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7-10 Split

Kill The Messenger

New School 119

Released on August 3, 2004

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It has been almost two years since the release of The Stars Have Fallen, so 7-10 Split felt it was time to take their skills to a new level... they headed back to the studio with producer Marc McClusky to create Kill The Messenger. From the first listen, you will be amazed by remarkable production and original melodies. They combine the energy and intensity of hardcore with today's ever-popular pop-punk power chords - shadowed by melodic '80s metal guitar riffs - to bring you one of the most original and entertaining punk albums of 2004.

"7-10 Split brings to the table a mix of hardcore and melodic punk songs. The band likes to play a lot of metal/punk with lots of harmonics and fast palm muting. This is easily one of the best bands you've never heard of." -

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 12 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Battle Of Shiloh Voted #1  20%
2 Everyone Dies Alone Voted #3  13%
3 Torn  7%
4 First Light  5%
5 Don't Mess With Texas  5%
6 Thse Scattered Remains  5%
7 The Ties That Bind  2%
8 Black Lung Voted #2  17%
9 Scattered, Covered And Chunked  3%
10 We Will Burn Forever  12%
11 Losing The Faith  3%
12 Shadows Seem Like Night  8%
13 The Road Least Traveled  0%
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Gert Erik from Aurland, Norway 
May 9 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This cd is okay. At some parts, especially the hard parts, things sound very good, but sometimes things get too poppy and cliche-impressed, and i almost want to puke. I hate the fact that after good, kicking, hard starts of the songs, they get soft almost at once. But anyway, I love the idea of mixing hardcore and pop-punk, and some tracks like "The Battle Of Shiloh" and "Black Lung" raise the album.

Overall: 3 weak stars.

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Zach from Denton, TX 
Dec 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great CD. You are missing out if you don't have this already. Buy it right now! You won't be sorry.

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John from Yakima, WA 
Nov 21 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

pretty good cd and band. i got this one because they sound alright and i was dissapointed when it came. good mix of songs number 6 is about the hardest. buy this cd if you are looking for a new band to listen to.

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Valerie from Charlotte, NC 
Oct 8 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Absolutely brilliant. It greatly surpassed my high expectations for this album. Amazing lyrics and integration of many styles of music.

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Gal from Raanna, Israel 
Oct 7 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Don't buy this cd unless you've listened to it first. I bought this because someone recommended it to me. i don't regret it but i wouldn't have done it again.

it's pop punk mixed with metal (emocore but heavier). great drummer.

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Matthew from Columbia Heights, MN 
Sep 9 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Heavy guitars, fast drums, vocals that will send chills through your spine, what more could one ask for? 7-10 Split has released another GREAT album!! The album begins with "The Battle of Shiloh," which will cause you to throw your fist in the air and scream along with the band! Beautiful blend of melody and screams!! The second track entitled "Everyone Dies Alone," slows down a bit and puts the listener into a thinking mood. I have not stopped listening to this album since I recieved it a few weeks back!!! Every song on this album is great!! The best tracks are "The Battle of Shiloh", "Everyone Dies Alone", "Don't Mess With Texas", and "This Shattered Image." I fell in love with 7-10 Split after I purchased "The Stars Have Fallen," and since then I had been anxiously anticipating their new album. "Kill the Messenger" did not let me down!! It only made me love the band and their music more!! Keep up the good work boys!!

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Mark from Moyock, NC 
Aug 24 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Man! I thought this would be more hardcore but whatever, the girl I like liked it so this scored pionts. The best songs are Battle of Shiloh, Scattered Chunked and Buried, and Black Lung. They have such poetic lyrics in a dark sense but they make it sound so bright and happy by the way they sing. That to me is what an artist does and music is an art so they did good. Good cd buy it but if you want all hardcore don't let the sample fool you, it starts hardcore on almost every song and quickly fades to emo.

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Richard from Tigard, OR 
Aug 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD kicks so much ass! I fell in love with their last record, The Stars Have Fallen and couldn’t wait for this one to be released. After listening to it a bunch of times, I finally got a feel for it and think it is by far their best work to date. You can hear a definite improvement in musicianship compared to The Stars Have Fallen and all the songs are catchy............ I enjoy listening to every single track! I definitely recommend this CD to anyone and everyone who likes newer punk.

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Carl from Trois-rivières, PQ Canada 
Aug 21 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

What a big deception!!! The Stars Have Fallen was definetely their best album. I had high exceptions for that new album, but I had doubts that they were to put some shitty pop/emo crap in it. That's what they did. Black Lung is the only rea good song of the album. There are some good riffs on the album but pop/emo parts mess it all. Now I can say punk is really dead. Emo is evil!

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Jeff from Tigard, OR 
Aug 12 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of the best cd's that new school has released. from the begining till the end. the whole cd will catch you from hardcore yelling to pop punk catching lyrics. if you are a fan of posion in the well and atreyu you will love this cd. They mix it up in kill the messenger. The only thing that is the same from the last cd is the will for fast guitars and heavy drums. Ladd breaks it down with the yelling with help from Walker. Also don't for get E.C. with drums and Aaron brings it altogather with the finale guitars. Buys this cd it is well worth the money.

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