Ryan Patterson Appears on
||Goddamage CD (2005)
Coliseum: Ryan Patterson (vocals, guitar); Tony Ash (guitar); Mike Pascal (bass guitar); Matt Jaha (drums).
||No Salvation CD (2007) |
Ryan Patterson songs Mixing the ferociousness of hardcore and the grind of extreme metal, Coliseum should equally appeal to fans of each style (something becoming more and more common circa the early 21st century) as ...
||Settle Down City CD (2006) |
Ryan Patterson music CDs On its debut album, the Louisville trio, which was formed out of the ashes of Breather Resist, plays deceptively chaotic sounding math-rock, underpinned by a solid rhythm section that takes its cue ...
||Dark Horse CD (2005) |
Ryan Patterson CD discography The debut full-length by Rochester metalcore quartet Achilles is a little more complex than many similar records. Achilles have all the standard attributes in spades: hoarse, screaming singer, start-stop dynamics, brittle rhythms, ...
||Charmer CD (2004) |
Ryan Patterson discography This group features members of the National Acrobat, so the intensity brought to each tune shouldn't come as that much of a surprise. The blazing guitars are still melodic behind the deep ...
||Art Offensive CD (2003) |
Ryan Patterson albums Ever since the too-brief reign of the great Squirrel Bait, Louisville, KY, has always been a place where punky aggression and cerebral artsiness have coexisted. (Remember that the Squirrel Bait offshoot Slint, ...
||Not of This World CD (2006) |
Ryan Patterson CD discography Coliseum and Doomriders, two of the early-21st century's most ferocious punk-metal outfits, salute Danzig, one of the late-20th century's most renowned goth-metal bands, on this split CD single. Both bands add guttural ...
||Sink Knives & Chrome CD (2005) |
Ryan Patterson music CDs Black Cross: Rob Pennington (vocals); Ryan Patterson (guitar); Evan Patterson (bass guitar); Matt Jaha (drums).
||Coliseum CD (2004) |
Ryan Patterson songs Audio Mixer: Jason Loewenstein.
Recording information: BC Castle, Louisville, KY (02/22/2004-04/05/2004); The BC Castle, Louisville (02/22/2004-04/05/2004).
Photographer: James Case.
Coliseum: Keith Bryant (bass guitar); Matt Jaha (drums); Ryan Patterson, Tony Ash.
Personnel: Ryan Patterson (vocals, guitar); ...
||For All Practical Purposes Is Dead CD (2000) |
Ryan Patterson albums The National Acrobat: Casper Adams (vocals); Ryan Patterson, Evan Patterson (guitar); Dale Nixon (bass guitar); Phil Stosberg (drums).
||Severance Pays CD (2007) |
Ryan Patterson discography Recording information: Headbanging Kill Your Mama Music, Louisville, KY (02/25/2007-03/02/2007).
Personnel: Ryan Patterson, Evan Patterson (vocals, guitar); Rob Pennington (vocals).
Audio Mixer: Chris Owens.
||Tna: the Complete Recordings (2004) |
Track Listing of songs: Mantis Romantic; Life of the Kid; Damn Asplundh; Confederate Movie Stars; Cataracts Have Spoken; Raleigh; ; Ceramic Ages; Of Jeffersonian Thought; I'm a Gine; Mexican Movie Stars; National Hymn of ...
||Can't Stop Casper Adams CD (2000)
There is something loud out of Louisville, something exploding out of the Appalachians with a tumbling rumble -- it's the National Acrobat. A few years after their inception, this group released a ...
||Stops A Beating Heart CD (2002) |
With seven songs clocking in at less than 13 minutes, these Louisville sluggers gleefully proceed nowhere really, really rapidly on their debut EP, Stops a Beating Heart, not unlike the prototypical Hüsker ...
||III: Architects Of Troubled Sleep CD (2008) |
It's a slightly strange world to see a glowering metal record that's partially sponsored and released by the Canadian government via its arts council, but the 21st century is a strange place. ...
||Widows Bloody Widows CD (2004) |
Includes tracks from the 7" vinyl releases ROLL UP YOUR SLEEVES, SCREAMING, and BLACK WIDOWS STOPS A BEATING HEART.
Members of the National Acrobat are part of this ensemble, and their approach to rock falls in line with the likes of At the Drive-In and Sparta. The brothers Ryan Patterson and Evan Patterson bring "Roll Up Your Sleeves" to a hard-charging start that is relentless in its intensity and general rock smarts. A punk style takes "Guess ...