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Prayer For Cleansing

The Rain In Endless Fall (Reissue)

Tribunal 48

Released on September 2, 2003

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"The Rain In Endless Fall" was Tribunal Records debut release as a fledgling label back in the summer of 1999. It was unknown at that time, but PRAYER FOR CLEANSING would become an extremely influential force in the modern hardcore scene. Engineer, Jamie King, (Between The Buried and Me, Bloodjinn and Beloved) was given the opportunity to enhance the original tracks and truly make this a reissue worth having in your collection. The individual instruments are more pronounced and clearly defined. It is now a whole new listening experience, and one that we think the fans will enjoy immensely. "The Rain In Endless Fall," will now become the classic it was destined to be upon its initial release, but production flaws and poor engineering ultimately prohibited it from doing so. Recommended if you like Between The Buried and Me, Undying, Unearth and At The Gates.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 A Dozen Black Roses  0%
2 Feinbhas A Ghabhail Voted #1  38%
3 Winter's Gloom  5%
4 A Dead Soul Born Voted #3  17%
5 Sonnet Voted #2  29%
6 Violent Waves  2%
7 Destiny Of Culture  2%
8 Chalice Of Repentance  7%
9 Bael Na Mblath  0%
10 Sleep Eternal  0%
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David from Coral Gables, FL 
Feb 16 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing album! Every single song on this cd is great. I just wish I could have seen this band before they disbanded.

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Jonathan from Greensburg, PA 
Jan 21 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Prayer For Cleansing is one of the best bands to ever exist. Featuring many members of BTBAM, PFC was metal in the vein of At The Gates. This is one great cd, and a instant classic for metalheads worldwide, but it now.

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Ben from Blue Springs, MO 
Jul 17 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i wish i was into this band back when they where still together. this record is amazing if you love evil ass vocals and lyrics backed with metal as fuck guitars, i love the intro to this cd, it is a rainstorm with a sweet guitar solo, when you listen to this cd its like an epic journey through a different world, its crazy, this is a must have for any fan of dark metal with breakdowns

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Casey from Richmond, TX 
Jan 17 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

not as good as it has been said to be. those damn vegans are a bit too generic for me. i guess its jamable if you like the ptw stuff. i dont so ill give this a 2 for product quality and a 4 for effort.

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