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After a year and a half on the road touring 2010’s Feeding The Wolves, 10 Years reached a turning point. It was time to move forward and take full control of their career by launching their own label, Palehorse Records. In addition, the band decided to self-produce their fourth album, Minus the Machine, at drummer/guitarist Brian Vodinh’s Kashmir Recording.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 31, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Republic
  • ASIN: B003UN2IIG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,486 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)


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2010 release, the fourth studio album from the Tennessee-based Alt-Metal outfit. The album was produced by Grammy-nominated producer Howard Benson and mixed by Chris Lord Alge. Features the first single 'Shoot It Out'.

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I highly recommend it to fans of the band.
This album is very well engineered with amazing sound and clarity.
C. Wrenn
I saw 10 Years in concert and had to buy the CD.
Buddy Moreland

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Six Stringer on August 31, 2010
Format: Audio CD
10 Years return with their new album "Feeding The Wolves." I remember reading interviews with the band a few months back in which they said this was much heavier than previous releases(Division I assume), I must say that they were right. I was a little worried how the sound and feel of the band would be affected with the departure of guitarist Matt Wantland, and with Brian Vodihn taking over guitar duties. I must say that this album, imo, is amazing. The style is a nice blend of KATHY, TAE and Division. It's closer in feel to Autumn Effect more than anything else. Gone are the lighter/poppier elements of Division. There is a nice return to form with Ryan "Tater" Johnson's backing scream vocals. There are some slower songs that start off with clean guitars, but they remind me more of "Through the Iris", "Waking Up" etc off of Autumn Effect, specifically album closer "Fade Into (the Ocean)". Jesse's vocals soar over top of the band, and he sounds better than ever on this album(I love his vocals in "Fix Me" and "Don't Fight It"). Overall a great album, and well worth the wait, definitely recommended to anyone who enjoyed their previous efforts and for those who enjoy thoughtful, well written rock music.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia Thomason on September 24, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Fans have something to cheer about! Feeding the Wolves is a great album indeed. I'm a long time 10 Years fan and whenever a favorite band plans a new album I always get a little nervous that they may produce something so different and leave a big gaping hole unfilled. Thankfully that did not happen. Instead we have FTW which for me, ranks up there with all of the best 10 Years records. I love every single song on this album, and have played it over and over pretty much non-stop since it's release.

Let me start this review by saying that I pretty much love every song 10 Years has ever made and I even own Killing All That Holds You and every EP. So you may think this review is somewhat biased. It probably is, because they are by far one of my favorite bands. (definitely in the top 3)

Feeding the Wolves offers something different but yet gives fans the hard driving sounds of "Wasteland" with the beautiful stirring melodies of the "The Recipe" yet produces an updated and mature sound that mixes in some metal elements along with the superior lyrical quality that this band is known for i.e "Fade Into The Ocean" "Now Is The Time".


Shoot It Out : When I first heard this song on the radio I was taken about by the Shoot It Out refrain. It was strange and out of the ordinary. However this song has completely grown on me and pollutes my head to the point of distraction. I LOVE it. In typical 10 Years fashion, they embed a very important message in the poetry of this song., and one that for me defines Jesse and Brian as they catapult into the next decade.

The Wicked Ones : Many people have told me this is their favorite track. It's not my favorite, but I do appreciate the western style into.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Carl W. Marlowe on September 6, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I have the Division cd. and I've heard most of their first cd off off the xbox360. I would recommend the other two cds before this one. There are some songs I really like, "Shoot it out", "fix me", "waking up the ghost."
It's a good cd for any 10 Years fan. I bought the Deluxe version cuz their acoustic stuff is just awesome, was not disappointed. Division just seem to have more songs that had a catchy guitar riff. Some of these new songs just seem to sound the same as the next. But I can't stress how much I do like "Shoot it out", "fix me", "waking up the ghost."
Buy the deluxe version!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Zang628 on August 31, 2010
Format: Audio CD
This isn't a bad 3rd Album. If I'm being honest it's not as good as i expected or hoped it would be but its still good. I picked up the Deluxe Edition because I thought 10 songs is too short, plus 10 Years is one of my favorite bands so the more songs the better. Their single "Shoot it Out" didn't really thrill me. I'm not a fan of screaming music but I new the whole cd wouldn't be like that. There are a couple songs that they scream but it is very little so i can tollerate it.

Overall this cd is not as good as Division and Autumn Effect. Division has been my favorite album, but this cd still has some good songs on it. Some of my favorites are: "Now is the Time," "Dead in the Water," "Fade Into (the Ocean)," and my favorite song on the cd is probably "Waking Up the Ghost." They have some other good songs on here like "The Wicked Ones" and "Chasing the Raptures" and a softer song "One More Day" but i think the ones above are the best.

I would recommend this cd to any 10 Years fan, it has a little bit different sound to it, it's a little edgier. But for the most part its a great album to own, the acoustic version of "Shoot it Out" is great, i prefer that to the regular version. Even if you are not a 10 Years fan you might like it because it is a little heavier and the sound is not like Division or Autumn Effect. Give it a try!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mjab on September 4, 2010
Format: Audio CD
10 Years has been a band that has been praised by being profound and at the same time very accesible. People may compare this band with Tool, A Perfect Circle, and Incubus but in this album I think it'll be more accurate to compare them with Chevelle.
Still, they've got their own innovations to music, the problem is that this album does'nt show much, that's why some say this album is a step back. With this album you'll get a more energetic 10 Years for sure, but being this heavy is not even new for them, listen to Killing All That Holds You; besides energetic is not necessarily heavier, in fact you won't find this "a lot more hardcore" than The Autumn Effect, not that I'm comparing cause between this, TAE and Division there's no comparision, same 10 Years but totally different "feels".
I personally enjoy very much "Shoot It Out", but not everyone will like it much for sure, but at least give "Now Is The Time" "Fix Me" "Dead In The Water" "Waking Up The Ghost" "Fade (Into The Ocean)" and both acoustic versions plus "Silhouette Of A Life" (which is found in KATHY) a try.

Very energetic album.
The "ballads" are pretty decent.
The deluxe edition makes the album complete with the bonus tracks unlike the standard edition which falls a lot short and make sure to get "I Blame You" another good b-side.

Backround screaming as KATHY, some will "dig it", some will not...

Lacking extensive tracks and the "interludes" which gave the album that extra something (Depth).
Sometimes to me this feels a little bit over-produced, sometimes it works but sometimes not.
Some songs sound rushed, you feel their potential but it never shows clearly. They could certaily done a lot better.

I gave solid 3 stars for the standard edition... The deluxe rates between 3.5 and 4 stars in my opinion.
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Right now on their website you can listen to the full cd... well the first three songs, and then if you share it on facebook and twitter you can listen to the entire thing.. From what I've heard so far, it's a solid cd and they definately haven't lost the 10 Years vibe. It still carries the... Read More
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