Young Mountain is the first EP by the American band This Will Destroy You. It was originally self-recorded and self-released in 2005, and was intended to be a demo to be sold after local shows. Although it was then only available as a CD-R, the EP began to receive press mentions. The band soon attracted the attention of Magic Bullet Records, who repackaged the record and released it in June 2006.
Tracks from Young Mountain have often been used in popular media. Most notably, "There are Some Remedies Worse Than the Disease" was used in the trailer for the 2009 film The Taking of Pelham 123, "I Believe in Your Victory" was used in the 2008 horror film Prom Night and "Quiet" featured in the documentary film William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe. Tracks from it were also used during a presentation at the Pentagon about Hurricane Katrina. The song "Quiet" was also used in a trailer for the film The Purge and in the closing of the ESPN documentary The Fab Five.
10-year anniversary reissue, features copper metallic inks and a UV gloss flood across a traditional LP jacket.
- 2.The World Is Our ___07:07
- 3.I Believe In Your Victory06:32
- 1.Grandfather Clock02:37
- 2.Happiness We're All In It Together08:36
- 3.There Are Some Remedies Worse Than The Disease06:20
- 4.Sleep (Bonus Track)02:55