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Constellations

June 1, 2013 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: June 1, 2013
  • Label: Solid State Records
  • Copyright: (c) 2009 Solid State Records
  • Total Length: 47:41
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  • ASIN: B00CXN4RVA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,843 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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August Burns Red latest album is Good.
Matthew S. Webster
Crusades- this is another strong song, and a very good way to end the album.
austinv56
If your on the fence about buying this album, do it!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Kenny Roy on July 14, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Each August burns red album seems to transcend its predecessor in creativity, sound and technicality... And Constellations is no different than the transformation between Messengers and Thrill Seeker. Infact, there is an even greater transcendence from Messengers to Constellations.

What this album does different is variety. Messengers was a thing of beauty, Beastly breakdowns, drumming from another planet, awesome screaming vocals and twin guitar dynamos. However, every song followed almost the same style.

Here there is something unique about every song that will have you stop, smile and say to yourself "Wow, what an unbelievable band.." Instead of using the same breakdown riff in each song and messing around with it just slightly (Messengers), they have incorporated another aspect to each breakdown, something unique making the whole feel of the breakdown so much more memorable and in turn, more brutal.The production value is... Different than Messengers, and i personally liked messengers mix better, but this still sounds fantastic, and crystal sharp.

Stand out Tracks: (Every Single One)
1. Thirty and Seven - What a unique initial breakdown! stand out performance by matt on the drums and some nice melodic passages, but also very brutal! Intense lyrics as well.

Ocean of Apathy - Awesome guitar work, great layered screaming (IMPOSSIBLE, IT'S IMPOSSIBLE!) and one of the best breakdowns of the album.

Mariana's Trench - Intro that will blow you away. Soft and melodic guitar work breaks into a brutal August riff that never fails to impress. Great song.

Meridian - My Personal favourite of the album. Almost entirely an instrumental, with one passage of talking that builds into an intense scream.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Denise Cadicamo on August 26, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Well i must say that i am impressed. I've heard a lot of music and enjoy anything that is professional and creative (with few exceptions). One of my flaws though is the inability to listen to something amazing and then listen to something not nearly as good. I simply can't do it and stay entertained. This band however, is so good that it continues to blow me away after many listens.

Now if you have half a brain you can tell that they are Christian. . . well good on them, i haven't been more tempted to go to church in my life.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Josh Lewis on December 6, 2009
Format: Audio CD
August Burns Red has taken on the world of Metalcore within the past few years. This has generated faithful followers and they never continue to disappoint the fans at their shows (seriously, if you have the chance, see them live).

With their third full length release, August Burns Red changes their style by presenting more medley and less breakdowns. Don't get me wrong the bone-crushing breakdowns are still there they are just accompanied by more melodic guitar work. Track by track review as follows:

1.) Thirty and Seven
Great intro song. Only song on here that sounds relatable to Messengers. Great breakdowns scattered throughout the song with great lyrics, "Erase the proof but your shame will remain" and "You've reached the summit now transcend the skies". 10/10

2.) Existence
Nice intro, great lyrics in this song. Great breakdown around 50 seconds. Epic sounding ending. Very positive lyrics, "You're hurt, you're broken, that's all right. That's what makes us who we are." 10/10

3.) Ocean of Apathy
My least favorite song on the album. Still a good song but not much going on here. Nice epic ending much like the previous song. 8/10

4.) White Washed
Love the beginning to this song. Great breakdowns here and lyrics. A tight brutal song. 10/10

5.) Mariana 's Trench
Nice beginning though it takes a while for the song to build. Nice little guitar solo after Jake screams, "We can't swim under these conditions". One gripe with this song, it fades out and completely kills the mood of the song. I understand this is a different technique to ending a song but with ABR having so much energy injected to their songs it just feels like it kills the song. Maybe that's just me though. 9/10

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Miller on July 7, 2013
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I've been hearing about this album for years. Finally got it and wasn't disappointed. It breaks out of the monotony of the usual metalcore.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By austinv56 on June 18, 2013
Format: Audio CD
August Burns Red is clearly a powerhouse in the metal genre, and this is the album that really got them started. They made a name for themselves through this twelve track album that still impresses me to this day, and may even be their best one. There's not a bad song on the whole thing, including the near six minute epic that barely contains lyrics. If you want melodic metal, this is where to find it.

1. Thirty and Seven- this is an excellent opening track with brutal breakdowns and all of the classic August Burns Red attributes. If this song doesn't get you head-banging, then I don't know what will. The entire song is just a pure attack that leaves listeners pumped for the next eleven songs. Definitely one of the highlights of the album. Grade: 9/10

2. Existence- it flows nicely right from the opening track and continues the attack with one of my favorite lines on the whole album "don't excuse yourself from life today!" while submerging the sound of the song with a heavy breakdown. The first two songs could even be combined into one long song because they fit so well hand-in-hand. While not as good as the opener, it still is a really good one. Grade: 8.5/10

3. Ocean of Apathy- The album's assault continues to progress with this song, taking a slightly different sound than the first two, but utilizing a great hook in the pre-chorus/chorus. Musically I think this is the best on the album so far, with what sounds like a difficult arrangement of riffs. And right when it sounds like the song is about to end, there's an interlude of a soft guitar solo that leads into the screaming of the title of the song. The finale is almost eerie in a way with the way he just repeatedly screams "ocean of apathy" till the song ends. Grade: 8.5/10

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