Dead To Fall rose out of the depths of Chicago's metal underworld in the fall of 2002 with their debut release on hometown label and heavy music authority Victory Records. With their onslaught of Nordic influenced guitar riffs combined with thunderous drum blasts, Dead To Fall soon staked their rightful claim in muisc collection next to bands like In Flames, At The Gates, and Emperor. 2004's follw up album, Villainy And Virtue, cemented Dead To Fall's Fan Base and reached an entirely new generation of metal fans.
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Joey from Riverview, NB Canada
Jul 19 2006
Honestly I liked Villainy And Virtue alot better, I just cant grasp this album as whole theres a couple of standout tracks, the band is definitly talented. But I duno Im not fellin the album, it maybe for others but not for me.