Sinking Ships was an American hardcore punk band from Seattle, Washington, formed in 2004. In 2005, the band released their debut EP, Meridian on Run For Cover Records and later re issued on 6131 Records and contributed the track "Turn My Headphones Up" to the Generations compilation released on Revelation Records. Later that year, Sinking Ships signed to Revelation Records and released their album, Disconnecting, in July 2006.
Listen to music from Sinking Ships like Ghost Story, Auburn & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Sinking Ships. There are multiple artists named Sinking Ships. 1) A hardcore band hailing from Seattle, Washington. In 2005 the band released their debut full length, Meridian, consisting of old demos and new songs. At the end of 2005 Sinking Ships signed to seminal hardcore label Revelation Records. The band released their second album, Disconnecting, in July 2006.
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Album · 2006 · 12 Songs. Disconnecting Sinking Ships.
Been telling myself that it passes in time, that the words they erode as the light goes dim, and in time there will be peace and that time will erase and that time can break you down. held hostage by the past, held hostage by those days, and you want to escape and you want to remain, here. please dont let me forget.
The Next Time I Go, 02:11.
If the band name and album title didn't already trumpet "Danger! Mopey emo kids!," the Joy Division-like cover design of the Sinking Ships' second full-length album certainly would be a big ol' clue that there is little fun to be mined from these tunes.
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