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Evergreen Terrace

Burned Alive By Time

Eulogy 42

Released on November 26, 2002

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This disc is the long awaited follow up to the seminal Losing All Hope Is Freedom. On their Eulogy debut, ET establish themselves as one of the true visionaries of the underground, effortlessly blending the melodies and drive of Cave In, with the ferocious power of modern favorites like 18 Visions. This record is truly a milestone release.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 21 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Understanding The Fear That Lies Within Voted #3  14%
2 No Donnie, These Men Are Nihilist Voted #1  20%
3 Burned Alive By Time  13%
4 Dear Live Journal Voted #2  17%
5 Funeral Grade Flowers  6%
6 My Heart Beats In Breakdowns  6%
7 Taking Care OF Dead Fish  9%
8 Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em  3%
9 Absence Of Purpose In The Succession Of Events  1%
10 Heavy Number One (Aka: Shizzle My Nizzle)  13%
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Gert Erik from Aurland, Norway 
Sep 5 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I guess I expected too much from these guys. There´s no doubt about that they´re a skilful band, but they don´t show it when they palm-mute the same dark hardcore-chord too much of the time just to make the album complete. some of the transitions between the parts are bad too, and should have been done more fluent. But even though it might seem so, I don´t think this is a bad album. It contains many awesome tracks, that will send chills through your spine. track 1-5, and track 7 are all good, "headbangable" songs, and I love the secret track!

3 and a half star.

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James from Sierra Madre, CA 
Jul 10 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

heavy as fuck in some spots. some of the songs are pretty slow and brutal but evergreen terrace is definately a choice favorite on the east coast scene. taking care of the dead fish along with funeral grade flowers. five stars.

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Nick from Mooresville, NC 
Apr 17 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you believe Mike from IL that FATA is a talented band, then this CD isn't for you. If you like hardcore, a cover of a depeche mode song, and some great music, then buy this cd. They put on great shows, too. Buy this CD, or all your friends will beat on you.

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Dennis from Valdosta, GA 
Mar 15 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

one of the greatest hardcore bands delivers one of the greatest cds of all time. if you're a hardcore fan this is a cd you must not go without. all of the songs are awesome especially Understanding the Fear Lies Within. Taking Care of Dead Fish and Dear Live Journal are also awesome. so if you have the money and like hardcore you must get this album it's definitely worth the money.

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

Awesome cd. Got it when it first came out. But it is a awesome cd. Number #1 and and 4 5 6 are the best songs. This is a must buy. Get it. Little different from the old album. But that is what makes it good

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Mike from Oakbrook, IL 
Nov 4 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This CD sucked....it just plods along throughout the whole CD. Nothing stands out on it. There are a ton of better hardcore bands out there like Hopesfall, FATA, and Atreyu. Don't bother with this one.

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Derrick from Miami, FL 
Sep 10 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Very pretty melody mixed with breakdowns that crush all in sight. A lot more generic than their first CD, but a fun CD for fans of mosh nonetheless.

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Sammy from Houston, TX 
Sep 8 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well, what can I say about Evergreen Terrace? they are AMAZING. I've been a fan of theirs for quite some time now, ever since I purchased their "Losing All Hope Is Freedom" album, which is also good by the way, I just kind of like this album a bit more. There isnt a song on this album that I dont love. I bought this CD several months ago and when it arrived at my doorstep, I must admit, I was a bit hesitant to listen to it. I guess I was scared it might suck compared to their previous album, so it just sat on my nightstand for about a week until I finally got up the courage to listen to it. I wasnt at all excited about listening to it, but when I put it on my stereo and it started playing, my jaw just totally fucking dropped. I remember thinking to myself, "wow, heavy...nice" but I was still kind of pessimistic about it. I was like, "ok, so the first song's pretty good, so fucking what? I bet the rest of the album is shit..." Needless to say, I was wrong. TOTALLY wrong. I was already headbanging along to the music by the second song and didnt stop till the CD was over, but then I played the CD again and continued to headbang along... Ok, so basically, if you want something with alot of screaming in it, killer breakdowns (ya know, the thick and slow ones that make you want to shit your pants), heavy, yet surprisingly catchy and melodic at the same time, you need this album. This album may not be fast, but its heavy as fuck. Evergreen Terrace is now one of my all time favorite bands because of this album. 'Nuff said.

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Jon from Boulder City, NV 
Sep 5 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Oh baby, oh baby! Evergreen Terrace ripping it up on Eulogy straight from Florida. It seems Florida and OC are breeding the masters of metalcore. The breakdowns are great, still havent found that breakdown that makes me want to lose my mind, but this one will hold me over. There is a song named My Heart Beats in Breakdowns. Altough there isn't a long breakdown in it. It sort of got my hopes up. The rest of the album is unbelieveable. Really heavy and powerful. Lyrics are a little to positive for me. I suggest Red Roses for Blue Ladys. Heavy and very dark and disturbing lyrics. Evergreen is still going to live on in metalcore history.

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Adam from Maidenhead, United Kingdom 
Jul 1 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

If you were to look in the dictionary and combine the word "Average" and the word "Screamo", there would probably be a picture of this cd.

So average

 
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