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Scars Of Tomorrow

Rope Tied to the Trigger

Victory 2142

Released on February 24, 2004


Rope Tied To The Trigger" is a musical fusion of hostility and aggression with plenty of mosh parts - met with sensuous melodic guitar segments and earnest lyrics. The SoCal metalcore scene continues to develop; and SCARS OF TOMORROW will be an integral contributor to its evolution.

SCARS OF TOMORROW starting writing and recording shortly after getting together, releasing "All Things Change" in 2001 and the more recognized "Design Your Fate" in 2003 on Thorp Records. They picked up two new members including Chris on drums and Dave on guitar, which ended up keeping the band completely focused. All five members of SCARS OF TOMORROW share the same vision - maintaining artistic integrity and making music that other people can relate to, while concurrently exorcising their own personal demons.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 To Watch You Burn  13%
2 Abandonment Voted #1  25%
3 As We Choke  13%
4 Suffocating Words Voted #2  21%
5 Will Hell Arise  0%
6 Reflections  8%
7 From My Existence  0%
8 Break The Fall  0%
9 The Face of Fear  4%
10 In Dying Days  0%
11 Design Your Fate Voted #3  17%
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Ryan from Dunmore, PA 
Apr 5 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Considering this was early Scars, I enjoyed it much more than the failure in drowning, but not quite as much The Horror of Realization, it got the job done. Scars will be a greatly missed metalcore band and if you're a fan you wanna pick this one up. The opening track gets you into it and before you know the cd is over.

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