Three members of Disembodied and two of their friends have
joined forces to bring us a sound reminiscent of their earlier life,
with massive strides past what was ever accomplished then. Break-neck
speeds and technical perfection, you are treated to an explosion of
sound. This is the future of hardcore.
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Mike from Hailey, ID
Jun 10 2005
eh, i didnt enjoy this one nearly as much as "on earth as it is in hell". the voice is very repetitive. check out the new release and if you like it you can buy this one.
Chris from Bountiful, UT
Apr 23 2005
A very heavy cd, reminds a bit of Earth Crisis circa the Slither days with a little bit of that GOOD metal that only hardcore bands have invented and do well. Definitly so much better than their Victory release.
Austin from Cincinnati, OH
Feb 28 2005
XThis CD is great! They have a different singer than they did while they were still known as Disembodied (due to some "band disagreements") but it is still amazing. If you like Disembodied and Marty RADs new stuff than you should buy this. It still has the same twangy guitar as usual, but its all good. Recomemded for hardcore/metalcore fans. None of those soft gay emo kids. No complaints here!!!!!!X
Steven from San Antonio, TX
Apr 15 2004
holy hell this cd is heavy some great breakdowns and awesome vocals to bad the singer left but oh well still an awesom cd for fans of the great disembodied
Marcelo from Burke, VA
Oct 13 2003
fucking incredible. good metalcore out of the ashes of disembodied. listen to broken mouth and seventy five-twenty five and youll be sold. kinda weakens in the middle but its still all good