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As Cities Burn

Son, I Loved You At Your Darkest

Solid State

Released on June 21, 2005

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In August 2002, As Cities Burn was forged from the remnants of several local south Louisiana bands. The band quickly became known and recognized on the Baton Rouge scene for their passionate and energetic live show. Word about the band spread rampantly while As Cities Burn began to play shows throughout all of Louisiana, gaining an extremely loyal following. In October of 2002, the band released a five song EP selling over 1,000 copies. With new material and further success of the band, As Cities Burn released their second EP in June of 2003 duplicating and surpassing the success of the first. With the addition of a new drummer, the summer of 2003 saw the completed band dropping out of college indefinitely. Each traded in their jobs and time with their girlfriends for a life in a van, in order to focus on spending as much time on the road as possible.

As Cities Burn began to tour full time in September of 2003. By February 2004 the band had covered the entire nation, playing nearly 100 shows in 6 months. The band played over 250 shows in 2004 without ANY label support. Now poised with their debut full-length, "Son, I loved You At Your Darkest" As Cities Burn are carving a name for themselves through undying devotion to life on the road and to each other

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Thus From My Lips, By Yours, My Sin Is Purged  7%
2 Love Jealous One, Love  8%
3 Incomplete Is A Leech  6%
4 Bloodsucker Pt. II Voted #3  15%
5 Terrible! How Terrible For The Great City! Voted #2  17%
6 The Widow Voted #1  21%
7 Wake Dead Man, Wake  5%
8 Admission : Regret  8%
9 One : Twentyseven  5%
10 Of Want And Misery : The Nothing That Kills  7%
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Sean from Salt Lake City, UT 
Jan 30 2008 Rating: 1/5 Stars

This CD was a HORRIBLE dissapointment to me. Now, I actually heard their new CD, Come Now Sleep, FIRST and though "these guys are really good. I should get their old CD." I knew that there was screaming in this and not the new one and I LOVE screaming, but this screaming is a disaster. Any fan of screamo out there knows there is good screaming, and bad screaming, and this is definately BAD screaming. The guitars are no better. On the new album there is a lot of sick, intricate guitar work, and with a couple of very short-lived exceptions, there just simply isn't any on this record. Everything about this CD is bad, bad, bad. I would'nt recomend this to ANYONE, and I don't even understand how they got a record deal off this garbage. This CD will be traded in at my local CD store the very next time I go in.

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Daniel from Sarasota, FL 
Feb 23 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is an amazing CD period. The lyrics are beautiful and The Widow is just amazing. Good band from a good record label. Despite a close breakup, they stuck together and are gonna release one more album. Can't wait to see how that's gonna be like. Check this album out.





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