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Fall Of Efrafa

OWSLA

Fight For Your Mind 31

Released on March 25, 2007

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Pity The Weak Voted #1  42%
2 A Soul To Bare Voted #2  25%
3 Lament  0%
4 Last But Not Least Voted #3  17%
5 The Fall Of Efrafa  17%
6 No Longer Human  0%
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Nick from Astoria, NY 
Sep 16 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Part one of their "Warren of Snares" trilogy. Heavy, melodic crust of the epic variety, with long, massive, varied songs, built up big with beautiful arrangements and topped off with some very poetic and emotional lyrics. They make use of a cello on this record but don't overuse it. There are several overused comparisons I'm avoiding, but I will say this reminds me of Remains of the Day. Great record.

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Erik from Trondheim, Norway 
Sep 3 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great fucking record! 5 songs filled with melody, crust and anger. They have a cello-player in the band, I guess that will be the new thing in crust now... First in line of 3 albums.








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