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When Everything Falls

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Overview

There¹s something so incendiary about a solid metal show that pulls an audience in, one by one. With a wailing lead guitar combined with throaty growls and an explosion of moshing onlookers, metal allures the masses to join, and then doesn¹t let go. It¹s no wonder then that Indiana-born Haste the Day have charmed audiences with that same flurry of their musical onslaught.

Details

  • SKU: 0724386056702
  • UPC: 724386056702
  • Title: When Everything Falls
  • Publisher: Solid State
  • Release Date: Jun 28, 2005
  • Format: Album
  • Media: Compact Disc
  • Music Categories: Alternative/Modern, Metal
  • Weight lbs: 0.21
  • Dimensions: 5.00" L x 5.66" W x 0.39" H
  • Features: Lyrics Included, Price on Product
  • Category: ALTERNATIVE MUSIC
  • Subject: Christian - Alternative & Indie

Review

A hearty, not hasty follow-up

Between the respectable 2004 debut Burning Bridges and tour time with As I Lay Dying, Zao and Strung Out, Indianapolis’ Haste the Day is a hot shot prospect in the current metalcore myriad. Sure, the scene is getting cluttered, but this band bends beyond the predictable rage, thanks to the dueling vocals of Brennan Chaulk and James Ryan, a ruthless rhythm section and hammering percussion.

Several assertive instances can be traced throughout the sophomore CD When Everything Falls, which is thematically based upon standing firm in one’s beliefs. The title cut perhaps best embodies this concept, along with searing and strident sonic qualities. The furious instrumental approach to “Walk On” lays the heavy handed foundation for a message of moving on from past mistakes, while “For a Lifetime” bellows with back and forth screams from Ryan and harmonies by Chaulk. Though a less intense cover of the Goo Goo Dolls “Long Way Down” could’ve been omitted, that finale doesn’t diminish from the otherwise heartfelt huskiness of Haste the Day.

ANDY ARGYRAKIS

Review Provided by CCMmagazine.com

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