Produced by Hawthorne Heights. I hate my job, I hate my life I hate every fucking thing in this world I swear to God, if I had a knife I'd cut my heart out and give it to her. It takes all day, all day, all day All day to get through the night It takes all day, all day, all day All day to get through the night. I hate my Mom and I hate my Dad For leaving me alone in this world I swear to God, it hurts so fucking bad To be the only one left in this world
Skeletons is the fourth studio album by American rock band Hawthorne Heights, released June 1, 2010. It is their first and only album to be released through Wind-up Records, and is also the first release since If Only You Were Lonely to employ screamed vocals, with guitarist Micah Carli adding limited vocals into select tracks on the record. The album was produced by Howard Benson. The album peaked at on the Billboard top 200 albums.
Band Name Hawthorne Heights. Type EP. Data de lançamento 23 Agosto 2011. Labels Cardboard Empire. Membros têm este álbum0. 1. There Was a Kid (Part 1). 2. Is This What You Wanted? 3. Divided. 5. Wasted in NYC. 6. Stay Awake/Stay Alive.
The following is the discography of Hawthorne Heights, an American rock band formed in 2001. The band was originally named A Day in the Life, and is from Dayton, Ohio. Their line-up currently consists of lead singer and rhythm guitarist JT Woodruff, lead guitarist and screaming vocalist Mark McMillon, bassist and backing vocalist Matt Ridenour, and drummer Chris Popadak. Hawthorne Heights found success with both of their first two albums, released through Victory Records
Hawthorne Heights’ 2011 EP muses on negativity-due in part to a year filled with lawsuits and the 2007 loss of lead guitarist Casey Calvert. So it makes sense for Hate to open with the brutal onslaught of Is This What You Wanted, where screeching guitars continuously wind as JT Woodruff and Micah Carli scream their throats raw. The punching guitar riffs of Divided echo the band’s early days, when it looked to Sunny Day Real Estate for inspiration. Hawthorne Heights tone down the ferocity here to contrast gloomy, resonating chords with impassioned singing that’s more emo than screamo