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Hope Conspiracy

Death Knows Your Name

Deathwish 152

Released on September 19, 2006


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THE HOPE CONSPIRACY are back after a four year silence. Death Knows Your Name was recorded and engineered by Kurt Ballou (CONVERGE, MODERN LIFE IS WAR) at Godcity Studios. Death Knows Your Name marks the first recorded appearance of Tim Cossar (GIVE UP THE GHOST, BARS) with HOPE CON, as well as the return of guitarist Neeraj Kane (THE SUICIDE FILE) to the song writing fold. Death Knows Your Name is a stark and mesmerizing chapter in THE HOPE CONSPIRACY legacy. From the haunting first notes of "They Know Not", to the earth shaking power of "Stolen Days" the unforgiving heaviness and rage of the album is awe inspiring. The songs lunge and writhe with immeasurable emotion and inner turmoil like all great art does. Serving as a true amalgamation of their classic “piss and vinegar” approach and a new found epic maturity.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 They Know Not  0%
2 Deadtown Nothing  10%
3 A Darkness In The Light  7%
4 Animal Farm Voted #3  13%
5 Curse Of The Oil Snakes  10%
6 Hang Your Cross  7%
7 Suicide Design Voted #1  27%
8 Leech Bloody Leech  0%
9 So Many Pigs So Few Bullets Voted #2  17%
10 Sadistic Sacred Whore  10%
11 Stolen Days  0%
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Reidar from København V., Denmark 
Aug 10 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I think the new album is not as intense as the earlier one, but to be honest I haven´t heard this record as much as I maybe should.

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William from Manhattan, NY 
May 28 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Hardcore gods love everyone! Why are we saying this you might be asking yourself, well the answer is simple: The Hope Conspiracy didn't stay broken up. As a matter of fact the hXc gods love us so much they added Tim to the line up. Can life get any better? Well the only way I can see life getting better would be if American Nightmare got back together. Anyway all in all it's a pretty solid album from a great band. I'm in love with Deadtown Nothing. If you remotely like The Hope Con you won't be disappointed.

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Derek from Bell Canyon, CA 
Mar 27 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

great album. you really can't go wrong with anything by this band. this is definitely a showcase though of how far they have come. if you're already a fan of this band you already have this album, but if you're just getting into them it's probably a pretty good place to start. i also recomend "endnote" and "file 03."

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Matt from St. Paul, MN 
Oct 1 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Exactly what I expected from these guys. Great CD, and Kurt Ballou gave it his masterful touch at Godcity studios, so the sound quality doesn't dissapoint either. Must have for any fan of the band, and anyone into hardcore for that matter. Do it.

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Shane from Canberra Act, Australia 
Sep 26 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This release is out of hand, I've been waiting for the new HOPE CON record for ages and they definitly did not disappoint. I was sort of expecting HOPE CON to release a BARS record but they kept it real with there huge riffs, constant pounding drums and Kevin Bakers fantastic raw vocals, he would have to be one of the best aggressive vocalist i've heard in a long time, his voice is extremely refreshing to the ears and his lyrics are well thought out and straight to the point. There is no shitty tracks on this record, every song is fantastic and keeps you entertained from start to finish. I recommend every person that is into heavy music should buy this record, it's already one of my favourite albums for 2006. Another great production from Kurt Ballou and another fine release from Deathwish. This is hot shit.

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Jacob from Danville, CA 
Sep 25 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album kicks some major ass as anticipated! Every song is good here and this is easily one of the better hardcore releases as of late. Pick it up....and ENJOY










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