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Bury Me Alive

Solid State 84600

Released on October 6, 2009

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Inhale Exhale return with Bury Me Alive, their third release for Solid State Records. While Bury Me Alive is not a complete reinvention, every aspect of their music has been elevated to a more extreme level. The technicality is still there, but has been mastered and stepped up several notches. The posthardcore/ experimental side is also present, however, this record will elevate them to the top of the genre. Groove laden, relentless, punishing metal influenced masterpiece anyone? We have what you are looking for; Inhale Exhale’s Bury Me Alive. Recorded with famed producer Travis Wyrick (P.O.D., Pillar), and mixed by metal icon Devin Townsend.

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2 Did You Ever Have A Touch To Lose?  0%
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4 Over And Out  0%
5 A Dark Place For Your Mind To Be  0%
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8 Fiction  0%
9 Better Her Than Me  0%
10 Thin Black Lines  0%
11 An Era  0%
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Mark from Nottinghamshire, United Kingdo 
Sep 16 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars

After only 10 months since the release of their previous album, Inhale/Exhale are back with another instalment of the same old hardcore sound that we all know and love. Or are they?

This is one of those albums that came right out of nowhere and completely took me by surprise. Firstly I wasn't even aware they were due another release so soon, but more importantly the evolution of their sound has been a complete revelation. This band have been guilty of being something of a trend-follower in the past; album number one was metalcore by numbers, followed by a sophomore record that tried to infuse some of the more bluesy textures that Chasing Victory had paved the way for.

On 'Bury Me Alive' everything is more intense. The heavy elements of the band have become ten times more brutal, the melodious side has become ten times more beautiful and the songwriting has become ten times more effective. I don't know what the band have been eating since the last album was released, but they should share their diet with every other band hoping to avoid a fade into obscurity.

The vocals are a revelation; not only are we treated to throat melting screams, but the clean vocals are honest and endearing, and come at vital moments in the songs where the dynamic is transformed by the introduction of well crafted hooks. The drumming sounds incredible and the change to a single guitarist hasn't impacted the heaviness or effectiveness of the rhythms. It's true that the actual composition of the songs isn't necessarily original or inspiring, but the execution of the songs is so powerful that you're forced to overlook this technicality.

For all of the strengths that this album possess, the production is a major let down. These songs are extremely heavy but they could tear of your face if the production only allowed it to. Hopefully the band go on to create more songs in this vein, and with a more suitable producer behind them, it will be a hardcore masterclass.

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