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From Ashes Rise

Nightmares

(Members From Tragedy, World Burns To Death)

Jade Tree 88

Released on October 14, 2003

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Three full lengths into their career, Portland via Tennessee subversives FROM ASHES RISE unleash their most harrowing dissention among a barrage of devastating and seditious musical ferocity. Armed with anger as their energy and backed by achingly severe riffs, unforgiving beats, and ramrod snarls, the band wades through the protests, the thievery, the disillusion, and the ultimate tragedy of the modern world. Recorded at Studio Litho (DEFTONES, SOUNDGARDEN) with Matt Bayles (BOTCH, BLOOD BROTHERS) and members are currently involved in TRAGEDY and WORLD BURNS TO DEATH.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 13 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Reaction Voted #2  23%
2 Hell In The Darkness Voted #1  24%
3 They  5%
4 Final Goodbye Voted #3  10%
5 On The Fray  1%
6 Nightmares  9%
7 Noise  3%
8 Inner Beast  3%
9 Interlude  0%
10 Mandate  9%
11 Bloodlust  10%
12 In A Free Land  3%
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Alex from West Olive, MI 
Jun 3 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

whoa, this album sooo damn good. almost every track is great. a few just kidna get lost in it but whatever. its just really good hardcore with medlodic riffs. the vocalist has an awsome voice. these guys are great. pick this up if you can. worth every penny.

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Howard from Bethesda, MD 
Jun 24 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Pretty good, I guess. Melodic "stadium crust" in the vein of Tragedy. It doesn't really have any staying power for me - I was wowed when I first heard it, but I barely listen to it now. Not as good as Tragedy, by a long shot. Still , if you're into the whole Portland scene/melodic crust thingy, this is probably FAR's definitive album, so go ahead and get it.

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Sharky from Middleburg, FL 
Nov 4 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Wow. I haven't heard punk like this in awhile. I was truly impressed when I stumbled upon them one day. And another thing is its good to see them stay true to punk and not go on the tv or none of that shit. Great band, heavy, fast, everything a great punk band wants; this band has. I would have given it 5 stars, but the last song on the cd I find to be unlistenable.

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Mohammad Safiye from Singapore, Singapore 
Oct 6 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Hell yeah!!!! this is one hell of a great record..!!!i'm totally blown away!!!! i'm impressed...better than their previous...hail FROM ASHES RISE!!!!

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John from Huntington, WV 
Jun 28 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

These guys are fucking great! With that said "Nightmares" is truly a must have. Whether you like hardcore or punk you should be druling on yourself by the time you finish the record. Form fast hardcore punk anthems to sludgy doom grooves this record is dark, gloomy and just fucking fantastic.

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Romain from Manchester, United Kingdom 
Mar 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Holy shit! This record fuckin smokes! I've been a "fan" of FAR for quite a few years now and this is maybe their best offering so far. Well I quite miss the rawness of their early releases which were also more rageous and pissed off if you ask me. Here the sound is very well produced (quite unusual for a crusty band hey!). What you have here is the perfect mix between early Neurosis, some HHIG, a bit of Amebix and D-beat stuff as well. Well it is truely great, heavy yet meolodic, hopeless and desperate yet beautiful. I love this band. Too bad they half sold out... Anyway FAR are still fuckin awesome, and this record thanks to its clean production can also attract a wider audience than the usual legion of crusties already into FAR. Top notch for sure.

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Agnes from Dunkirk, NY 
Jan 31 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Good Cd. Good Hardcore. Vocals get annoying after awhile. Wish there was some melody or something. Overall good music.

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Randy from Longview, TX 
Dec 24 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is wonderful! It really proves how talented this band is. I wish they still sold their first CD and I would buy it in a heartbeat.

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Jason from Kirkland, WA 
Nov 14 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is what punk rock is all about. Anyone tired of all the lame ass emo/screamo crap, this is for you. Punk rock with some balls and some substance. Kinda reminds me of Final Conflict in that sense.

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Bear from Alexandria, VA 
May 24 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I saw these guys live with Strike Anywhere and was impressed. Discharge inspired political-hardcore-melodic-at-times-punk rock. Just pick this up and give it a listen if you like Discharge or Rise Against or Strike Anywhere.

 
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