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Remembering Never

God Save Us

Ferret Music 63

Released on February 21, 2006


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South Florida, a region once known for its humidity and magnetic pulls for retirees from across the nation. Now this region is known for its high occurrence rate of hurricanes and home to socio-politico rage-core unit, Remembering Never. This five man unit is uncompromising hardcore with a message. From a cynical eye towards those who govern in all realms to messages of a vegetarian lifestyle, Remembering Never isnUt afraid to ruffle feathers. Incorporating metallic speed and ire into their guitars, shards of melody and chaotic arrangements that threaten to collapse their sound is a combination of technical skill and primal aggression. Several hurricanes and tattoos later, Remembering Never has emerged as one of the most respected voices of the metalcore scene. The band entered Planet Z Studios in Massachusetts with wonder producer Zeuss (Hatebreed, Throwdown, Shadows Fall) to record "God Save Us". It is definitely their most savage and heaviest sounding record to date. The band comments, "We are the most negatively positive band out there. WeUre really positive but we present it in a negative way." With the release of "God Save Us", 2006 promises to be the year that mainstream takes notice of the band who live by their underground roots.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Con Artist Voted #1  25%
2 Pocket Full Of Dirt  0%
3 Slaughterhouse Blues Voted #2  25%
4 Little Hitlers  8%
5 The Goddamn Busy Signal  4%
6 Suicide Hotline On Speed Dial Voted #3  21%
7 White Devil  0%
8 T.H.U.G.L.I.F.E.  13%
9 Judas Will Swing  0%
10 Please Don't Let My Mother Read This  0%
11 Selma  0%
12 Runner Up In A Shit-Eating Contest  0%
13 Gangsta Rap & Peppermint Schnapps  4%
14 Off Key And Outta Line  0%
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Jonathan from Staten Island, NY 
Feb 27 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I am sorry to say i love RN but this was a bit disappointing.Maybe I had too much of a expecation to their follow-up, but it didn't do much. This album was okay. It wasn't so raw, like the other one(women and children die frist). And once again Pete has a song about being vegan. Little Hitlers is probably the greatest track, and Gangsta rap okay who let a 11 year old into the studio! come on ill give it a 3





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