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Beneath the Encasing of Ashes Import

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Page Artiste As I Lay Dying

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (6 novembre 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005M6YK
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Beneath The Encasing Of Ashes
  2. Torn Within
  3. Forced To Die
  4. A Breath In The Eyes Of Eternity
  5. Blood Turned To Tears
  6. The Voices That Betray Me
  7. When This World Fades
  8. A Long March
  9. Surrounded
  10. Refined By Your Embrace
  11. The Innocence Spilled
  12. Behind Me Lies Another Fallen Soldier

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Some great metal 17 novembre 2012
Par Mitchfart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have waited forever to get this album, and it was really worth the wait. I have a huge CD collection including all the Lamb of God, korn, system of a down, disturbed, slipknot, Five Finger Death Punch, Van Halen, and Guns and Roses albums, and I have to say, this little Gem from As I lay Dying is among the best I own. Just hearing them so raw, and heavy is amazing, and I kinda wish they would have stuck to this style of writing and recording. All of there other albums are good, but this is the best in my opinion. Its put together great for a debut album, and is a little rough around the edges, which is just how I like it. This my friends is a hard hitting album, and should be in everyone's CD collection.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 24 août 2016
Par IMABAJIM - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 4.5 Stars 17 octobre 2004
Par Tom Servo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The vocalist sounds way too much like Dan from ZAO. The Gothenberg black metalsih scream is predominate in this particular style of Metalcore. Frail Words Collapse, their 2nd CD, is MUCH better than this by a long shot (mostly because of the drumming and the new vocals). However that isn't saying this band is bad. As I Lay Dying is a San Diego based metalcore band created in 2000; that has gone through a name change, two members leaving to join former Solid-State-now-Pluto-Records recording artist Society's Finest, and one to Militia's Noise Ratchet while lead vocalist Tim Lambesis left SF to start afresh with As I Lay Dying, themselves. Beneath the Encasing of Ashes is their debut release on Pluto Records. With an underlying growl and musicianship that keeps you guessing, As I Lay Dying is a delightful addition to the hardcore scene. Lyrics that turn from hopeless to hope-filled; this is a reputable addition to their soaring heavy medleys. The last thing that the Dying does is drag a song on, as they clock in at almost 30 minutes, which is pretty impressive for 12 tracks, and a lot happens in this short time. Check this out along with their 2nd CD and also be sure to check out the new Society's Finest CD "Love, Murder and a Three Letter Word" today also.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Listening music. 29 juin 2004
Par Greg Grady - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This music is not something that you just take, put in and its something your hooked too. You cant buy this or download it for that matter and just like it. First of all, to the idiot who reviewed by saying they "stole" the vocal style of Zao. The vocal style used is part of the hardcore genre. You could say stop ripping off these vocals to a list of hardcore/death metal bands who use screams/yelps/deep growls. Good god its not like zao created the damn idea of screaming in vocals. Anyway, to the music. This is their first full release, i actually like their new one better, its more put together and more of a blend. The vocals caaannn get annoying after a while but its what creates its full brutality. I reccomend "Frail words collapse" to people who cant handle some really hard hits. What makes this music so great is it is an experience (assuming you like this kind) I hated this at first, my girlfriend was really into them so i was thinking maybe i missed something. I downloaded their whole cd and checked it out, listned to each song and read the lyrics to each one, analyzing each part, from the riff to the breakdown. I grew to love it and realized i was ignorant for listening to it then putting it away, it wasnt the kind that is catchy from a first listen but after the second time around the riffs stick in your head. The music i wouldnt consider hard, the lyrics are pretty intense to me. The lyrics are very well written and put together, dark but they dont try too hard to be depressing like some bands do just to fit into the stereo-typed genre. If you give this band a chance i reccomend you listen to it, give it more than once. What actually impresses me alot is alot of hardcore can end up sounding the same and getting a tad bit repetitive but each song has its own certain flow and its very distinguishable (excluding the use of the vocals). What makes their 2nd release so much better is they play with the vocal range alot more.
So i dont really do song by song analysis so ill sum up the general pros and cons.
-Has its hard moments, the music can get intense and even brutal when added to the lyrics.
-It truly is a great experience when you give it good listening time and read the lyrics
-Lyrics are well written, not some korn "daddy raped me" spewed together (although dark and depressing very heartfelt)
-Growls and screams are breathtaking
-At times not hard enough musically
-Screaming gets repetitive after a while (just because somethings good, theres no need to get greedy about it)
-Unable to understand the lyrics at times, their great lyrics and i wish were made easier to understand fully.
Why did i give this 5 stars with these kind of cons? Because any cd that takes me through an experience when i listen to it deserves 5 stars. Its more than just popping it in and listen to it, its really enjoying it and taking the cd to its full extent. Even though you cant understand some of the lyrics, just read them through twice or 3 times with the cd and you'll be able to know them in no time and then it really gets emotional.
Since this music isint for all people i'd reccomend downloading it first, i got both cds on kazaa and now burned them.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beneath it all 29 juin 2004
Par Jason - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album is amazing for 1 reason alone. It's just angry, when you buy albums from a band called "As I Lay Dying" that's just what you'd expect. So this album does not dissapoint, the sound quality isn't the best (compared to "frail words collapse") but the quality of the music as a whole is still there. "Forced to Die" and "The Voices that Betray me" are stand out tracks on the album. Displayed are the supurb lyrics of Tim Lambesis along with his ainguished scream that gives the band the feel they have. I would recommend this album to anyone looking for something to mosh too, or just to get that white knuckled feeling. Although this band deserves credit in another sense of the well structured music they produce, even though one may say they carry a sound familiar with the likes of "The Black Dahlia Murder" or "In This Victory" this music follows more of a non 'frantic' pattern that defines the sound of "As I Lay Dying." And sets them in a higher plain of musical existence than "Zao"
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