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|1. Leaderless and Self Enlisted|
|2. The Anthem of the Angry Brides|
|3. Deathbed Atheist|
|5. A Media Friendly Turn for the Worse|
|7. Blood Burner|
|8. High Noise Low Output|
|9. Falling From The Sky: Day Seven|
|10. Everlasting Tapeworm|
|12. The People That Surround You on a Regular Basis|
|13. Innocent Bystanders United (included secret track Oriental)|
It's hard to pick single out one song as my favorite because I like all of them on this album.
I feel like 'Meridional takes little bits of every previous album and makes a wholly new, completely epic album.
Not only are the riffs thrashy and technical, but they're also very "groove-ish" on this album.
Norma Jean has such a wide range in their sound. I really like this cd! It was a great choice.Published 15 months ago by Melissa Hunter
From beginning to finish this album rocks! This is a must purchase. Amazon delivered as scheduled and I also have the digital download to accompany my CD.Published on January 25, 2013 by John C. Trujillo
The vinyl arrived in great condition (shipped and sold by Amazon.com). This is a well-made set of two 180 gram black vinyl records. Read morePublished on December 23, 2010 by Jimmy
This is probably my favorite Norma Jean album now. I've listened to all of their albums except for "Bless the Martyr," and this one stands above all as their best. Read morePublished on August 29, 2010 by Holden Harris
I will be honest in that I have not been a faithful Norma Jean follower. I bought Bless The Child years ago because of "Memphis Will Be Laid To Waste" (like a lot of people did),... Read morePublished on August 18, 2010 by T. Gorrell
Most readers are likely aware of the legacy that Norma Jean has established.
Bless the Martyr does not need to be discussed, but the band continued on with great records even... Read more
Without a doubt "Meridional" is Norma Jean's masterpiece album. It's more melodic than "Anti-Mother" with about twice the intensity. Read morePublished on August 2, 2010 by Media Lover
I am generally not a fan of metal/metalcore, with the exception of a few key bands and albums. It's just a very watered down genre in general. Read morePublished on July 30, 2010 by Matt Poole