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Of Mice & Men met and exceeded all expectations with their early 2010 self-titled debut, selling over 35,000 copies in the first year. Their follow up album, The Flood, sold over 15,000 units in its first week. Of Mice & Men went in the studio with Cameron Webb (30 Seconds To Mars, Motorhead) to record 3 more tracks, which are the heaviest, most anthemic tracks to date. The additions to the album showcases the bands true maturation over another year of relentless touring and, while still giving kids the brutal breakdowns and catchy choruses they need to turn the live shows into a true experience.

Disc: 1
1. The Calm
2. The Storm
3. The Flood
4. The Depths
Disc: 2
1. O.G. Loko
2. Ben Threw
3. Let Live
4. Still Ydg'n
5. My Understandings
6. Ohioisonfire
7. Purified
8. Product Of A Murderer
9. Repeating Apologies
10. The Great Hendowski
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 24, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Rise Records
  • ASIN: B00864607E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,162 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Bdinicola on July 3, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Finally, after nearly a month I can say this album is by far, one of the best of 2011. Of Mice and Men's "The Flood" progresses far beyond its predecessor and shatters all expectations. I have had ample time to truly go in depth with the entire record and evaluate this "Monster," and believe me, it's a beast. OM&M's previous full length was one of the more stellar records to release in 2010. With emotional lyrics and impressive instrumentals, it was the total package. Enter "The Flood;" a 12 track headbanging, crowd jumping, adrenaline ride. But beneath its purpose to please large crowds, resides gripping songwriting, beautiful siging, daunting screams, unbelievable musicianship, and a palpable atmosphere. "The Flood" by far has more dramatic themes than the self titled, and are delivered on all cylinders. Austin has far outdone himself on this record. The raw, scathing vocals are just piercing. Too many times I was in disbelief of pace, length, and intensity (Ben Threw). His forceful lyrics are complimented by Shayley's emotional cleans. He can really pull on your heartstrings sometimes. Often times, the chorus's are the best parts of the songs, but arent dismissive of Austin's vocals. The songwriting is stronger, more organized, and a bit more cohesive. Just the pure aggression and sincerity between Austin and Shayley create the most influential dynamic I've witnessed in a long time. With an album name like "The Flood," OF&M have nailed the experience of being capsized and inching for air. The heirarchy of their themes progress throughout the entire album. Each song seems like a slight gasp, getting thinner and harder to breathe until the closing track. The further you listen, the more your overburdened by the weight of water(as a metaphor).Read more ›
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By yoo on June 17, 2011
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THEIR FIRST CD IS CRAP COMPARED TO THIS CD. I highly recommend if you love crazy breakdowns, dark guitar riffs, crazy drumming, beautiful vocal, and some of the most brutal screaming you ever. Theres really nothing more to say.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nikki on October 19, 2013
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They're music is amazing, Shayley's voice plus Austin's screaming is phenomenal. It sounds great on a record too. Good job dudes.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dash on July 7, 2011
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I'm not going to lie.

The state of metalcore is pretty pathetic nowadays. All the popular metalcore bands sound the same, and even worse, all their songs usually sound alike. It's almost depressing. Of Mice & Men wasn't an exception. I found their debut album to be bland and repetitive, sans a couple of good tracks. However, Of Mice & Men must have found something that clicked, because this album far surpasses their debut.

Before we go in to the songs, I have to go off the record for a minute and talk about 2 members of the band in particular who surprised me. Austin Carlile is one of the band's two vocalists, and he handles the screaming duties. A lot of screams in metalcore are generally starting to sound the same, but Carlile has a strong one that is easy to differentiate from others. He is very good at what he does and I, as well as a couple of friends, consider him to be one of the best screamers in metalcore.

As talented as Carlile is, however, bassist Shayley Bourget is equally, if not more talented. Boruget not only handles bass, but he is on clean vocal duty and does an incredible job at it. The man has some excellent pipes and he really puts them to good use in the album. Details on that later. So does Shayley Bourget = Geddy Lee? Not exactly, but he is a very skilled fellow that knows what he's doing.

The first three tracks create a fantastic opening trio. The album kicks off with "O.G. Loko". This song is the weakest of the 1st three, but that's not saying much at all. It starts immediately with heavy riffing and pounding drums. Austin Carlile's screams immediately get to work and you're immersed in a heavy metalcore track. This track would be slightly forgettable however, if it wasn't for Bourget's chorus.
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I bought this album a couple days and I love this album!! =) can't wait to get the restoring forces album next!!
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my daughter loved it she was so happy when she opened it,she is a huge fan of the group !!!!
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By harlowlori on January 3, 2014
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I bought this for my teenage daughter. She loved everything about it! Perfect, as usual ! Thank you Amazon for making my shopping so fast and easy!
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This album is the best! The songs have a great beat to them and you can really feel the music. Of Mice and Men did an awsome job on this record and for any of you metal heads or people that love screamo, this is the album for you. I loved it!
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