Fight Like Hell is a non stop DIY touring machine. Cherry picking the best hardcore musicians in town, they have grown in leaps and bounds as a unit since their conception in 2005 on the road. Fight Like Hell played over 200 shows in 2006, hitting every major city in the states as well as the forgotten podunk towns. With a sound that warrants comparisons to MADBALL, FIRST BLOOD, and THE WARRIORS. The re-issue of Rabid as Wolves features re-mixed and re-mastered audio and four brand new songs dubbed Letters from the Dead recorded in April of 2007.
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Anthony from Colorado Springs, CO
Dec 31 2008
Great CD from Denver Hardcore. I like everything about this record, especcially the creativity in "Rabid as Wolves", "Burn Bright", and "Way Past November". These songs have styles that ussually aren't found in hardcore in the guitar work. I would give this CD a 5 but the reissue kinda sucks compared to the orginal versions of the first 10 tracks. I bought this for the bonus 4 and there all sick. The original songs were remixed and re master and I'm not a fan of the job the dude did. Comparing it to the original the drums are way too loud and even slowed down in "In Guts We Trust". Now if your not a person who has listen to the orinal version I'm sure this would bother you. But if your like me and own the first Rabid as Wolves from 2006 you may not enjoy the new mix job!