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Rifles At Recess

To Whisper In Tongues

Tribunal 44

Released on July 15, 2003


RIFLES AT RECESS reside in the state of Tennessee, which is known best for its whiskey, but now RIFLES AT RECESS have surfaced and are ready to change that. To Whisper In Tongues is ten tracks of thrash metal with hardcore influence. Sure, it's quick and up tempo (reference 80's thrash bands, Kreator and Vio-lence) with plenty of machine gun double bass, but they also bring with them dance parts for all the kids who don't know what a circle pit is. Just as Prayer For Cleansing were able to successfully combine melodic Swedish death metal and dance floor hardcore, RIFLES AT RECESS are surely going to be able to fill the void that opened when PFC decided to call it a day. If you are into bands such as Undying, Prayer For Cleansing, Caliban and Unearth, RIFLES AT RECESS are a must for your collection.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Downfall Of Roman Catholicism And How It Directly Affected Kevin Smith  8%
2 Dance On Your Grave Voted #1  33%
3 No Evil Angels  8%
4 Heroes Vs. Harlots  8%
5 Custom Made Backstabber  8%
6 My Apologies To The Walking Dead Voted #2  17%
7 I Died 20 Times In 1986  4%
8 Sporus in The Theater  0%
9 Here's To Broken Boys Voted #3  13%
10 Gone  0%
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Jonathan from Staten Island, NY 
Mar 15 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this was a okay cd. Great breakdowns that will have the dance floor moving. good guitars and drums. The vocals are a bit weak, needed more power, but it was good so get it!

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Justin from Wellington, FL 
Jun 25 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

wow. this is sick! everyone i show this to they love it as well! Some of the best metalcore right here, i couldnt pick a favorite song off of the whole cd. just buy this. if you are in any which way disapointed, honestly, you should just kill yourself cause you really have no clue.

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Jarrett from Tucson, AZ 
Nov 18 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

great album. most songs do sound similar, but there is so much that is so unique and creative within this record that it doesnt matter. unfortunately they broke up, but thankfully they left this record behind. i really enjoy. download "dance on your grave" and decide for yourself.

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Eric from Stein, Netherlands 
Apr 24 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is top of the league metal! thrash metal! it's great! and melodic too, it has that emo-metal feeling to it.. the riffs are beautiful and agressive, with a couple of nice breakdowns spread through the album.. the vocals really fit the music..only "problem" is that they may seem a little bit backgroundish.. but more credit for the instrumental features.. which are great! this is a really fresh and fast metal album!

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Bowen from Rochester, NY 
Mar 29 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

FUCKING MADNESS!!! I read several other reviews of this CD and a lot of people thought it was somewhat unoriginal and nothing very new. I certainly have not heard anything like it before. My friend burned me the CD a couple months ago, and I have grown to like it so much that I felt more than compelled to buy it. It's that good!! Fantastic drumming: it can vary between quite creative use of cymbols and fills to all out smash-your-head-thru-the-wall thrashing at six hundred miles an hour and fist-pounding double bass drums (similar to what you might hear from Dimmu Borgir). Holy fuckin shit... The vocals are rad, too. It took me several listens to get into them. I could be wrong, but I think it is one guy who sounds like two different people. The primary vocals remind me of the singer of From Ashes Rise with a little more grrrr, but the breakdown vocals (I'm talking out of my ass) are super low-pitched, gut wrenching growls. As crazy as much of the guitar work is, most of it is actually quite melodic. I RECOMEND THIS TO ANYBODY AND EVERYBODY!! ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO LIKE HARDCORE/METALCORE OR PURE ENERGY MANIFESTED IN GOOD FUCKING MUSIC!!!

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Lee from Hertfordshire, United Kingdom 
Jan 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The last I'd heard, Rifles At Recess had broken up which would be a shame coz this cd kills it! RAR play the swedish death metal style but incorporate a ton of mosh parts. The band they remind me of most would be Prayer For Cleansing. Stand-out tracks for me are 'Dance On Your Grave', 'Heroes vs Harlots' and 'Here's To Broken Boys'. Tribunal have once again found one of the best metallic hardcore bands and this is a must have for fans of Prayer For Cleansing, Endthisday, Arkangel and Caliban.

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Matthew from Biddeford, ME 
Aug 15 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

First off, Rifles at Recess is one of the lamest band names of all time, but that's excusable because "To Whisper in Tongues" has turned out to be the surprise metal CD of the year, for me. This is seriously good metal, on the lines of Darkest Hour, Hamartia, Falling Cycle amd the likes. It's completely worth your cold hard cash. Some of the songs sound the same, but it's still a great CD, buy it!

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