seem to realize, that this could almost be considered a concept album.