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Hail Horror


Released on February 7, 2006


Hailing from the streets of Seattle, Himsa's continually evolving, but forever heavy sound is probably more fitting for the rain capital of the United States than any other Seattleities before them. Where many a day day are dark, gloomy, and soaking wet, Himsa's music, whether coincidentally or not just reflects the city's dreary atmosphere. Hail Horror, the follow up to 2003's critically acclaimed Courting Tragedy And Disaster, very much continues in that vein.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Anathema Voted #3  17%
2 Sleezevil Voted #1  29%
3 The Destroyer Voted #2  25%
4 Pestilence  4%
5 Wither  4%
6 Wolfchild  13%
7 Seminal  0%
8 They Speak In Swarms  0%
9 Calling In Silent  0%
10 Send Down Your Reign  8%
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Nicke from Bolingbrook, IL 
Dec 4 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Everyones raving over Summon In Thunder but I think thats Himsas worst CD...Its just the best produced. Courting Tragedy And Disaster was really good for its rawness and Hail Horror is absolutely wicked. They have a very metal sound with hardcore elements thrown in. Id recommend this if you like bands like Nora-Remembering Never-Darkest Hour-God Forbid and Arise+Ruin

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