Now that it's trendy to combine grinding metallic guitars and hardcore
rhythms with heart-on-sleeve vocals and hum-along melodies, dozens of bands
are writing predictable songs that alter ingredient levels slightly in what
feels like a search for the the perfect recipe. Abandon Your Friends, the
new album by From Autumn to Ashes, shred and burn the recipe book
altogether. The result, according to MTV.com, is a split of six savage cuts
and six wispy rockers for a beautiful-as-it-is-brutal hardcore record.
Produced by GGGarth, From Autumn to Ashes once again deliver a honest,
tense, and original sound.
Reviews are written by people that purchased this item from Interpunk
Daniel from Las Vegas, NV
Sep 21 2005
I give this a 4, could have been a 5 but 1 or 2 too many slow songs. The lyrical content is pretty good stuff,I like how they address the issue of outfits becoming increasingly more important than the actual music.
Ruthe from Los Angeles, CA
Sep 6 2005
theyve matured musically i guess. this album is pretty good. way more soft songs than needed though.
Daniel from Salinas, CA
Sep 4 2005
well,once again fata does an amazing job. they never let me down.i love this cd.it has lots more guitr riffs and solos that anything else they have done.i bet anything they do will be amazing.and i will be looking forward to biology's debut album later this month.bye!