Wednesday, November 28, 2001


Posted By on Wed, Nov 28, 2001 at 12:00 AM

Document provides a tight and rhythmic take on post-rock, a style more often deemed loose and unbridled. Drums, bass, voice and two guitars all provide an aggressive percussive "hardcore" push, which makes way for post-rock yelps and hoarse whimpers. Coursing through the spindly veins of recent rock history, Document's music even somehow manages to come out melodic. And that's pretty remarkable.


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