Findings from the MySpace era, part 2

I know why I decided to check out Intohimo’s songs on MySpace.
1) Their band name is really cool.
2) Their first record is called Failures, Failures, Failures & Hope, which is a cool title.
3) The cover of that record looks cool.

Basically, I was merely a kid and everything about this band was cool. And of course I wanted to hear more from this cool band. I bought the Failures record back then, in 2007, and I still enjoy it a lot. It’s a record for people who like Underoath-y post hardcore stuff. I never really got into their later releases, but I usually play Failures quite a few times every autumn. Like now.

Here’s a two tracks for you all to embrace:

(“Burn the old for new things to come”. How beautiful is that?)

Oh, and by the way, these guys are from Sweden. Disbanded by now, though. However, you can check Intohimo out on Spotify if you’d like to.

Intohimo currently have 20 996 listeners on Last.fm.

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