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The long-awaited follow up to 2007's Magnetic North, Arbiter marks melodic hardcore legends Hopesfall's first record in over a decade. The explosive collection has a decidedly unique bend to it, but guitarist Joshua Brighampoints out that it is built off of the same principles as Hopesfall's previous catalog - "big riffs and dark melodies." Frontman Jay Forrest adds that the driving message of Arbiter remains the same as well: "Hopes fall. Tragedies happen. But that doesn't mean you should give up or not stay the course." Arbiter is at once a reminder of why the band has become so influential and a beacon of their continued evolution.
The long-awaited follow up to 2007's Magnetic North, Arbiter marks melodic hardcore legends Hopesfall's first record in over a decade. The explosive collection has a decidedly unique bend to it, but guitarist Joshua Brighampoints out that it is built off of the same principles as Hopesfall's previous catalog - "big riffs and dark melodies." Frontman Jay Forrest adds that the driving message of Arbiter remains the same as well: "Hopes fall. Tragedies happen. But that doesn't mean you should give up or not stay the course." Arbiter is at once a reminder of why the band has become so influential and a beacon of their continued evolution.
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Hopesfall - Arbiter

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Format: CD
Label: EQV
Rel. Date: 07/13/2018
UPC: 794558037624

Arbiter
Artist: Hopesfall
Format: CD
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The long-awaited follow up to 2007's Magnetic North, Arbiter marks melodic hardcore legends Hopesfall's first record in over a decade. The explosive collection has a decidedly unique bend to it, but guitarist Joshua Brighampoints out that it is built off of the same principles as Hopesfall's previous catalog - "big riffs and dark melodies." Frontman Jay Forrest adds that the driving message of Arbiter remains the same as well: "Hopes fall. Tragedies happen. But that doesn't mean you should give up or not stay the course." Arbiter is at once a reminder of why the band has become so influential and a beacon of their continued evolution.
        
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