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Wings Of Azrael

Suspension Of Disbelief

Bridgeport Entertainment 1

Released on May 4, 2004



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Wings of Azrael’s debut release, “Suspension of Disbelief” is now available through Bridgeport Entertainment. Every song is an artistic portrayal of each band members every day life. Mixing emotionally aroused lyrics with the potent stench of hardcore makes this album stand out from any other. From beginning to end, this album will fill you with an angelic rage only to leave you with a horrific ease. If you are a fan of bands like: Coheed and Cambria, Thursday, This Day Forward, The Beautiful Mistake, Atreyu, or Saosin this CD is a must have for any diehard underground music fan.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 14 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Auburn Road Voted #3  22%
2 Ceramic Voted #2  29%
3 A Breath That Ends What Chokes Begin Voted #1  31%
4 Autumn In July  17%
5 Ellipses  1%
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Bev from Mackay, Australia 
Dec 13 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

poor production, but a great cd their debut lp should be awesome

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Jonathan from Greensburg, PA 
Dec 14 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Good cd........my band has played some shows with them in Charloi, PA, and they are great guys and a great band. Support this band. Expect big things from them.

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Aaron from Fort Collins, CO 
Oct 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

WOA are a great band. Buy their cd and support them. THey blend many genres together and have one of the most unique sounds that kicks ass. Buy it!

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Grant from Lubbock, TX 
Oct 2 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

This album sucks. It really does. It's like an AFI C.D. or something. And that's as low as I can go. It's poppy, whiney and just nostaligic in a really shitty, mundane way. Also, just like AFI, they have no real interesting lyrics, riffs; the music just sucks.

Do yourself a favor, check out something good; if you want whiney, check out None More Black, it's emo but it's still driving punk. If you want something original, check out These Arms Are Snakes. Nostalgic and smart. Fuck this C.D.

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John from Carmel, IN 
Jul 31 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

what generic crap. dont' waste your damn money. i was severly dissappoined to find the generic crap also came in acoustic form FREE WITH CD PURCHASE. seriously. if you haven't heard bear vs shark or the new my chemical romance or vaux, then you shoudld't wase your money.

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Christian from Magdeburg, Germany 
Jun 17 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

First I need to say that I really love this EP. It's awesome and there isn't one bad song on it. The sound reminds me a little bit of Emery but maybe it's just because they both use a keyboard along with their screamo style...

Buy the CD now if you still haven't. For just $8 it's not that expensive and you won't be disappointed!!!

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Chris from Grand Forks, ND 
Jun 16 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I've never heard of this band until I got on this site. I listened to the MP3 sample and it was okay so I bought the CD. I'm glad I did. It blew my mind. The only shortfall was that it only had a few tracks. But this band is definately worth checking out. They need to put out another CD stat

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Mark from Monongahela, PA 
May 20 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I have literally watched this band grow from a small local band, to a successful touring band. Everywhere I go, I see Wings Of Azrael shirts, and it's really good to see a local band grow. This CD, in short, is incredible. Every track on the album shows not only the talent of the members, but their ability to fuse different genres of music into an absolutely beautiful compilation of sounds. The keyboards and vocals create the foundation, the drumming and guitars take it the rest of the way. If they release another album, I hope it sounds half as good as this one did.

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Mike from Sharpsville, PA 
May 15 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

At first, I thought this CD was just mediocre music with mediocre vocals. Then, with my second listen I noticed how great the music and vocals were and how well they fit together. This CD has the raw emotion of Thursday's Waiting, lyrics like Silverstein (buy their new CD and see them live) only somehow with more emotion, and the musicianship of Moneen. Not too shabby for a debut. Plus they're from Pittsburgh, which isn't too far from my home. All the songs are excellent especially Autumn in July, Ceramic, and A Breath That Ends What Chokes Begin. There is something about this CD. Its refreshing and different than the cliche "emo-core". Don't buy this if you are so hardcore that you can't stand to hear the beauty of the melody. Otherwise, its worth every penny.

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Jean-philippe from Québec, PQ Canada 
May 10 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

It's a very good EP. First thing I noticed is that "Auburn Road" really stands out of the rest of the songs. I also enjoyed "A Breath That Ends What Chokes Begin" For only 8$, you get unexpected tempo variation, some great screaming and melodic parts that everyone will enjoy. I can see a This Day Forward influence a some points but you can cross Coheed & Cambria & Atreyu in the EP description. Overall it's very good, buy it now.

 
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