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In Reverent Fear

Written In The A.M.

Anxiety 4

Released on March 11, 2003

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1st week exclusive for Interpunk. If you listen to one new band in 2003 make sure it's this one! Love and movement go hand in hand, and they are both real. This, in essence, is in reverent fear. The band’s new effort, “Written in the A.M.,” is an unsettling work of resentment and recovery. Representing true, unbarred human emotion, “Written in the A.M.” is a departure from previous work and a step into pure honesty and brazen shots into the heart of past ventures as well as present hope. It is an intense record that is undeniably pure in intent and linear assembly. It should dishearten and wreck, only to allow a clear picture of resurrection to come into focus.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 27 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Bright Eyes Under Blue Night Skies Voted #1  22%
2 Yearbook Signing Party Voted #2  16%
3 Santa Ana  10%
4 Madison  8%
5 Fold And Tear Voted #3  16%
6 The Beggers  8%
7 Stick Figure Makeover  5%
8 It Taste Like Water  11%
9 18  4%
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Steve from Pittsburgh, PA 
Dec 2 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

In Reverent Fear's Written In The A.M. is a solid mix of hardcore, screamo, and indie rock. It's slightly original and filled with a lot of heart and good musicianship. It's definately better than From Autumn To Ashes and A Static Lullaby so don't let those comparisons bother anyone is into more underground screamo bands. I would have to say it is a cross between Fear Before The March Of Flames, Glassjaw, and The December Drive. I would have to say that the song Stick Figure Makeover sounds like a mix of old Dillinger Escape Plan and Botch. So it does have some slower tunes on here and some heavy ass shit as well.

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Nick from North Port, FL 
Mar 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Despite the fact that there is only 9 songs on this cd, it is a still a great-sounding album. A very nice blend of screaming an talented vocals. This band, unlike most bands, has both creative lyrics, and creative guitar riffs. This cd is highly recommended for people who like the hardcore/screamo sound.

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Eric from Stein, Netherlands 
Feb 11 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

hmm... i like the first song, but i didn't even listen throught the entire cd. not catchy enough i guess. not very special either. i'm sorry..

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Carlos from Los Angeles, CA 
Jan 1 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

These dudes are gonna make it big if they continue to do what they are doing and expand there sound and im surprised how well love juice did for them these guys are a bit like underoath not extremly so if you are wanting underoath get underoath they have there owen sound they are hard at times and then get soft i havent really had a chance to hear this too much but the couple of songs ive heard are good

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Jonah from Ramsgate, Kent, United Kingdom 
Nov 21 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is your pretty generic metalcore, but these guys pull it off well. Brilliant vocals and guitars, and very nicely produced. Think poison the well's 'opposite of december' if they turned up the singing. Best track on here has got to be 'bright eyes under blue night skies'.

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Michael from Johnson City, NY 
Oct 19 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you like mostly screaming and a little singing then this c.d. is for you. They are nothing like From Autumn To Ashes so dont listen to the rest of these jack off's.Impress your freinds with something new and buy this c.d. .........BITCHES!

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Brian from Huntington Station, NY 
Sep 4 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I heard them when this cd first came out but their cd was never sold near me so I forgot about them. To tell you the truth they aren't very unique. They are like every other, if you call it, "screamo" band out there. But they do a god damn good fucking job on it.

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David from Baytown, TX 
Feb 29 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Takes a few listens to really appreaciate. At first the only good thing about this album was the singer's scream, but after a while it kind've grows on you. Defenitely this is not similiar to From Autumn To Ashes.

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Linda from Newport Beach, CA 
Feb 27 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is great. The singing and screaming is great. Theses guys are great. The guitarist is great. Although he isn't in the band anymore it is a awesome cd, Im me on aol if you'd like to know more.... punkerdag67

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David from Clackamas, OR 
Jan 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is definately worth the money. It's like Underoath, Hopesfall and Self Destruct had a kid and In Reverent Fear came out of it. I love how they integrate their faith into their songs, its pretty cool. Definately one of the up and coming hardcore bands out there.

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