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Fear Before The March Of Flames

Art Damage

Equal Vision 96

Released on September 7, 2004

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 19 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Hey Kid. I'm A Computer. Stop All The Downloading Voted #2  21%
2 Should Have Stayed In The Shallows Voted #1  22%
3 Consequences David, You'll Meet Your Fate In The Styx  7%
4 Whiskey Is Alright In Its Place, But Its Place Is In Hell  8%
5 The Story Of The Curious Oysters  5%
6 Absolutely Fabulous And Me  4%
7 The Long Road To The Middle  2%
8 The State of Texas Vs. Fear Before Voted #3  19%
9 Law Of Averages  2%
10 A Tyrant Meets His Maker  1%
11 The God Awful Truth  9%
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Ashley from Ipswich, United Kingdom 
Jun 8 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

One of the best friggin CDs I’ve ever bought!!! It’s got some really intricate guitar work with some really ace screaming, some of the tracks could do with a little bit more singing and a little bit less repetition would be nice but if you like it heavy grab a copy, hell grab two and give it to a mate!!

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Christine from Woodridge, IL 
Dec 30 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I love this CD... it's one of my all-time favorites. It's a lot heavier than Odd How People Shake, which I LOVE. (: BUY IT!!!!!!!!!! & be happy.

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Jamie from Westwood, MA 
Nov 19 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is simply fabulous. the insane mix of screeching guitars with bouncing cartoon vocals will make you want to play old school nintendo again while beating the crap out of your little brother. it's just that good.

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Georgia from Canterbury, Victoria, Australi 
Sep 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Excellent CD. More "heavy" than their last album, with much less melody. Which one you like best is, I suppose, a matter of personal opinion. I think they both have their merits. There's some nice Botch-influences laced throughout this disc, and it's short enough that the wall of noise doesn't become too overpowering. One of the few CDs in this sort of genre (other than Norma Jean) that I can listen to on a regular basis. Good stuff.

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Eammon from Emmonak, AK 
Sep 6 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I can't say that I listen to this album very often, but I've enjoyed it a few times. Fear Before has some very catchy tracks, but this cd started to really bog down about half way through. I think that they succeeded in making their sound "more brutal" than on the first album, "Odd how people Shake." I don't think that the "progression" made this album any better. I am glad that they didn't pull a hopesfall and go the other way. Check out a few tracks. If you like them, be wary, the whole album will sound very similar.

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Martin from Jyderup, Denmark 
Aug 29 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome cd, much more hardcore then the first, there's more up-tempo songs on this one. Buy it, if you liked their first album

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Matt from Apple Valley, CA 
Apr 1 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a really good cd! It is Bizzare so I think that is why I like it. I suggest buying it if you are a fan of the Blood Brothers or any bands like them.

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Jean Philippe from Québec, PQ Canada 
Mar 19 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Pretty good follow up of Odd When People Shake. No emo voice on this one, pure insanity from the beginning to the end. The only thing I don't like is that if I listen at this CD with the random feature, I don't recgonize the songs. They all have similar structure. But overall, it's very good, one of my favorite 2004 album.

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Russell from Houston, TX 
Mar 10 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

from the moment when the opening screeching guitars and pulsating drums set in you know the album is gonna rip it up harder,faster,and crazier then ever before. fbtmof play a sound that is similar to converge and the blood brothers but with an attitude that is more akin to every time i die. sure they arent exactly orriginal but they do what they do very well. the screamed vocals sound like a mix of jake bannon and dan from zao while the shouted/singing vocals remind me of lower pitched blood brothers. this band also writes some great lyrics even if they are repeated more on art damage then on OHPS. the only complaint that can be said about this band is that there are better bands out there that are doing what they do but that shouldnt keep anyone from listening to this band because they are also very young and have alot of potential. i think within a few years they could release there masterpiece. still this is a great album and a great way to spend 28 min.

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Chris from Bowling Green, OH 
Feb 10 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

WARNING: For hardhardhardcore listeners only. Otherwise you are likely to just hear static and noise. This is wayyy different than Odd How People Shake in that there are basically no "emo" vocals. It's pure, straighforward, unadulterated insanity. A few months ago, I would have given it a 5, but then I bought their earlier work and I realized that when you read the lyrics to Art Damage, there is lots of repitition in each song. I have to give it a 4. It's still worth the money, though. Just don't expect a friendly experience.

 
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