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Killswitch Engage

As Daylight Dies

Roadrunner 618058

Released on November 21, 2006


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Average Customer Rating: 3 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Daylight Dies  0%
2 This Is Absolution  0%
3 The Arms Of Sorrow  0%
4 Unbroken  0%
5 My Curse  0%
6 For You  0%
7 Still Beats Your Name  0%
8 Eye Of The Storm  0%
9 Break The Silence  0%
10 Desperate Times  0%
11 Reject Yourself  0%
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Shawn from Auckland, New Zealand 
Feb 6 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

A solid album, though boring and cliched at times.

Killswitch Engage, for many (myself included), was a 'gateway' band for listeners into the metal/hardcore crossover genre. While they may have up-ed the ante from previous releases, there is nothing ground-breaking about this record.

'As Daylight Dies' is well-produced (naturally, with Adam D at the helm) and has enough hooks to keep your foot tapping. But the record lacks a lingering aftertaste.

Definitely worth a listen; just don't put in on 'Repeat'.



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Chris from London, ON Canada 
Dec 15 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Its good and I like Killswitch Engage but they really didn't write a new record. It sounds like The End Of Heartache. TEOH was really good one of my better heavy albums but I already know that album so I would much rather listen to that one. Good music but could have been leftover from their previous album.





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