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As The Sun Sets

Each Individual Voice

(members went on to form Daughters and Bury Your Dead)

City Of Hell 2

Released on January 1, 2003

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One of the most brutal and unrelenting metalcore CDs to ever be unleashed, all as an astonishing debut from a (then) young new band. These were extremely hard to hunt down as the label that released it is now defunct for all intensive purposes. AS THE SUN SETS debut here with eight tracks of absolutely pummeling, double-bass driven, speed-picked, pit-inducing metallic hardcore. Members went on to form DAUGHTERS and BURY YOUR DEAD and this is the reissue of their long sold out debut. Just about no other distros have this album, and this is the best way to check out the formative release from one of the most influential, innovative and ahead-of-their-time math/metal/tech/hardcore bands that existed before the DAUGHTERS were born. Highly recommended!

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Intro  0%
2 Searching For A Reason To Carry On Voted #1  17%
3 From This Day Forward  0%
4 Such Words Upon The Tongues Of Demons Voted #2  17%
5 Unfulfilled Dreams Are A Burning Utopia  11%
6 Carapathian  6%
7 Shed For You And Many Voted #3  17%
8 A Thousand Falling Skies  17%
9 Everything  17%
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Ammar from Wichita, KS 
Jun 13 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Symphonic brutality. Filled with fucked up time signatures, throat tearing screams, breakdowns, stop start dynamics and all of the eerie cacophonous noise that's caused some of us to fall in love with mathematic hardcore. This album has been imitated endlessly by a newer crop of bands but never replicated in it's thinking and intricacy. Give this a listen, and you'll see why.

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Eric from South Bend, IN 
May 22 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is some very awesome grindage right here. I consider it an essential if you are into grind or any form of heavy music. I love the way the intro sets up the first song because it really gets me pumped for the whole album. It keeps ripping the whole way through. If you just getting into heavy music then get this but if you are already into heavy music then you should already know about this band.

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Kyle from Las Vegas, NV 
Feb 16 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow. I never thought an album that could technically be classified as "metalcore" would blow me away like Each Individual Voice... The intro sample really sets the pace for the album, hinting at a general feel of sheer insanity. Riffs is the name of the game, and AtSS are certainly no strangers to the term. Although the riffs are technical and dischordant, they're not completely incomprehensible like most modern tech bands. This album definitely shines on the air-guitaribility front. Another odd note about the music is that it's closer to death metal than most modern "deathcore" bands. The only problem to my ears is that the vocals (although they sound cool) are mostly incomprehensible. Sure, I'm no stranger to this, but it cuts down on the replay factor. But other than that, Each Individual Voice is Dead in the Silence is a superb album, and a must-buy for fans of technical metalcore-ish music.

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Max from Alexandria, VA 
Dec 30 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

As The Sun Sets, for those of you who are not aware, featured members of the current band Daughters. this is easily one of the most influential albums of all time for the contemporary extreme music scene. all of these MySpace "grindcore" bands wish they could pull an album off similar to this. they shall all keep trying but to no avail. for As The Sun Sets have made quite the staple in this genre that will continue ripping you a new one for decades to come. not to mention, the introduction is my personal favorite scene in "Jacob's Ladder" and makes for quite the premonition of what is to come. i cannot stress it enough, buy this album. you will not regret it, i promise.

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