There's something so incendiary about a solid metal show that pulls an audience in, one by one. With a wailing lead guitar combined with throaty growls and an explosion of moshing onlookers, metal allures the masses to join, and then doesn't let go. It's no wonder then that Indiana-born Haste the Day have charmed audiences with that same flurry of their musical onslaught.
BONUS DVD Contains:
* Jimmy Ryan's final show with the band recorded in its entirity
* Behind-the-scenes footage
* A look inside the recording of "Pressure the Hinges"
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Later Jeremy| Posted September 18, 2008
It stinks because Haste the Day had in my mind an awesome lead singer who had a vary unique scream. But this album I was excited for just didn't do it for me like Burning Bridges. I like it but the screaming just isn't the same. It feels like it lost something but your not sure what it is. Even though you do. But It's a new sound and not all bad. Their lyrics are still good and have good meaning to them and their music is still really really good.
Great haste the day album| Posted August 06, 2008
Haste the Day is back with another "new" bone-crushing album. At least, its new to me. I bought it the other day and have probably listened to it a million times. Loved the solos by Brennan Chaulk on "White Collar" and "Servant Ties". Cant wait for the "real" new album Dreamer to come out.
Soaring| Posted March 24, 2008
It's always hard when a band losses it's singer, the band can either soar or fall on it's face. This is a case of soaring with a new vocalist. He's scream is much more understandable and his singing voice is much better too. The guitars are still just as hard as they were on any other album.