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Cold Dark Place

(Unseen, Crash & Burn)

Welfare 27

Released on May 15, 2008

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First release by Ashers from Boston. Amazing Hardcore Punk featuring Mark from the Unseen and members of Crash & Burn.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Opiate Voted #3  17%
2 Destitution Voted #1  39%
3 It's Now So Clear  6%
4 I Need To Know Voted #2  28%
5 Saint Idea  0%
6 Cold Dark Place  11%
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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Nov 30 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This rekkid rules. First recorded output from Ashers. Mad stoked for a full-length in the near future. So, what you got here is 6 tracks. 6 songs? Hardly. An intro, which is real "dark" and a great beginning to the rekkid. Then you have "Destitution" which rules. Heavy, mid-tempo, sounds badass. Next is "It's Now So Clear", another full song original which rules. Got some sick guitar work. Next we have "I Need to Know" which happens to be a Tom Petty cover song. Sounds rad, really. Then "Saint Idea" which is not really a song at all but a little sound clip lasting 13 seconds. Lastly,you have "Cold Dark Place" another original which straight up rules. I mean, let's be straight here, if you bought this/are thinking about it because Mark Unseen is in it, that's reason enough. Great rekkid. So, comes with lyric book, clocks in at 10:05 and bingo, sounds rad. Do I suggest picking it up? Fuck right I do.

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Jonny from New Britain, CT 
Jun 5 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Wow. At 1st i was expecting this to sound more like a throw back to mark's A Global Threat days than anything else. That's why i was pleasantly suprised when i got to sit down and really listen to this disc. Sure it has it'sUunseen-esque moments here and there, but i got a more hardcore vibe on certain tracks, which i thought made them stand out even more. This is all this band has out so far, so pick this one up.

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Kevin from Markham, ON Canada 
Jun 23 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Incredible. The only reason it doesn't get 5 stars is because it's too short. Track 1 is an instrumental intro, track 4 is a cover and track 5 is an interlude. The three originals with vocals, as well as the cover, are amazing though. Heavier and darker than Mark's work with the Unseen, these songs will tear through you in a way that just leaves you wanting a few more songs. Definitely worth the money, though.

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