Sensitive as a teardrop, but hitting with the impact of a two-by-four across the jaw, ”War All the Time” gives good elegy with its mix of emo-punk sincerity and metal-tinged-roar. Thursday don’t take 9/11 quite as literally as Jersey neighbor Bruce Springsteen did on ”The Rising.” Those tragic events serve more as an ominous backdrop for a series of songs about collapsed hopes and relationships. Guitars and drums tangle like mortal enemies, but somehow a chorus still shakes free to shout one last, unfulfilled wish: ”We are cured.”
War All the Time Sensitive as a teardrop, but hitting with the impact of a two-by-four across the jaw, ''War All the Time'' gives good elegy with its mix of emo-punk...War All the Time Sensitive as a teardrop, but hitting with the impact of a two-by-four across the jaw, ''War All the Time'' gives good elegy with its mix of emo-punk...2003-10-17
Producer (group): Island
Posted October 17 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
- Salma Hayek on Donald Trump: 'I cannot be insulted by stupidity'
- Learn the story behind National Lampoon in 'Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead' trailer
- 'This Is Me': Watch the Emmy-nominated docuseries right here
- Alicia Keys returns with '28 Thousand Days'
- Jon Stewart reveals his final three 'Daily Show' guests
- 'Key & Peele' have a very 'awkward' conversation about pop-culture opinions
- Starz boss scolds TV critics over HBO 'feud': 'Shame ... behave yourselves'
- 'The Walking Dead' Season 6: 12 EW exclusive photos
- 10 must-have items from the 'Mad Men' auction: Exclusive
- Stars go back to work! 'Scandal,' 'Arrow,' 'The Good Wife,' more return to set
- Charlie Hunnam and Excalibur glisten in 'King Arthur' first look photos
- Here are the 2015 games we're looking forward to most
- Amy Poehler, Justin Theroux, Rihanna & More!