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Funeral For A Friend

Seven Ways To Scream Your Name

Ferret Music 41

Released on October 21, 2003


Emerging with a hardcore sound that's as fueled by melody as it is by intensity, they themselves are as schooled in the guitar skills of the metal greats as they are in the thrilling abandonment of punk rock outbursts. Emotionally resonant without resorting to cliches, technically proficient without being self-indulgent, and intense without being pretentious, theirs is the sound of teeming frustration, anger and heartache articulated in an utterly fluid, convincing and above all, real way. '7 Ways to Scream Your Name' is the United States introduction to the best the UK has to offer.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 10 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 10.45 Amsterdam Conversations Voted #2  20%
2 Red Is The New Black  13%
3 The Art Of American Football  16%
4 The Getaway Plan  5%
5 This Year's Most Open Heartbreak Voted #1  21%
6 Kiss And Makeup  10%
7 Escape Artist Never Die Voted #3  16%
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Chelsea from Tyne & Wear, United Kingdom 
Feb 13 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Funeral for a Friend are an amazing band. This is a brilliant EP. Some of my favourite FFAF stuff lies on this album. In fact, I love every single song on here. 5 stars. End of. :].

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Alex from Prescott, AZ 
Jun 14 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this cd was really good and most of the songs are better than their new cd i mean considering that there are two songs on here that are on the new cd, also in some of the songs the vocals arent as loud as everything and it sounds kind of empty

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Jeremy from Valparaiso, IN 
Dec 12 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is much, much better than the new one. Fewer songs, but they're all actually good on this album. I like the potential that this band has but may unfortunately never display based on their more recent CD.

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Carlos from Los Angeles, CA 
Oct 10 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Damn funeral for a friend i have passed up these guys for a while thinking they were some hardcore metal screaming grunged out band dont get me wrong i love hardcore but they all sound alike ive kind of been listening to tooo much lately so i needed something with melody in it but that still had hardcore in it at these guys are it they are from the UK that unbelievable and ther on ferret where all of my fav. bands are on so that even more kick ass so if you passed this on like i did dont get ita and everything they ever released

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Jacob from Santa Clara, UT 
Sep 27 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

So i got this c.d. back in december and its acutally very good. Guitars are probably the best part about it..These brits really know how to pluck the strings.Its just captivating 10.45 amsterdam conversations and the art of american football are the best songs on the compact disc. This ep is a lot better than the casually dresses and in deep conversation that just came to the u.s. That one, is just too soft and simple....I guess if you like knitting mittens in your rocking chair its alright but get seven ways to scream your name....Much better by about fourteen gelatin capsules...and thats good

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Lisa from New Providence, NJ 
May 13 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

my name is brandon. anyways, holy shit. funeral for a friend. amazing, pure amazing. every song is so good, i cannot pick a favorite. 5 stars. end of story.

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Robert from Dallas, TX 
Jan 5 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

man, these guys are really impressive. truly one of the best bands from the U.K. and this release shows it! great guitar work, catchy choruses, awesome breakdowns, and it's all done in a melodic post-hardcore style. a must for fans of Boys Night Out, Shai Hulud, Every Time I Die, A Static Lullaby, and Poison The Well. Definitely a job well done.

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Fernando from Madrid, Spain 
Dec 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Yeh oh Yeah!!!!

Goddammit!! This guys rule!! Every harmony, every tune, every riff, every breakout..Brilliant!!

I keep banging my head while I write this review..

I expected this EP to be short, with at least 2 good songs, but Oh yeyeyeyeAh!! Not a motherfucking sec off..AWESOME!!

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Ben from Williamsport, PA 
Dec 8 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The best band to come out of the UK in a long time. Great and unique hardcore that has stayed in my head. If you like any form of hardcore / post-harcore, check this shite out.

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Laura from Potomac, MD 
Nov 13 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD is a well-thought-out fusion of pop melody and metal passion. Typical power metal riffs are combined with melodic leads, ala Darkest Hour, to create a very european metal guitar sound. The band is brought closer to the accessible side of the spectrum by the fantastic melody and superb screeching provided by the vocals. Good buy for anyone into heavier or lighter stuff. It skirts the line between the two, pleasing both palettes and offending neither.

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