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All's Well That Ends Well (Deluxe Edition)

January 10, 2012 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 28, 2008
  • Release Date: January 10, 2012
  • Label: Equal Vision Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2006 Equal Vision Records
  • Total Length: 53:03
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B009FOC9H4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,679 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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I'll be the first to admit that I was never a big fan of Chiodos (formerly known as The Chiodos Brothers) before. Personally I thought they just sounded like an alternate version of The Blood Brothers, while being more melodic and cohesive at times. However after hearing "Alls Well That Ends Well", I can safely say any pre-conception I (or anyone for that matter) had of the band can be completely erased. Enter Chiodos. Chiodos does so many things right and extremely different on this record, something which easily sets them apart from most of their peers in the emo and hardcore scene. They do an excellent job of blending all the popular musical styles of the current scene (emo, hardcore, screamo, punk), while adding their own special elements to the puzzle, and create one of the most unique sounds you're likely to hear. To put it simply if you like any form of emo, hardcore, screamo or whatever, then this is a must listen album for you.

Chiodos are extremely accomplished musically for being so young. I think the age of most of the band members is somewhere between 19-21. That's saying a lot for this release. The guitars weave in and out with eachother creating remarkable patterns, and excellent riffs on pieces like "The Words 'best friend' Become Refined" and "There's Penguins In Alaska". Chiodos also has an extreme range, capable of turning something upbeat and poppish like "Baby You Wouldn't Last A Minute On The Creek" into a fierce breakdown with volatile screaming and plenty of double bass. Everyone in the band is extremely accomplished musically, and that really pays off off for them in the end. There's not a song on here you will want to skip (except maybe the interludes). Every song has its own unique flavor, and is distinct from any other on the album.
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All's Well That Ends Well has to be one of the best records that came out last year. Chiodos can't be labeled by a simple word like 'screamo' because it's so much more than that. The band incorperates (yes screamo) with prog., metal, hardcore, etc. I know many bands say that they do this, but Chiodos rises far above those bands. The music has so much energy, you just have to rock out to it. These guys also put on a crazy show. I haven't had so many elbows to the face as I had at their show. If you're bored of the scene, check these guys out.

And P.S. don't compare this band to other bands. Chiodos isn't like them.
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Before I get to any of my disparaging remarks, I must first say that this really is a quality album. So much of the screamo/emo/post-hardcore/punk bands...(whatever, these labels are beginning to annoy me to no end) are no better than Limp Bizkit or Good Charlotte in their whiney, we're so rebellious tone. Chiodos is not one of these bands. This six piece outfit will hopefully create a niche of its own simply because of their talent as musicians and songwriters.

All's Well That Ends Well displays influences from the aforementioned styles, but also incorporates elements of classical music, progressive death/thrash, and pure heavy metal ala Iron Maiden. Metal heads beware! I am in no way saying that these are the dominant influences, rather, Chiodos has created a unique sound by infusing these sounds with the more annoying screamo related stylings. Put together, though, it works. A great example of this would have to be "Expired in Goreville" which contains an almost techno-themed chorus, and a near-to-grindcore breakdown.

What I simply cannot get over are the almost unforgivable clean vocals. My goodness, if this vocal tone is not the epitome of the "I'm so mad at the world because my parents are rich, but I just want to be an obnoxiously rebellious teenager, because, goshdarn, it's just soooooo cool" trend, then I don't know what is. Please, I am in no way insinuating that I know the roots or philosophies of these band members, but any metal fan who hears these vocals will immediately understand where I'm coming from.

Luckily, Chiodos saves itself with instrumental originality and ability.
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Becasue this CD is AMAZING. It's easily understood how people dont like the sound of the clean vocals, yes it sounds girly, but i dont see anyone complaining about Coheed and Cambria or AFI. Once you get past the vocals, your set to go. Brad does an awesome job on the keyboards, it gives it a different feeling compared to some other Screamo/Post Hardcore bands. But, these keyboards arnt like the usual, its more of a classical style instead of a progressive(Drop Dead, Gorgeous) or synthisizer (Blinded Black) style.

-The Guitars on this album are ok, im not a guitar player so I just know a little above the basics on what i expect.

-The drums, deliver. They dont give you the bland backbeat like a lot of bands out there today.

-Bass, wow I didnt notice the bass player for awhile haha. Sometimes there is so much going on i couldnt pick out the bass player except for his little solos here and there.

Theres two things i dont understand about this band. First, the album art. I mean, what the hell is it? lol Its good except it makes no sense.

Second, why does there label on the cd package say sounds like UnderOath. IT DOESNT, Chiodos is a sound of its own dont trust those labels.

With that said, go buy it. Im going to go drown myself in the amazing song All Nereids Beware.
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