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Everything Is Alive Everything Is Breathing Nothing Is Dead And Nothing...

Tooth & Nail

Released on November 16, 2004

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Before There Was Atlanta, Now There's Douglasville Voted #2  18%
2 Some Day In The Event That Mankind Actually Figures Out...  4%
3 Dialogue With A Question Mark  7%
4 Die Interviewer (I Am Only Speaking German)  8%
5 And Than, Came Then Voted #1  28%
6 The Company, The Comfort, The Grave Voted #3  9%
7 The Bullet Never Lies, And Time Will Prove All Things  5%
8 Yellow Dress: Locked Knees  8%
9 If Wishes Were Horses, More Beggars Would Ride Them  3%
10 Good Night My Lady, And A Forever Farewell  8%
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Pete from Ventura, CA 
Oct 20 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is fantastic. Great hooks. Great sound. Great amount of rock. very creepy feel and the banjo intro on one of the songs is awesome. definately an album to punch people in the face to.

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Daniel from Kent, United Kingdom 
Nov 9 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

And Then Came Then is pretty much life changing. One of the best hardcore songs you'll ever hear!!!

The rest of this album is brutal, and doesnt let up for a minute. Amazing stuff!!!.

Josh keeps his rep as the best hardcore frontman of his time, no contest!!!!

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Mike from Santa Cruz, CA 
Mar 7 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Love the raw sound of the recordings, which I think they lost on their newest EP (which is still good, just different). It's like a heavier Norma Jean, and without the long instrumentals. All breakdowns, all the time. It's cool, but they could really mix it up a little more.

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Anthony from Henderson, NV 
Feb 20 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

good cd. everything is put together awesome. sick ass breakdowns, and a banjo! any fan of the old norma jean will feel right at home with this cd. my only complaint is that it is too short. just clocked in at 28 minutes. but other then that, its awesome. and everyone should buy it.

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Steven from San Diego, CA 
Jan 30 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is sick. buy this and i promise you wont be dissappointed. if you like norma jean you will obviously like these guys.

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Chase from Bloomingdale, NY 
Dec 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is by far the original Norma Jean's singer's best work as to date. Hell Norma Jean breaking up like that and now making shitty music like that, and then The Chariot tearing out, this band is just amazing. Great raw hardcore sound, that you can not stop listening to. It doesn't get old. Even though a new band, they seem to have the best of the hardcore genre, overcoming all the other bands that fall into that category, a must by for any true hardcore fan.

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Douglas from Nashville, TN 
Sep 19 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Norma Jean's (you didn't expect a Chariot review without mention of Norma Jean, did you?) best work to date is definitely Bless The Martyr, Kiss The Child, mostly because of the intense vocals. So when I heard that front-man Josh Scogin had a new band, I was quite excited. The Chariot works with the intensity of Norma Jean, and only builds upon it. The Breakdowns are harder, the guitars or even more insane, and the vocals are actually beautiful. Everything a hardcore band needs...

The best part of The Chariot's freshmen release? The album does not get old. It is not the same song over and over, they all range from the blazing fast 'Yellow Dress: Locked knees', to the slow melodic 'And Then Came Then'. Sound clips and such like a banjo intro into 'Die Interviewer(I am only speaking German)' keep the sound fresh. Expect big big BIG things to come from one of the hardest working bands in new-wave hardcore.

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Ray from Boomer, NC 
Aug 22 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

when i heard thata josh had a new band i was filled with joy. the reviews i was reading made it soud like this the best ablum solid state had ever put out. that was a let down. it's not. don't get me wrong it's a good album but it's not norma jean. norma is still the best band on solid state.

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Nick from Sunderland, United Kingdom 
May 27 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Im a big 'Norma Jean' fan, so when I heard about their vocalist leaving to join 'The Chariot' it was a foregone conclusion that I'd get their album.

And glad I am of that. 'EIAEIBNIDANIB' is a very good album, its hardcore the way it should be, breakdowns and spastic riffs as usual. It also has some really nice touches such as the banjo interlude on one song and the sequencer triggered string section, violins and church choir vocals on 'And then, came then'.

If you like 'proper' hardcore, 'Norma Jean', christian rock or just want to listen to a raw album that throws some new stuff into the classic hardcore mix, then check this album out.

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