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When Forever Comes Crashing Down

Equal Vision 41

Released on April 14, 1998

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 11 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 My Unsaid Everything Voted #1  22%
2 The High Cost Of Playing God  7%
3 In Harms Way  5%
4 Conduit Voted #2  20%
5 The Lowest Common Denominator  6%
6 Towing Jehovah  5%
7 When Forever Comes Crashing  4%
8 Ten Cents  4%
9 Year Of The Swine  9%
10 Letterbomb  4%
11 Love As Arson Voted #3  13%
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Luke from Saint Joseph, MI 
Mar 23 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Yet, another masterpiece from Converge. I honestly can't see any flaw in this band whatsoever. I don't know what else to say...this is in no way a let down. That is, if you listen to good music

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Dave from Whitby, ON Canada 
Sep 2 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is the transitional album from Petitioning the Empty Sky to Jane Doe - so it's still got that metal feel from the early days, but it has gotten much faster, technical, and scary. I think this is much better than PTES, but worse than Jane Doe. The crazy instrumentals on this cd are not as structured as Jane Doe, and in the end seem almost awkward at times. The vocals have gone from more of a hardcore yell to an alien screeching, and I for one appreciate more, as it is very distinctive to Converge ... although some other bands do use the same approach (Curl Up And Die - I'm looking in your direction). Lastly, the recording quality on this cd is 100 times better than on Petitioning, but I heard this might be re-issued with better mastering. So perhaps you should hold off on this purchase if you are thinking of buying this in the near future. Oh, and the best tracks are In Harm's Way, Towing Jehova, and Year of the Swine.

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Patrick from Urbandale, IA 
May 11 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What a great album. I couldn't expect anything else from an awesome band like Converge. The songs are beautifully written. Jacob's vocals are excellent. The rythme section kicks ass as usual. The guitars are very heavy and melodic. However, if you haven't invested time into Converge(Shame on you), you should buy Jane Doe. It's there newest and really eccentuates the bands interest in love, heartache, lose and revenge. Trully an original and extremely talented band. Their new album "You Fail Me" should be coming this year. I can't wait.

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John from Stafford, VA 
Jan 29 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Towing Jehova is the best song...and it's on this album. If you like Converge don't hesitate buy it now. NOW.

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Dave from Bridgewater, MA 
Aug 6 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I really like this CD even though my favorite is Jane Doe... They have some really great songs on here... I suggest buying the Hellfest DVD also...

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Philip from Cornwall, United Kingdom 
Mar 31 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

oh yes! brutal as fuck and if you like converge and dont have this then buy this bad boy now, i would say if you dont know converge buy jane doe first, but if your looking for another one get this, the songs are manic,well thought threw and blow most of this crappy emo/screamo shit out the window. i love it,just a word of advice - dont listen to this trying to get to sleep it gives you nightmares, mine were all wierd and i woke up all scared arrrrrggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!

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Lisa from Brooklyn, NY 
Jan 8 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This album is great, but gets a bit .... blaaah half way through. Still a great cd from a great band, any fan of Converge should own this album regardless.

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Daniel from Manassas, VA 
Dec 5 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's a converge album. What more do you need to know? They are an amazing band and this is an amazing album. They totally deliver. It is as vicious as could be and the vocals are amazing. I recommend this cd to anyone and everyone.

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Chris from Houston, TX 
Dec 4 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Out of all the Converge releases, this is definitely not my favorite. It's too abrasive to a fault, and at times it gets a little too sludgey. If you want to get a Converge release, I'd recommend either Jane Doe or the Poacher Diaries split.

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Karen from Doylestown, PA 
Oct 11 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

out of all of the converge cds this would rank at the bottom of the lsit. dont get me wrong, i absolutly love converge but compared to jane doe and petitioning the empty sky this cd is decent. its worth its money but i suggest if u havent gotten jane doe or petitioning the empty sky, save your money for those. oh and my name is not karen its owen, something went wrong with the thing-a mabob

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