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Quitter's latest or related album is I Ain't No Quitter Pt 1
Which is released on 2005-10-11 from record company Universal Import.
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In an era where many groups are panicking trying to figure out where rock music is heading and quickly assimilating to the latest trends, other bands are quietly looking back at the greats and drawing heavy inspiration from them. Sacramento, CA’s Quitter is one of those bands and the maturity and charm they exude through their music is astounding. Like a bastard lovechild of Failure, dredg and U2, the band adeptly etch out vast weighty soundscapes that are nothing short of mesmerizing when firing on all cylinders. Deeply moving while remaining emotionally restrained, Quitter doesn’t rely on any of today’s in your face visceral tactics. Instead, they prefer subtle instrumentation, haunting vocal work, and epic build-ups that elevate through heartfelt honesty and intelligence. Talented musicians, guitars spiral in and out of consciousness underneath the weathered delivery of band frontman D. Scott Sault. A firmly grounded rhythm section anchors it all in place and allows the band to fully indulge in their own pursuits which border between technical and experimental. While the band borrows from some of rocks most accomplished, Quitter isn’t just a throwback band with low-production values or paper-thin song-writing. Their music is modern and full-bodied. Mildly experimental, the group uses instruments such as trumpet and piano in addition to the typical standbys of guitar rock. Such extra touches help certain songs flourish and bring new life to the momentum of the album as it progresses on. In fact, momentum may be the only thing holding the band back here. Learn more about Quitter