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Force Fed Lies Extra tracks, Import

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Editorial Reviews

Japanese edition scheduled to include one bonus track. 2009.

1. Self Medicate
2. Forever the Martyr
3. Force Fed Lies
4. Confession
5. Spit
6. New Disease
7. Last Goodbye
8. As I Walk
9. Inhuman
10. Stain of Humanity
11. Complacency
12. Eulogy [Bonus Track for Japan]

Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 22, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import
  • Label: Jvc Japan/Zoom
  • ASIN: B002HUQ29O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,667,764 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 14, 2009
Format: Audio CD
A couple of years ago I heard that Shaun Glass left Soil to pursue other options. Shortly after, I read that he started up his own band called Dirge. Having been a fan of Soil since Throttle Junkies, I was definitely curious to see what he had up his sleeve. So here it is, a few years and a "Within" later, Dirge Within emerge and unleash "Force Fed Lies"...one of the most exciting albums out this year.

"Self Medicate" starts this juggernaut off like an adrenaline shot to the heart. Immediately, I would compare Dirge Within's sound to Skinlab meets Nothingface (sprinkled with Devildriver and Machine Head), so you know it's sick, nasty heavy and will probably make Hot Topic kids run for their mommies. With thunderous drums and brutal guitars giving way to killer vocal runs and huge choruses, "Self Medicate" gives the listener a small taste of what's to come.

Songs like "Forever The Martyr" really show off the Nothingface side of the band. With really cool fast verses that quickly shift to cool off-timed choruses and slammin' bounce, Genske shows off his range and really shines on this track. He could definitely be the bastard child of Matt Holt (Nothingface), Steev Esquivel (Skinlab) and Dez Fafara (Devildriver)...you know, in some sick twisted medical experiment kinda way.

My favorite track on the album HAS to be "New Disease" because it could have come straight off of Machine Head's "Burn My Eyes." Eerie tones give way to egyption-esque solos that run you directly into the mouth of the beast. The song boasts big fat heavy grooves and nasty-as-hell harmonics that would even make Robb Flynn tear up. The verses sound like they could have come straight off of the Nothingface "Violent" album. This song is massive, nasty heavy and super groovy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. M. Gillum on November 16, 2009
Format: Audio CD
In the Metal universe there is one rule of thumb that normally proves true; the second album defines the bands future. After hearing Force Fed Lies a few times I am anxious to hear the next release and to see if this rule holds water with the mighty Dirge Within. Only just formed in 2007, DW hail's from Chicago and blends Modern Thrash with Hradcore/Metalcore flawlessly.

Guitarist Shaun Glass formerly of SOiL steals the show with some inspiring leads and a barrage of superb solo's. To delve into the album we journey into the depths of my favorite two track's, first off is the chaotic 'New Disease'. The song fades in with some tranquil acoustics backed by expertly handled cymbal work by drummer Jimmy Knight then leads kick in high and grandiose, classic Thrash opener. Then just when you think you've heard the songs intro you've been had..

One minute in the chords strike and then a long held note and a flurry of riffing, pummeling drums and soon the deep shouts of vocalist Jerms Genske. The song's chorus has an eerie chanting that adds a bit of atmosphere but doesn't pull from the gritty heaviness that ends with a bit of tranquil acoustics just as it began. This song happens to lead into my favorite track on the album 'Last Goodbye'.

The track fades in and as the listener you are bombarded by classic Thrash riffs and soon the double bass kicks in and then some more face melting leads. The reason I adore this song so much as it is extremely energetic and to the point but most of all due to the amazing and very fast solo towards the end of the track, the best on the album in my opinion.

When all is said and done I have to admit I am fairly impressed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Wonderham on October 5, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Force Fed Lies is an amazing debut album, this is an album to have. I love this album start to finish. I can't stop playing this album. There isn't one song on this album I don't like. I hope Dirge Within is around for many years to come. This is a band that was needed. This is one of my favorite albums of 2009, just based off of the first time I listed to this album, that is how great this album is. I hope Dirge Within makes it all the way to the top where they should be. I already can't wait for another album by them, that's how great this band is. If you don't buy this album you're really missing out on great music, and one of the best ten albums of the year.
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By Sean Smith on February 16, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Force Fed Lies by Dirge Within is an album that once you start, you let it play through to the end. These guys really know how to deliver metal with a purpose. I'm happy to say that after purchasing this album, I went and researched the history of these guys and thought "where have they been all my life?" I hope they can do the same for you.

Let's break this down a little bit here. The album starts off with a solid track entitled "Self Medicate" . The song is a great show of their range in styles. The brutal vocals combined with grooving thrash guitars show the harshness. But when the hook comes in, you get sucked into a melodic vocal range of Jerms and you realize this band has a few sides to 'em. Then when you hit the bridge, you see another side. A grooving bass line that brings you into a solo that show's off the virtuoso styles of Matt Szlachta and Shaun Glass. This song is the perfect start to an album - a great introduction track.

Next up we have the first single, "Forever The Martyr". Usually the lead single is the first you hear from a band, and not a band first song to hear either. This song has a very thrashy beginning with brutal vocals that remind you of something you might hear from bands like All That Remains. The hook on this song is powerful, with lyrics that leave you humming along long after the song is done. A great track, will please anyone that is a fan of the genre, regardless if you like them or not.

The rest of the album goes on, and I won't give you a song by song description. But I will tell you that these guys know exactly what they are doing. They have heaviness down to a science. The mixture of brutality with melody is graceful and full of pride as song by song goes by and you can headbang AND sing along with it.
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