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Indie-rock workhorses Pile age gracefully on their seventh album, Green and Gray

Few contemporary indie-rock bands deliver as consistently as Boston’s Pile. Roughly every other year since 2007, they’ve dropped a collection of pummeling, direct songs executed with posthardcore aggression and postrock grandeur, their lyrics carrying a twinge of subversive indignation. Their seventh studio album, May’s Green and Gray (Exploding in Sound), arrives following a time of […]