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As The Sun Sets

7744

Undecided 19

Released on March 12, 2002

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Providence, Rhode Island's AS THE SUN SETS are true legends when it comes to their craft, taking listeners from one end of the human spectrum to another, while creating a sonically methodical weave work of brutal and harmonious rhythm patterns, crushing harmonies, and life ending prose, all with the resiliency of a condemned man going to the electric chair. In the past, As the Sun Sets have shared the spotlight with such luminaries as CONVERGE, DROP DEAD, CRYPTOPSY, DIMMU BORGIR, and HATEBREED among others... proving themselves worthy of both their present and future successes within the confines of the hardcore, noise, and metal communities. AS THE SUN SETS have thrived since the release of their debut album "Each Individual Voice is Dead in the Silence" which was released on the now defunct Moment of Clarity label and is easily a $100 ebay item. Today, the band is as world-altering as an atomic bomb, their newest offering an 18 track self-titled towering trip through total devastation. More focused and mature than ever before, it is a sincere outpouring of total emotion. It begs for total attention from willing and focused ears, and unlike its contemporaries, its bludgeoning songwriting and crushing hooks are mind-numbing. Beyond a shadow of a doubt, AS THE SUN SETS debut for Undecided is a truly awe-inspiring work from a uniquely formidable band.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Hay Is For Horses Voted #1  22%
2 I Saw The Saturday Night Sky Over 195 Explode Voted #2  20%
3 I've Run Over Cats That Were Luckier Than Me  9%
4 While Others Attend Chatrroms With Erections  4%
5 Feed The Scenesters To The Lions  4%
6 Untitled One Voted #3  17%
7 Untitled Two  11%
8 Sweet Merciful Crap  13%
9 Borderline Sarcasm  0%
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Ammar from Wichita, KS 
Nov 21 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I didn't find this CD to be anywhere near as good as Each Individual Voice is Dead in the Silence. There are definitely some strong tracks on here and some interesting experiments, but there are also some generic ones. It's a mixed bag, the tracks that work make up for the ones that don't, but it's clear that this release doesn't stand the test of time as well as their first CD. In 2002 I may have been a little more satisfied, but a lot of the ideas presented here have been taken further by other bands since then. If you're thinking about buying this and have never heard Each Individual Voice is Dead in The Silence, I would hold off on buying this until after buying that.

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Tim from Sellersville, PA 
Jun 24 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

7744 composed of raw, powerful, grind influenced metal and ambient experimental interludes. It may not be as good as their previous releases, but it is still magnificent.

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Doug from Walpole, MA 
Feb 22 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

At first, i did not like this CD. I gave it a little time after that and I required some kind of taste for it and I really like it. Some of the songs on this album are just insturmental, but only 2 or 3. Some parts of these songs are also quite repetitive and some of the songs also sound alike. Some of the members in this band, from what i've heard, are also in Daughters and the a lot of the guitar also sounds the same as in Daughters.

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Chad from Chapin, SC 
Dec 3 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

I was really pissed with this CD. Not what I expected at all compared to 8949 and Each Individual Voice... I would not recommend this release to anyone wanting to check out As the Sun Sets. This is their worst one of all. Also check out Daughters! for a splendid progression by this band.

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Ryan from Cedar Hill, MO 
Mar 30 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

My, oh my! This CD is nothing short of spectacular. Probably the best fourteen minutes of my life. If you're looking for chaotic, all over the place grind, then get this CD.

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Derrick from Miami, FL 
Jan 15 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

these guys are simply amazing. grind but it's fucking technical and just all over the place...without a doubt the most ecclectic, crazy album i've ever heard. WOW...just WOW!

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Luis from Hilton Head Island, SC 
May 4 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is fuckin awesome. this is some great grindcore/metal with a lot of experimental influences...... there's only one bad thing about it... too short, only like 15 minutes... by the time the cd's over you're just starting to be amazed and getting into it, but i still think that is worth your money....as the sun sets has developed a musical level that is nearly impossible to detach yourself from all their rage, power, agression, and all the feelings that they express trough their music...If you have never heard of them and you want to have an idea of what they sound like, i'd say they could be compare in some way in bands like the locust, cattle decapitation, his hero is gone, zao, spitfire, and as weird as it sounds, they remind me of modest mouse for some reason.... This is a great band that you do not want to let pass by, so get this shit and rock the casbah!!!

 
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