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My Bitter End

A Thin Line Between Heaven And Here

Innerstrength 4

Released on December 16, 2003

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My Bitter End’s debut album “A Thin Line Between Heaven and Here” is a brutal onslaught of musical styles. This album is comprised of vicious vocals, grind, death, hardcore, and all out metal to catchy harmonies, double bass poundings, and pit inciting breakdowns. Their songs range from technical to melodic to just plain brutal. My Bitter End is quickly becoming a staple in the Northeast hardcore scene due to their intense live shows and level of crowd participation. They are now poised to become the next big band in the scene. Over 40 minutes of extreme music for fans of BTBAM, Unearth, and The Red Chord.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Intro  0%
2 Stop Drop And Roll Bitch Voted #2  17%
3 Neck First  7%
4 May My Wrists Match My Heart  10%
5 666x0=  7%
6 Hell's Nice This Time Of Year  10%
7 Bury It All Voted #3  17%
8 The Smell Of Dead Hookers In August Voted #1  20%
9 Letting Go  10%
10 A Thin Line Between Heaven And Her  0%
11 Go Go Gorilla Nutz  3%
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Daniel from Sarasota, FL 
Jan 7 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Eh, it's alright. Nothing special. Their newest album "The Renovation" is a lot better. But that's if you like semi-grindcore. This is more of a metal-core/hardcore/screamo kind of thing. If you're a dedicated fan, buy it. If not, skip it.

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