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Tag: Deep Elm Twenty Year Retrospective

3AM Eternal: Triple Fast Action Cattlemen Don’t (1997)

Chicago-based alternative-rock band’s second and final album was a slice of great-sounding, radio-friendly alternative rock.

3AM Eternal: The Appleseed Cast Mare Vitalis (2000)

The Appleseed Cast’s second album was the first of what would become a handful of masterpieces.

3AM Eternal: Desert City Soundtrack: Funeral Car (2003)

Desert City Soundtrack’s debut full-length Funeral Car was a heavy-handed, dark, morose affair.

3AM Eternal: Free Diamonds: There Should Be More Dancing (2006)

A quirky, punky British trio whose debut album easily defined the word “unique.”

3AM Eternal: Coma Recovery Goddverb (2011)

Heavy, hard, pummeling post-rock.

3AM Eternal: Sounds Like Violence/Desert City Soundtrack/Settlefish (2004)

An excellent three-way split EP, offering several of the label’s best bands presenting some of their best work.

3AM Eternal: Imbroco Are You My Lionkiller? (2000)

If there were an “emo supergroup,” it would have been Imbroco, featuring members from several notable bands, releasing only this sole EP.

3AM Eternal: Settlefish: Dance A While, Upset (2003)

The debut of Italy-via-American rock band Settlefish was an album of enjoyable promise.

3AM Eternal: Surrounded: Safety In Numbers (2003)

One of the best albums Deep Elm has ever released, this Swedish band’s debut was and is a record of grand, sublime beauty.

3AM Eternal: Drive Til Morning Drive Til Morning (2003)

A quiet, melancholy alt-country record of gentle acoustic songs and passages.