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I Am The End

Clear Skies Never Promise A Happy Day

Noise Bleed 1

Released on August 3, 2005

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Clear Skies Never Promise A Happy Day is I Am The End's debut release. This album is packed with raw and chaotic vocals with the addition of etchy grindcore tendencies and instrumentals to go along with it! Purchase a copy today, you'll have no regrets!

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# Song Name Popularity
1 To Hell And Back In A Buggy Carriage  0%
2 Speed Production  0%
3 The Masterbatorium  0%
4 She's The Frozen Sea  0%
5 What Happened To The Loving, Laughing Girl In The Gingham Dress  0%
6 Peace, Love, And Two Stabbed  0%
7 Interlude  0%
8 You Can't Hug Your Children With Nuclear Arms  0%
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Doug from Walpole, MA 
Feb 24 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

As with most Screamo/Grindcore bands, this record isnt recorded that good, yet it is, nonetheless, still a real good CD. Most of the songs seem to be heavily recorded around bass and you can easily tell the influences from a band such as Daughters. This album, in my oppinion, was worth every penny i spent, even though it had only 8 songs, the creativity and technicallity makes up for the short lenght. My favorite song on this album is deffanitly "She's The Frozen Sea".

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