Showbread To get the full experience, take the band's advice and read the story along with listening to the album. It's not the same w/o the story, however, the album is great either way. If your not use to the...
Showbread Yes both Anorexia and Nervosa are amazing albums, that aren't complete w/o the stories, or w/o each other. I have to hand to Showbread for the creativity to take on a project in this manner, and then hand...
I don't know what to say, other than wow! ... | Posted September-01-2008
A simply amazing album! The style is similar to that of Define The Great Line, but not entirely the same thing. The lyrics are great, the music is great, turn up the volume and it's amazing. The vocals took a new approach, if you watch the DVD portion on the special and deluxe editions, they explain a bit of a new approach, where they actually put mics down the hall from where they were singing. Which is a rather interesting technique that proved to work rather well. The keys have a more noticeable part and Chris Dudley had much more time to develop and write the keys parts. Over all this is an absolutely amazing album, that I highly recommend. If you don't like the heavier stuff, you still might appreciate the last two songs on the album, which have very little screaming, but great musical parts and lyrics! I really can't find the correct words to express my opinion but it is what it is, and I would definitely say it's an awesome album from beginning to end.
Just as good as it's conterpart! | Posted May-20-2008
Yes both Anorexia and Nervosa are amazing albums, that aren't complete w/o the stories, or w/o each other. I have to hand to Showbread for the creativity to take on a project in this manner, and then hand it to them for doing so well with it. Again like with Anorexia, there are some possibly deterring frequencies, but they are something that should not be erased, because they definitely add so much more. But yes overall amazing!
Simply Amazing | Posted May-20-2008
To get the full experience, take the band's advice and read the story along with listening to the album. It's not the same w/o the story, however, the album is great either way. If your not use to the music, some of the frequencies and stuff may get to you a little, however on a whole, this project by Showbread resulted in a great way!
I'm Only A Man | Posted February-21-2008
Wow this is a great album! Some of the lyrics I'm a little unsure if I like them, but overall I thoroughly enjoy the record greatly. I think they did extremely well writing the third chapter in their career as a band. But yeah, great album and I'd definitely recommend it!
The Story And The Song | Posted February-21-2008
Well the songs that I have heard are pretty good especially The Way She Feels, which is in support for an awesome foundation, To Write Love On Her Arms, and the video is on my profile, but yeah pretty rockin!
The Flame In All of Us | Posted February-21-2008
Great album with great music and strong lyrics on songs such as My Home, What Do We Know, and others. This is a mark in their progression as they go for a more raw sounding album because of their desire to be a bit more real with their music. They did a great job and can't wait to see what they come out with in the future!
Cities | Posted February-21-2008
Absolutely amazing album! This album is a huge leap for Anberlin. The music is great and fits each song greatly and is a big step from Never Take Friendship Personal in a new direction and is done well. And I can't wait until the next album comes out, mid 2008!
Comatose | Posted February-21-2008
This is a great addition to the legacy that is Skillet. While I feel this is as "rockin" as their previous record it is still rather amazing. And while there is more of a softer side they are still rockin hard, with amazing messages! It's a great album to impact mainstream radio!
Collide | Posted February-17-2008
Oowow!This is one of the greatest worship albums I have ever heard. At first glance this doesn't seem like a worship album, but listening closely and reading lyrics this is definitely a hard rock worship album. The messages of some of the songs not so focused on worship seem to have certain meanings at first glance but have a different meaning upon listening closer. Imperfection for example seems on the surface to be dealing with someone feeling that their appearance is inadequate, but listening closer it seems that it's dealing more with drowning in one's sin as opposed to their physical "imperfections".
Alien Youth | Posted February-17-2008
Absolutely amazing album! The harder rocking songs definitely put out an emotion fully expressing the needs of the songs, and the softer songs off set them by they way they are presented. So over all a great album by an amazing band!