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  1. Aug 11,  · Madina Lake and follow-up to their second studio album Attics to Eden from The release was self-produced after announcing that they had left their label, Roadrunner Records in April They subsequently set up an account on the website Pledgemusic to help fund the EP, which is sold to fans who have pledged as well as donating a.
  2. Label: Roadrunner Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock Madina Lake - From Them, Through Us, To You (, CD) | Discogs /5(5).
  3. Feb 04,  · From Them, Through Us, To You, an Album by Madina Lake. Released 27 March on Roadrunner (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Pop Punk, Alternative Rock/5(6).
  4. Madina Lake are a pop-punk/post-hardcore outfit from Chicago. They started off by appearing on the daring TV show Fear Factor. The brothers Nathan and Matthew (who do vocals and bass respectively) were dared by peers to apply for the show and were accepted .
  5. Play full-length songs from Attics To Eden [Special Edition] by Madina Lake on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. An album by Madina Lake on Napster. Join now Log In x Music Apps & Devices Pricing Search Company Info Careers Developers Account Customer Support Redeem Coupon Buy a Gift.
  6. Jun 26,  · Attics To Eden, the sophomore effort from Chicago-based Madina Lake, is covered in surreal eye candy that crosses Pink Floydish album art with ’60s sci .
  7. The $50, was the start up money for Madina Lake. Completing the 4-piece band is Mateo Camargo and Dan Torelli, former members of Chicago rock band Reforma. Their debut album From Them, Through Us, to You was released March 27, through Roadrunner Records whom the band signed with shortly after releasing their EP entitled The Disap.
  8. Get all the lyrics to songs on From Them, Through Us, To You and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  9. The brainchild of bassist Matthew Leone, From Them, Through Us, To You documents the disappearance of local socialite Adalia in the fictional ’50s mining town of Madina Lake. It’s an album beset with clunking visuals and broader-than-thou riffs, complementing twin brother Nathan’s expansive, excessive vocals tenfold to a beating post Author: Alex Nunn.

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