1. House Of Broken Promises - Using The Useless () Artist: House Of Broken Promises Country: USA Album: Using The Useless Genre: Stoner Rock Year Of Release: Quality: mp3 kbps | APE (image+.cue) Size: ,03Mb | ,27Mb Tracklist: Blister Obey the Snake Physco Plex Highway Grit Justify
  2. LP by High Roller Records (HRR ). copies on black vinyl copies on green-orange splatter vinyl. Recording information: Recorded and Mixed at BitterSand Recording Studio - Indio, CA. Mastered at Baseline Audio - Ann Arbor, MI.
  3. Guitarist Arthur Seay does not see it like this: "House Of Broken Promises is a new positive, musical, melodic beast. It is its on entiy. It has the 'Stoner Rock' roots and it has its more Metal roots also. House Of Broken Promises is its own special rock machine that is something different from Unida, not just missing John Garcia.".
  4. I saw House of Broken Promises playing a show a few years after this CD came out and was immediately interested in getting their CD. A lot of what is out there in the world off metal is very serious, moody or interested in trying to break a record for the number of notes played in a song/5(5).
  5. Buried Away: 8: Broken Life: 9: Walk On By: Ladron (Spanish) The Hurt (Paid My Dues) Germany: Sell This Version: SS House Of Broken Promises: Using The Useless Sell This Version: HRR House Of Broken Promises: Using The Useless ‎ (LP, Album, Gre) High Roller Records: HRR Germany: Sell This Version.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Broken Home on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - PA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • /5(2).
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  8. Take Indio, California's HOUSE OF BROKEN PROMISES. With their Small Stone debut "Using the Useless" this trio is leading the charge against mediocrity and watered down tepidness. Formed from the ashes of the late, great, and woefully underappreciated UNIDA (which also featured John Garcia of KYUSS fame), HOUSE OF BROKEN PROMISES read more.

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