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7 Angels 7 Plagues

Jhazmyne's Lullaby

Uprising 15

Released on September 11, 2001

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A sonic maelstrom of nine savagely metallic assaults delivered with surgeon like precision. 7Angels 7 Plagues combine the raw and bludgeoning fury of contemporary metalcore bands like Florida's POISON THE WELL and fellow Midwesterners WALLS OF JERICHO with the unrelenting bark and bile of noisecore standard bearers COALESCE and the melodic harmonic and heavy percussion of ZAO.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 15 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 A Farewell To A Perfect Score  12%
2 Someday  10%
3 The Commentator's Despair Voted #2  18%
4 The Afternoon  3%
5 Away With Words Voted #1  23%
6 Dandelion Voted #3  13%
7 Arcadia Fades (Jhazmyne's Lullaby pt. II)  9%
8 Silent Deaths, Crowded Lives  9%
9 Jhazmyne's Lullaby  4%
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Charlie from Algona, WA 
Jul 11 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow. This band changed my life about how i look at music. Such a great cd. Its basicly a perfect represtaion of Metalcore should be and Is. Love them or hate them this band did alot for hardcore. This cd is worth every dime. "Someday" is my fav. track off this cd. 5 stars


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Ben from Little Rock, AR 
May 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is an awesome album. Definately recommended. It took me a while to get into them but i'm glad i finally did. These guys are awesome. Powerful guitar riffs with equally emotional lyrics. Too bad they broke up. A+


Song four and nine are amazing. It's awesome when hardcore bands are afraid to show their softer side.

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Andre from Lake Villa, IL 
Mar 2 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I'm not a huge hard/metal core fan, but I do know that this album kicks major ass. . . 7 Angels 7 Plagues have got some of the best lyrics I've ever read/heard, and the piano solo is beautiful. . . The rest of the album is really heavy and good. . .

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Sheila from Rochester, PA 
Oct 9 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is by far the staple metalcore cd. Every song is just awesome. Vocally I like Matt Mixon more than their last singer. He almost reminds me of Michael Olender from Burnt by the Sun. This cd has great production and the perfect mix of brutal breakdowns with the occasional No Wings to Speak of-era Hopesfall-like melodies. Be sure to pick this up. It's a shame that they broke up though. Be sure to check out some ex-members in the band Misery Signals.

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Nick from Rockport, TX 
Sep 5 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

7 angels 7 plagues is an amazing band this whole CD is good one of the only cds that i have that i can listen to all the way through. the all acoustic track is very good and the piano track is good. the music is heavy and bad ass.

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Josh from Sierra Vista, AZ 
Jul 22 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

An all together great album. It has great hard and fast songs, slow songs and amazing instrumentals. The lead vocals are awesome. I think this is a must buy for anyone who loves hardcore.

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Daniel from Manassas, VA 
Jul 2 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

9 amazing songs from a great fucking band, it's too bad that they broke up. This is some of the greatest stuff that I've heard, period. They take from many genres of hardcore and metal music and fused them to make their own sound that will be missed. R.I.P. Buy this album, now!

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John from Spokane, WA 
Mar 30 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is probably one of the best metalcore cd's I have ever heard. It's to bad they broke up though. Matt Mixon is probably one of my favorite singers ever, his screams are low but not retarded deathmetal low. I like the acoustic and the piano instrumentals they add a lot of diversity to the cd, especially the last piano song. Overall this is a very good album,there are very few cd's I give 5 stars for but this is diffently worthy. This isn't just another unoriginal metalcore band, these guys really stand out from the crowd. Do what ever you can to buy this cd!

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Daniel from Mobile, AL 
Jan 22 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Yeah, this is a really great album, and I totally would have given it five stars if I had never heard their first singer. Their other singer was just a little better, but I still like Matt Mixon's vocals too. Get this record; the music is excellent, the vocals are good, and the lyrics are beautiful.

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Rob from Bel Air, MD 
Jan 19 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Now this is some tasty hardcore right here! Too bad these guys broke up a little bit ago. I had the chance to see them live at Cafe Tattoo in Baltimore. Good breakdowns, good melodic transitions, and good growling deep vocals backed by thick chugga-chugga slow tough guitars. "The Commentator's Despair" and "Away With Words" definitely have the best songs for air guitar or wind-milling and high-kicking. "Arcadia Fades" has the classic sing-along, pump your fist in the air breakdown in it, which is always nice to hear. For anyone who likes melodic hardcore and hot breakdowns. Highly recommended.

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