Flee the Seen is frightening, and we're not just talking about screaming banshee frontwoman Kim Anderson. The band's prog-hardcore tightrope act is also frighteningly good - one of the tightest in the business, presumably the reason this fledging Kansas City band signed to Southern California's Facedown Records (also home to Nodes of Ranvier, No Innocent Victim, Inked in Blood) for its debut LP "Doubt Becomes the New Addiction." Since then, the quintet has toured with bands like Chiodos and Sullivan and earned praise from from Alternative Press and HM Magazine.
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