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'Love And Death' is the solo project of Brian 'Head' Welch, former member and co-founder of the multi-platinum selling band Korn.

1. The Abandoning
2. Whip It
3. Watching the Bottom Fall
4. By the Way
5. Meltdown
6. My Disaster
7. I W8 4 U (feat. Mattie Montgomery)
8. Fading Away
9. Paralyzed
10. Chemicals
11. Bruises

Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 22, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Tooth & Nail Records
  • ASIN: B009H43UZW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,460 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Haze Blackmon on January 22, 2013
Format: Audio CD
I had heard Love and Death's EP album not too long ago(about a month ago), which contained 3 tracks from this album plus a couple remixes of those 3 tracks. I knew immediately after my first listen that I really wanted a full length album from these guys. To be honest, I think the 3 tracks on the EP(Chemicals, Paralyzed and Whip It) are the weakest on this album, but that's not taking anything away from this album at all because those 3 songs are really good. However, the middle part of the album is where the meat is and what I think are the best tracks. This album is fronted by Brian "Head" Welch" and I would classify it as melodic nu-metal. I really could not find one song on this album that I didn't like after 3 full listens. There are 6 tracks on here that are my favorites and have gotten a bunch of replays from me already. Those tracks are The Abandoning, Watching The Bottom Fall, By The Way, The Meltdown, I W8 4 U, and Fading Away. The other tracks are still very good, but I've just found myself listening to those 6 more than the others, for various reasons. If you like Korn or if you melodic type music that has some heaviness to it, then you are going to love this album. The vocals are excellent and the guitars hit on all the right notes. If you really listen to the lyrics you'll find they are quite inspirational and intelligently done. These guys rock and are the best thing I've heard in a while!

NOTE: There is no difference in number of tracks between the amazon download version and the itunes download version. Amazon is cheaper by fifty cents, though. I bought a physical copy of it at Wally World for $8.99!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Earnest L. Brown on February 3, 2013
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Love and Death's debut album is something of an anomaly. While it is very common for a band to develop a following for a few years prior to releasing an actual album, very few spend that same time in the spotlight. Typically, while a handful of people will have heard the band or their songs, the debut album is something new to most. Love and Death, however, have been in the spotlight from day one. In fact, they have had the opposite issue that most bands starting out face. Rather than start in obscurity to the listening world, many people have already been exposed to some of the tracks on this album for some time.

In fact, the band put out their Chemicals EP last year... featuring a small number of tracks also featured on this album. When I spoke to Brian "Head" Welch (lead singer) recently, he told me this was the plan all along. For most bands, it takes years to even get the industry to notice you before fans or record labels will invest in what you have to offer, although this model is drastically changing due to technology. Love and Death, on the other hand, became instantly recognized the moment they formed due to Head's past life as a founding member of KoRn, national-headline-stealing conversion to Christ, and subsequent release of his solo album Save Me From Myself. The problem for L&D became establishing themselves as a "new" band and not merely as "Head plus some other guys." So, while I wish the entire album was new material, it made sense when Head told me that the EP (and songs released as singles since) was to get people used to the band as a new entity in music. Think of this as "Love and Death: Phase One.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Shadowrun on January 26, 2013
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I'm a half-full/half-empty kind of guy. What does that mean? It means I don't deal in absolutes. With that said, I just don't feel this album is worthy of four stars, and as a consequence, I felt compelled to round down. It's a strong album and a solid listen straight through. However, this will not withstand the test of time, and ten years down the road, nobody will remember the name "Love & Death".

This isn't Brian's first release following his split from Korn. "Save Me From Myself" (a solo project released in 2008) is, in my opinion, leaps and bounds better than "Between Here & Lost" and remains one of the better albums I've ever heard. Each track stands alone, each riff unique, each coming together to form a cohesive plan. "Save Me" is a masterpiece. "Between Here & Lost", by contrast, is really, really good, but it is not great. All of the tracks on "Between" are strong, but none of them really stand out. I doubt you'll listen to this album and decide it's as good as Korn's debut album or "Follow the Leader", but I wouldn't be surprised if you decide this album is worthy of your time and money. It is, and I encourage you to buy it to support the artists to keep the genre alive.

There is nothing to be ashamed of here. The lyrics are solid and refreshingly upbeat for a metal album. The author of these riffs are unmistakable. The production quality is top-notch. And make no mistake, this is not Christian rock to be mistaken for Petra. You won't feel like you're stuck listening to a Bible sermon. Head has done a brilliant job (again) of creating music with a message without cheapening it. You can hear Head's influence in his former band's music in tracks like 'Chemicals and Meltdown.
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