Good & Evil Is Upon Us

Perhaps the biggest day in Tally Hall’s history is upon us.  A day many have waited quite a few YEARS for.  Yes, years.  I remember within a month of the release of their first record in 2005, people were wondering what they were going to do next.  Then, when the first of the new songs “Turn The Lights Off” debuted in June of 2006, the frenzy began.  They didn’t start recording the next album for another 3 years, during the autumn of 2009.  Then, more delays struck.

But finally, 572 days (Or 1 year, 6 months, 26 days… or 49,420,800 seconds… or 823,680 minutes… or 13,728 hours… or 81 weeks) since they finished tracking the album, Good & Evil, Tally Hall’s 2nd full-length album has hit shelves.

And the best part is, they didn’t disappoint. As many of us suspected all along, this was going to be quite an awesome album. They’ve outdone themselves. But don’t take my word for it… they have made the album FREE to stream for the next 2 days. You can also enter to win a theme song written and performed by the band.

But remember to BUY the thing. At the time of writing this, they’ve already broken into the top 10 on the iTunes Alternative chart. This must go higher!
Buy it. Tell your friends to buy it. Enjoy a new type of musical goodness; embrace the duality and coexistence of Good & Evil.


Webmaster of HITS. Also known as "Webmaster Jerk".

4 thoughts on “Good & Evil Is Upon Us

  • June 21, 2011 at 8:18 pm

    Let’s do this thing! Street team go!

  • June 21, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    I’ve been listening to it pretty much nonstop since I got it last night at about 11:00.   It’s definitely one of the most incredible albums I’ve ever heard, and it only gets better each time.

  • June 22, 2011 at 12:12 am

    It’s all I’ve listened to since I  received  the digital download in my email and it’s all I plan on listening to for a pretty long time. A masterpiece. I can’t wait until my pre-order comes in the mail!!!

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